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2005
Springer

Cognitive Agents for Sense and Respond Logistics

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Cognitive Agents for Sense and Respond Logistics
We present a novel cognitive agent architecture and demonstrate its effectiveness in the Sense and Respond Logistics (SRL) domain. Effective applications to support SRL must anticipate and adapt to emerging situations and other dynamic military operations. SRL transforms the static, hierarchical architectures of traditional military models into re-configurable networks designed to encourage coordination among small peer units. Multi-agent systems are ideal for SRL because they can provide valuable automation and decision support from low-level control to high-level information synchronization. In particular, agents can be aware of and adapt to changes in the environment that may affect control and decision making. Our architecture, the Engine for Composable Logical Agents with Intuitive Reorganization (ECLAIR) is based on cognitive theories for motivation and adaptation [6, 13, 21]. Agents respond to external stimuli and internal perception of wellbeing. In normal situations they act...
Kshanti A. Greene, David G. Cooper, Anna L. Buczak
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where DAMAS
Authors Kshanti A. Greene, David G. Cooper, Anna L. Buczak, Michael Czajkowski, Jeffrey L. Vagle, Martin O. Hofmann
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