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Computer Science

Analytical Agent Technology for Complex and Dynamically Evolving Environments

Abstract

The importance of simulation environments stretches throughout the academic and corporate hemisphere as they have dealings in not only aeronautics, electronics, and chemistry, but also biology, and physicist. All these different industries rely heavily on simulators in order to better understand and validate the numerous theories that help to explain the complex and dynamic systems. The purpose of this project is investigating of simulation agent-based paradigm for designing and developing frameworks that potentially focuses on monitoring of the systems. Within this research, the use of multi-agent simulators and multi modeling agents will offer a new perspective that can be used to address the evolving complex and dynamic systems that will differ from the explanation through mathematical equations. The techniques created will be devised in developing multi-agent simulators that have the ability to track the dynamic evolving system simulated.

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Psychology

Effects of teenage drinking on their behavior, health, family and society

Introduction

Teenagers who consume alcoholic beverages on a regular basis place themselves in grave danger for many reasons. When they make the decision to get behind the wheel of a car, they place themselves and others in their path in grave danger. There is also a serious risk of addiction for many teens who consume these beverages consistently. In addition, this behavior may be a negative influence on the teenager and his or her family, health, and social surroundings. Therefore, the impact of teenage drinking on this population group must be addressed in greater detail in order to identify the specific areas where teenagers may experience negative consequences as a result of this continued behavior. The following discussion will consider how teenage drinking as a social problem with severe and debilitating consequences for this population group and the surrounding environment.

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Psychology

Environment, History, and Contradictions: Defining Italian Culture

Introduction

It is reasonable to argue that, at least to a certain extent, the physical and natural environment of an area influences the culture developing within it.  On a pragmatic level, cultural factors ranging from apparel to the design of residences and commercial sites are greatly affected by climate and landscape.  Commerce itself, which must powerfully shape the surrounding culture, is also profoundly linked to the environment, as in those societies evolving as agricultural or dependent on coastal activities.  Then, and perhaps less overtly, the natural environment shapes the population as well.  Certainly, history provides ample evidence that people from southern regions create cultures different from their northern counterparts, even within a shared country.  Terrain and climate aside, there is no disputing that just where a country lies, and what geographic differences are within it, must profoundly effect how its culture develops.