Here’s a recent co-authored book from Christian List. CL is probably the leading theorist in this area and one of the best philosophers around who, not so long ago, was not affiliated with a philosophy department (I see that he now has a joint appointment with the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method). How…
The themed October 2010 issue of EPISTEME is freely available for download.
Coherence with concept and algorithm A network bridge which connects multiple points on ground and a subway station. The circulation, structure and enclosure are based on stigmergy algorithm operated on three different scales. Arguments based on stigmergy Articulation of materialization is achieved by orienting components to structure and enclosure “pheromone”. The components gradually change size…
Check out this new paper from Swarm Intelligence.
Here are some terrific stigmergic simulations by architectural student Yang Chenghan that I chanced across: The first is a 3D simulation deploying 45-70 agents (source code) The second a 2D simulation deploying 20-30 agents (source code) Here are some great synthetic stigmergic stills Yang has created.
My collaborator Marge Doyle and I have set up a LinkedIn group for the many academic disciplines that now have an interest in stigmergy. Go to LinkedIn and search LinkedIn groups for “stigmergy.”
Here is the latest issue of EPISTEME guest edited by K. Brad Wray.
The publisher of the relatively new journal Swarm Intelligence has made all content freely accessible. I’m not sure how long this offer is good for but it’s an opportunity to sample some of the best work being done in this field. Of course, the editorial board is a “Whose Who” of swarm theorists.
Here is an article (admittedly a few years old) and some accompanying photographs from National Geographic.
Poet Tim Kahl reads a poem of his entitled “Stigmergy.”