MetrIntPair—A Novel Accurate Metric for the Comparison of Two Cooperative Multiagent Systems Intelligence Based on Paired Intelligence Measurements

@article{Iantovics2018MetrIntPairANA,
  title={MetrIntPair—A Novel Accurate Metric for the Comparison of Two Cooperative Multiagent Systems Intelligence Based on Paired Intelligence Measurements},
  author={L{\'a}szl{\'o} Barna Iantovics and Corina Rotar and Muaz A. Niazi},
  journal={International Journal of Intelligent Systems},
  year={2018},
  volume={33}
}
In this paper, we propose a novel metric called MetrIntPair (Metric for Pairwise Intelligence Comparison of Agent‐Based Systems) for comparison of two cooperative multiagent systems problem‐solving intelligence. MetrIntPair is able to make an accurate comparison by taking into consideration the variability in intelligence in problem‐solving. The metric could treat the outlier intelligence indicators, intelligence measures that are statistically different from those others. For evaluation of the… 
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