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RE: [xml-dev] The Best Technologies Don't Win


While this is a warehousing simulation using multi-agent cooperation,
consider that RFPs are resources being dropped into the environment (a
market) and that offerors by virtue of current ability to match
requirements and/or current development load are proximate to the cell
into which a resource is dropped.  Then substitute competition.

<aside>You can model this sort of thing using X3D, proximity sensors,
and local object interpreters.</aside>

In the real organic world potentials include 'lies, forgery, deals,
hidden agendas', and so through the noise that purposeful/intensional
systems introduce. Look at the model in terms of the intelligence of the
environment which might include some form of global reputation


From: Bullard, Claude L (Len) 

> How does energy become a function of marketing?

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