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Study on Enterprise Cooperative Technology Innovation

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This paper studies on the components of cooperative technology innovation. By constructing the cooperative technology innovation model based on Multi-Agent, we examine the mutual effects mechanism of technology spillover in cooperation and enterprises' innovation competence. We present the simulation models and examine the validity of model. We conclude that enterprises' innovation competence increased by the level of cooperation technology spillover in Multi-Agent cooperation system. We also conclude that the credit mechanism can impel the technology spillover and enhance the innovation competence of the cooperation system.

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Service Systems and Service Management, 2007 International Conference on

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9-11 June 2007

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