The paper presents Situated Cellular Agents (SCA), systems of reactive agents that are heterogeneous and populate a structured environment. The structure of this environment is defined as a non-uniform network of sites in which agents are situated. The behavior of SCA agents (i.e. change of state and position) is influenced by states and types of agents that are situated in adjacent and at-a-distance sites. After an outline of SCA approach and its main applications, the paper introduces an ongoing project to develop a tool to support the development and execution of SCA applications

Bandini, S., Manzoni, S., & Simone, C. (2005). Supporting the application of Situated Cellular Agents in non-uniform spaces. FUTURE GENERATION COMPUTER SYSTEMS, 21(5), 627-631 [10.1016/j.future.2004.05.002].

Supporting the application of Situated Cellular Agents in non-uniform spaces

BANDINI, STEFANIA;MANZONI, SARA LUCIA;SIMONE, CARLA
2005-05

Abstract

The paper presents Situated Cellular Agents (SCA), systems of reactive agents that are heterogeneous and populate a structured environment. The structure of this environment is defined as a non-uniform network of sites in which agents are situated. The behavior of SCA agents (i.e. change of state and position) is influenced by states and types of agents that are situated in adjacent and at-a-distance sites. After an outline of SCA approach and its main applications, the paper introduces an ongoing project to develop a tool to support the development and execution of SCA applications
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multi agent systems; MAS-based modelling; structured environment; development environment
English
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Bandini, S., Manzoni, S., & Simone, C. (2005). Supporting the application of Situated Cellular Agents in non-uniform spaces. FUTURE GENERATION COMPUTER SYSTEMS, 21(5), 627-631 [10.1016/j.future.2004.05.002].
Bandini, S; Manzoni, S; Simone, C
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