Diagram: Power Laws

Power Laws

CAS tend to self-organize to a critical state, where the distributions of agents relative to their impact on the system follows a power-law distribution.

This distribution is characterized by a small number of configurations attracting a high amount of energy. Sometimes referred to as the '80/20' rule, it implies behavior where 20 percent of the system is responsible for 80 percent of the system's productivity. 


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