Evaluating Multi-agent System Architectures: A Case Study Concerning Dynamic Resource Allocation

@inproceedings{Davidsson2002EvaluatingMS,
  title={Evaluating Multi-agent System Architectures: A Case Study Concerning Dynamic Resource Allocation},
  author={Paul Davidsson and Stefan J. Johansson},
  booktitle={ESAW},
  year={2002}
}
Much effort has been spent on suggesting and implementing new architectures of Multi-Agent Systems. However, we believe the time has come to compare and evaluate these architectures in a more systematic way. Rather than just studying a particular application, we suggest that more general problem domains corresponding to sets of applications should be studied. Similarly, we argue that it is more useful to study the properties of classes of multi-agent system architectures than particular… CONTINUE READING

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