# Richard G. Palmer

## Professor Emeritus

## Details

** Ground states for Large Samples of Two-Dimensional Ising Spin Glasses
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Intl J. Mod. Phys. C
(1999)

** Time Series Properties of an Artificial Stock Market
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J. Econ. Dynamics and Control
(1999)

** Cumulative effects model: a response to Williams (1994)
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Psychol Rev
(1994)

** Characterizing effective trading strategies. Insights from a computerized double auction tournament
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Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control
(1994)

** Artificial economic life: a simple model of a stockmarket
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Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena
(1994)

** The process of recurrent choice.
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Psychol Rev
(1993)

** Simulation of a toy model with constrained dynamics
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Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General
(1990)

** Simulation of a toy model with constrained dynamics
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Journal Of Physics A-mathematical And General
(1990)

** ESCAPE OVER A FLUCTUATING BARRIER - THE WHITE NOISE LIMIT
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JOURNAL OF PHYSICS A-MATHEMATICAL AND GENERAL
(1990)

** Escape over a fluctuating barrier - the white noise limit
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Journal Of Physics A-mathematical And General
(1990)

Professor Richard G. Palmer is currently working on theories of statistical mechanics. He is interested in the application and development of statistical physics methods for many types of complex systems, including glasses and spin glasses, neural networks, genetic algorithms, and economic markets. The long-term goal of his work is to establish firm theoretical foundations for understanding the emergence of structure, complexity, and computational ability in driven systems of interacting adaptive components. He is also author of two books on the theory of neural networks and on the theory of extinction.

**Education:**

Ph.D. - University of Cambridge (UK)

**1986**Fellowship, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

**1986**Guggenheim Fellowship

**1980**Duke Endowment Award for Excellence in Teaching, Duke

**1979**Alfred P Sloan Fellowship

**1971**Lord Kelvin Research Fellowship, Peterhouse, Cambridge Univ