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Adi Shavit

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  • Hi, In converting a payoff matrix to a Petri net we need a way to represent the actions of 2 players simultaneously and independently. In the slides I suggested 2 different mappings. In the 1st and 3rd slides, I split each transition/behavior into…
  • Hi John, I took a course about evolutionary game theory back in University, and it was one of my favorite courses :-). Have you seen the Petri net diagrams I made here? Your description seems more general than what I suggested. The model I show…
  • Hi John, Yes, after posting I continued digging around the blog and web-site and found the extended information geometry series up-to Part 13 (I think the correct link is here). I was looking for the Network Theory connection, thinking I've just …
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  • I think this is the correct link: http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/math_of_the_environment/planet.pdf
  • Hi Nadia! Nice to meet you. Warm regards, Adi
  • Hi John, I've been following your blog and G+ posts for quite a while. I'm always amazed by the productivity and insights. I look forward to keep learning new things. I've done some machine-learning over the years so hopefully I'll be able to contr…
  • Hi David, It's nice meeting you as well. With the increasing computational power of cheap devices, the ubiquity of digital cameras, and increasing connectivity (e.g. think cellular smartphones - for all 3 counts) I think that vision (my short-hand f…