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Convergence at prominent agents: a non-flat synchronization model of situated multi-agents

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Convergence at prominent agents: a non-flat synchronization model of situated multi-agents
This paper presents a novel non-flat synchronization model where the synchronization capacity of each agent is different regarding its social rank and strategy dominance. In the presented model, the prominent agents may have higher synchronization forces, and finally the collective synchronization results may incline to converge at such prominent agents' strategies, which is called prominence convergence in collective synchronization and proved by our experimental results. The presented model can well match the peculiarities of real multi-agent societies where each agent plays a different role in the synchronization, and make up the restrictions of related benchmark works that only concerned about the flat synchronization. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.2.11 [Distributed Artificial Intelligence]: Multiagent Systems. General Terms Theory, Design, Performance. Keywords Multiagents, Collective Synchronization, Convergence, Prominence, Field Situated Agents.
Jiuchuan Jiang, Yichuan Jiang
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Updated 12 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ATAL
Authors Jiuchuan Jiang, Yichuan Jiang
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