Self-Organisation and Emergence in MAS: An Overview

  title={Self-Organisation and Emergence in MAS: An Overview},
  author={Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo and Marie Pierre Gleizes and Anthony Karageorgos},
  journal={Informatica (Slovenia)},
The spread of the Internet and the evolution of mobile communication, have created new possibilities for software applications such as ubiquitous computing, dynamic supply chains and medical home care. Such systems need to operate in dynamic, heterogeneous environments and face the challenge of handling frequently changing requirements; therefore they must be flexible, robust and capable of adapting to the circumstances. It is widely believed that multi-agent systems coordinated by… CONTINUE READING
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