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|Title:||Computational Intelligence in Economics and Finance:Carrying on the Legacy of Herbert Simon|
|Keywords:||Computational intelligence;Artificial intelligence;Agent-based computational economics;Autonomous agents;Stock price-volume relation;Micro-macro relation|
|Issue Date:||2009-01-09 12:14:29 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||This is an editorial guide for the special issue on computational intelligence (CI) in economics and finance. A historical introduction to the background is given. This research paradigm is traced back to Herbert Simon, who, as a founder of artificial intelligence, pioneered the applications of AI to economics. The move from the classical AI to CI indicates a continuation of the legacy of Herbert Simon. Computational intelligence has proved to be a constructive foundation for economics. In responding to what Herbert Simon referred as procedural rationality, our study of bounded rationality has been enriched by bringing autonomous agents into the economic analysis.|
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