Polymorphic Self-* Agents for Stigmergic Fault Mitigation in Large-Scale Real-Time Embedded Systems

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Messie, Derek; Oh, Jae C.;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Multiagent Systems | Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence

Organization and coordination of agents within large-scale, complex, distributed environments is one of the primary challenges in the field of multi-agent systems. A lot of interest has surfaced recently around self-* (self-organizing, self-managing, self-optimizing, se... View more
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