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Test and Evaluation Framework for Multi-Agent Systems of Autonomous Intelligent Agents

@article{Lanus2021TestAE,
  title={Test and Evaluation Framework for Multi-Agent Systems of Autonomous Intelligent Agents},
  author={Erin Lanus and I. Hernandez and Adam Dachowicz and Laura Freeman and Melanie L. Grande and Andrew Lang and J. Panchal and Anthony Patrick and Scott Welch},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.10430}
}
Test and evaluation is a necessary process for ensuring that engineered systems perform as intended under a variety of conditions, both expected and unexpected. In this work, we consider the unique challenges of developing a unifying test and evaluation framework for complex ensembles of cyber-physical systems with embedded artificial intelligence. We propose a framework that incorporates test and evaluation throughout not only the development life cycle, but continues into operation as the… Expand

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