An important issue in many multiagent systems is the way in which agents can be coordinated in order to perform different roles. This paper proposes a method by which the agents can self-organize based on the changes of their individual utilities. We assume that the tasks given to the agents have a number of attributes and complexity levels, and that the… (More)
—Data Mining is the process of extraction of interesting (non-trivial, implicit, previously unknown and potentially useful) information or patterns from data in large databases. Agents are defined as software or hardware entities that perform some set of tasks on behalf of users with some degree of autonomy. In order to work for somebody as an assistant, an… (More)
This paper aims at designing some data mining methods of evaluating the seismic vulnerability of regions in the built infrastructure. A supervised clustering methodology is employed, based on k-nearest neighbor graphs. Unlike other classification algorithms, the method has the advantage of taking into account any distribution of training instances and also… (More)
Load balancing is a classical problem from the beginning of parallel computing and further in distributed systems design. This is a NP-complete problem. The aim of this paper is to present a new heuristic approach in assuring an optimal load balancing into a local computer network using cognitive behavioral modeling.
In this paper, we discuss the main issues concerning e-learning and its advantages over traditional instruction. We present a few possible implementation approaches and insist on the use of intelligent agents for e-learning. We propose a framework of intelligent agents with BDI architecture that can search server knowledge bases in order to investigate the… (More)
Research in cognitive psychology demonstrated that human knowledge is mostly stored by the connections between neurons rather than in the nervous cells themselves. The attempt to model such an idea leads to an interactive network, where information is represented by some set of neuromimetic descriptors. These descriptors can be either objectual or… (More)