Decision support for traffic management based on organisational and communicative multiagent abstractions

@inproceedings{Ossowski2005DecisionSF,
  title={Decision support for traffic management based on organisational and communicative multiagent abstractions},
  author={Sascha Ossowski and Josefa Z. Hern{\'a}ndez and M. M. Belmonte and Alberto Fern{\'a}ndez and Ana Garcı́a-Serrano and Jos{\'e}-Luı́s P{\'e}rez-de-la-Cruz and J. Garcı́a Serrano and Francisco Triguero},
  year={2005}
}
Modern decision support systems (DSS) not only store large amounts of decision-relevant data, but also aim at assisting decision-makers to explore the meaning of that data, and to take decisions based on understanding. In transportation domains, a multiagent approach to the construction of DSS is becoming increasingly popular, because it does not only reduce design complexity, but it also adequately supports a dialogue-based stance on decision support interactions. However, despite recent… CONTINUE READING
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