Pietro Terna is Associate Professor of Mathematical Economics and of Economic Dynamics at the University of Torino, Italy. He was previously
external Professor of Mathematics for economics and Associate Professor of Mathematics for economics. His recent publications include:
Dipartimento di Scienze economiche e finanziarie,
- P.Terna (1991), Labour, Consumption and Family Assets: A Neural Network Learning from Its Own Cross-Targets, in Kohonen T., M‹kisara K., Simula O., Kangas J. (eds), Artificial Neural Networks, Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland).
- P.Terna (1992), Microeconomic Experiments by Neural Networks, in I. Aleksander, J. Taylor (eds), Artificial Neural Networks, 2, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland).
- P.Terna (1993), Randomness, Imitation or Reason to Explain Agents' Behaviour into an Artificial Stock Market, in Advances in Artificial Intelligence (ed P.Torasso), Springer, Berlin.
- A.Beltratti, S.Margarita, P.Terna (1996), Neural Networks for Economic and Financial Modelling. Thomson-ITCP, London.
- P.Terna (1997), A Laboratory for Agent Based Computational Economics: The Self-development of Consistency in Agents' Behaviour, in R. Conte, R. Hegselmann, P. Terna (eds.), Simulating Social Phenomena. Springer, Berlin.
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