Principles for Dynamic Multi-agent Organizations

@inproceedings{Mathieu2002PrinciplesFD,
  title={Principles for Dynamic Multi-agent Organizations},
  author={Philippe Mathieu and Jean-Christophe Routier and Yann Secq},
  booktitle={PRIMA},
  year={2002}
}
Many models of organizations for multi-agent systems have been proposed so far. However the complexity implied by the design of social organizations in a given multi-agent system is often not mentioned. Too little has been said about rules that must be applied to build the architecture of acquaintances between agents. Moreover, tools for managing the dynamic evolution of organizations are seldom provided in current framework propositions. In this paper we discuss self-adaptation of… CONTINUE READING

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