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An autonomous performance control framework for Distributed Multi-Agent Systems: a queueing theory based approach

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An autonomous performance control framework for Distributed Multi-Agent Systems: a queueing theory based approach
Distributed Multi-Agent Systems (DMAS) such as supply chains functioning in highly dynamic environments need to achieve maximum overall utility during operation. The utility from maintaining performance is an important component of their survivability. This utility is often met by identifying trade-offs between quality of service and performance. To adaptively choose the operational settings for better utility, we propose an autonomous and scalable queueing theory based methodology to control the performance of a hierarchical network of distributed agents. Categories and Subject Descriptors C.4 [Performance of Systems]: Design studies, modeling techniques, performance attributes General Terms Performance Keywords Multi-Agent Systems, Survivability, Queueing Models
Nathan Gnanasambandam, Seokcheon Lee, Soundar R. T
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ATAL
Authors Nathan Gnanasambandam, Seokcheon Lee, Soundar R. T. Kumara
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