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A Case Study on Availability of Sensor Data in Agent Cooperation

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A Case Study on Availability of Sensor Data in Agent Cooperation
Abstract Multi-agent cooperation can in several cases be used in order to mitigate problems relating to task sharing within physical processes. In this paper we apply agent based solutions to a class of problems defined by their property of being predictable from a macroscopic perspective while being highly stochastic when viewed at a microscopic level. These characteristic properties can be found in several industrial processes and applications, e.g. within the energy market where the production and distribution of electricity follow this pattern. We evaluate and compare the performance of the agent system in three different scenarios, and for each such scenario it is shown to what degree the optimization system is dependent on the level of availability of sensor data.
Christian Johansson, Fredrik Wernstedt, Paul David
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IDC
Authors Christian Johansson, Fredrik Wernstedt, Paul Davidsson
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