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GECCO
2008
Springer
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13 years 7 months ago
Self-managing agents for dynamic scheduling in manufacturing
The main purpose of this paper is to propose a Multi-Agent Autonomic and Bio-Inspired based framework with selfmanaging capabilities to solve complex scheduling problems using coo...
Ana Madureira, Filipe Santos, Ivo Pereira
MAAMAW
1994
Springer
13 years 10 months ago
A Multi-Agent Approach to Dynamic, Adaptive Scheduling of Material Flow
Advanced manufacturing control still remains an important topic in current research. Especially aspects of dynamics and of failures in the production process are insufficiently ta...
Stefan Bussmann
ATAL
2005
Springer
14 years 18 hour ago
AgentSteel: an agent-based online system for the planning and observation of steel production
The steel production of the German company Saarstahl AG, a global respected steel manufacturer, represents a Supply Chain which comprehends several time-critical and highly interf...
Sven Jacobi, Cristián Madrigal-Mora, Esteba...
AAAI
2007
13 years 8 months ago
MasDISPO: A Multiagent Decision Support System for Steel Production and Control
In the majority of cases, steel production constitutes the inception of the Supply Chains they are involved just as in automotive clusters or aerospace. Steel manufacturing compan...
Sven Jacobi, Esteban León-Soto, Cristi&aacu...