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Multiagent systems for cardiac pacing simulation and control

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Multiagent systems for cardiac pacing simulation and control
Abstract. Simulating and controlling physiological phenomena are complex tasks to tackle. This is due to the fact that physiological processes are usually described by a set of partial models representing specific aspects of the phenomena and their adoption does not allow the achievement of an effective simulation/control system. A current open issue is the development of techniques able to comprehensively describe a phenomenon exploiting partial models. Simulation and control heavily rely on accurate modelling of physiological systems. In addition, since a large number of partial models of a single physiological phenomenon have been proposed over the years, the evaluation of their effectiveness and of their combinations is a fundamental task. In this paper we propose a multiagent paradigm, called anthropic agency, as a flexible tool to support and evaluate the combination of partial models embedded in agents. We present an agent negotiation paradigm, that improves the one we employed ...
Francesco Amigoni, Alessandro Beda, Nicola Gatti
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Type Journal
Year 2005
Where AICOM
Authors Francesco Amigoni, Alessandro Beda, Nicola Gatti
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