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By R. G. G. Cattell (auth.), Carole Goble, John Keane (eds.)

This quantity provides the complaints of the thirteenth British nationwide convention on Databases, BNCOD thirteen, held in Manchester, united kingdom in July 1995.
The quantity includes 2 invited contributions and 14 complete revised technical papers chosen from a complete of sixty four submissions. The papers are geared up in sections on useful databases, person interfaces, system-level algorithms, queries and transactions, and parallel and federated platforms. even though BNCOD is a countrywide occasion there's powerful overseas illustration within the proceedings.

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Albrecht and M. Lübcke Fig. 3. Reduced graph of the communicative network‚ showing blocks of agents with structurally equivalent relations. ‚ all agents in block 9 are isolated in the flow of communication Blocks 3‚ 4‚ 7 and 8 form the core of the reduced graph. They maintain mutual relationships with each other and are connected to most of the other blocks. Block 3 and 4 are in an even more important position because they are the only ones in the network receiving referrals from block 2 or 6. The importance of the blocks in the reduced graph can be derived from the centrality scores.

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We will introduce this exact relation between the designer of the experiment and its participant (agent). The information the agent uses to update its choice machinery may or not be related to the information the designer is interested in observing. And the performance measures of agents and societies may or not, correspondingly, be related to the evaluation measures of experiments. But remember the discussion in the beginning of this paper, neither ones are the perfect measures. 4 Two Answers In this section we will present two different answers for the problem of analysing (and afterwards, generalising) the results of the experimentation, which we have already argued to have quite a strong connection to the problem of improving the agents performance as a result of evaluation of the previous choices.

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