Subject: [ INFO.INFO-MA ] Computer Science [cs]/Multiagent Systems [cs.MA] | [ INFO.INFO-MO ] Computer Science [cs]/Modeling and Simulation
International audience; This paper presents a multiagent-based model of insect development on a dead body and a three layers Decision Support System architecture able to perform retrodictive (abductive) reasoning from multiagent-based models or more generally, complex s... View more
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