Actor model and method of evolutionary coordination of decisionsоn

Roman Mirackmedov, Vladislav Protasov


An actor model is presented that explains the      effects of increasing the intellectual power of a group of actors compared to a single actor and significantly reducing the likelihood of erroneous decisions when using the evolutionary coordination method. A theorem confirming this effect is formulated and proven. Definitions are given and mathematical expressions are obtained for calculating intellectual power in mathematically based units using an absolute measurement scale. The results of computer modeling of the decision-making process are presented. Agreement with the theoretical model was obtained. Conclusions are drawn regarding the conditions under which it is possible for an actor of the first rank to obtain a correct decision with a probability of an erroneous decision below a predetermined small value.

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