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Title: Multi-agent communication
Authors: Wee, Phie Lip.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: Multi-Agent System (MAS) is a system that composes of many agents interacting collectively to resolve problems and where it is difficult or nearly impossible for a single agent to resolve [1]. These systems can then apply in distributed control, distributed resource management, optimization, and electronic marketplaces [1]. It enhances the overall system performance, specifically along the dimensions of computational efficiency, reliability, extensibility etc. An agent(s) can be referred as a component of software and/or hardware, and are autonomous, co-operative, and able to learn things among themselves [3]. In agent technology, autonomy; referred to as a condition, in which a single agent(s) are able to perform a given task without direct the intervention of human or other agent(s). Generally, agent(s) can a both reactive (selfawareness) and proactive (goal oriented), and are able to communicate with each other to form collaboration within each other to perform certain task should the need arise.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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