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Emergent behaviours are often characterised by the recurrent and recognizable events observable in a system's macro-scale environment, which result from simple local interactions between system components. Such interactions are governed by simple rule sets, which lead to complex higher-level global behaviour. Hence, engineering emergence is a necessarily(More)
This chapter presents a meta-model of information systems as a foundation for the methodology of caste-centric agent-oriented software development, which is suitable for applications on the Internet/Web platform and the utilization of mobile computing devices. In the model, the basic elements are agents classified into a number of castes. Agents are defined(More)
—In this paper, we focus on the radio resource management (RRM) in heterogeneous networks with orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA), and aim to maximize the system sum-rate and meet quality of service (QoS) requirements under the proportional fairness constraint of user rates. The previously proposed resource allocation schemes, which do(More)
This paper addresses the design of a consensus-based asynchronous H<sub>&#x221E;</sub> filter for a class of nonlinear discrete-time systems over a sensor network with switching topology. The filter structure includes both measurement update terms and a consensus term on the state estimates, and it is assumed to be asynchronously switched with the network(More)
—This paper models compact MIMO system recurring to microwave network. theory. Using scattering parameter matrix (S-Matrix), it analyses the ability of suppressing mutual coupling effect and power exporting ability of compact MIMO antenna arrays. Simulations have been done on four different types of antenna arrays which respectively are parallel double(More)
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