Negotiation mechanism for self-organized scheduling system with collective intelligence

@article{Madureira2014NegotiationMF,
  title={Negotiation mechanism for self-organized scheduling system with collective intelligence},
  author={Ana Madureira and Ivo Pereira and P. Pereira and Ajith Abraham},
  journal={Neurocomputing},
  year={2014},
  volume={132},
  pages={97-110}
}
Current Manufacturing Systems challenges due to international economic crisis, market globalization and e-business trends, incites the development of intelligent systems to support decision making, which allows managers to concentrate on high-level tasks management while improving decision response and effectiveness towards manufacturing agility. This paper presents a novel negotiation mechanism for dynamic scheduling based on social and collective intelligence. Under the proposed negotiation… CONTINUE READING
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