Security in Multi-Agent Systems

@inproceedings{Borselius2002SecurityIM,
  title={Security in Multi-Agent Systems},
  author={Niklas Borselius},
  year={2002}
}
The agent paradigm appears promising and much research has been devoted to it during the last decade. In this paper we consider security issues that need to be addressed before multi-agent systems can be a viable solution for a broad range of commercial applications. We do this through considering the implications of the characteristics given to agents and general properties of open multi-agent systems. We then look at some past and present work that addresses security issues of multi-agent… CONTINUE READING

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