Jon Rowe

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Jon Rowe’s research interests cover evolutionary computation, multi-agent systems, artificial life and other complex adaptive systems. He also has interests in the theory of evolutionary computation and genetic algorithms and the extension of this theory to arbitrary domains. Elsewhere, he is interested in the evolution of co-operation and emergent computation in multi-agent models, as well as the use of such systems to model complex organisations and social systems.

20002022

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Evolutionary computation, multi-agent systems, artificial life and other complex adaptive systems. Theory of evolutionary computation and genetic algorithms. The extension of this theory to arbitrary domains. Evolution of co-operation and emergent computation in multi-agent models. The use of such systems to model complex organisations and social systems.

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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