Infrastructure for Design, Deployment and Experimentation of Distributed Agent-based Systems: The Requirements, The Technologies, and An Example

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This paper discusses infrastructure for design, development, and experimentation of multi-agent systems. Multi-agent system design requires determining (1) how domain requirements drive the use of agents and AI techniques, (2) what competencies agents need in a MAS, and (3) which techniques implement those competencies. Deployment requirements include code… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1024124804035

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@article{Barber2003InfrastructureFD, title={Infrastructure for Design, Deployment and Experimentation of Distributed Agent-based Systems: The Requirements, The Technologies, and An Example}, author={K. Suzanne Barber and Anuj Goel and David C. Han and Joonee Kim and Dung N. Lam and Tse-Hsin Liu and Matthew T. MacMahon and Cheryl E. Martin and Ryan McKay}, journal={Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems}, year={2003}, volume={7}, pages={49-69} }