/Simple Rules

The idea of simple rules refers to the premise in complexity theory that complex phenomena can be the product of simple rules. Empirically many complex systems emerge out of the interaction between agents acting under relatively simple rules, examples being ant colonies, traffic jams or bird flocking patterns.

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