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By Quan Bai, Naoki Fukuta

Multi-Agent process (MAS) is an exhilarating, rising paradigm anticipated to play a key position in lots of society-changing practices. The foreign convention on rules and perform of Multi-Agent platforms (PRIMA) is a number one medical convention for study on clever agent platforms and multi-agent platforms, attracting top of the range, state of the art learn from around the globe. PRIMA’09 used to be the twelfth within the sequence of PRIMA meetings and used to be held in Nagoya, Japan. Beside a single-track major convention, PRIMA’09 additionally integrated a few workshops that have been designed to supply a discussion board for researchers and practitioners to give and trade the most recent advancements on the MAS frontier. This booklet constitutes the post-proceedings of workshops lower than PRIMA’09. Readers may be capable of discover a various diversity of themes and unique discussions concerning a couple of vital topics in our ever altering international. This assortment performs a huge position in bridging the space among MAS thought and perform. It emphasizes the significance of MAS within the study and improvement of shrewdpermanent strength grid platforms, selection aid platforms, optimization and research structures for street site visitors and markets, environmental tracking and simulation, and in lots of different real-world functions and announces and extends MAS expertise to many domain names during this fast paced info age.

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Oishi et al. 67 • ki (i = 1, · · · , m): m keywords appearing in K, where the keywords k1 , k2 , · · · , km appear in this order. • tj (j = 1, · · · , n): n sentences appearing in T , where the sentences t1 , t2 , · · · , tn appear in this order. • wl (l = 1, · · · , o): o words appearing in T , where the words w1 , w2 , · · · , wo appear in this order. • cp (p = 1, · · · , q): q words appearing in T , where the words c1 , c2 , · · · , cq are different from each other. If a word appears more than once, each occurrence of the word is considered to be distinct.

The number of tasks varies from 60 to 240, the number of resources fluctuates from 20 to 80, and the TTL value for each task transforms from 4 to 10, all of which depend on the number of agents. Details of Setup 2 can be found in Table 1. According to Fig. 2(a), we can see that with the spread of network scale, the Completion Rate of tasks (CpR) of GDAP is continually descending while CpR of DGF keeps stable and high. This case can be argued that with the network scale expanding, the numbers of tasks and resources also rise proportionally, while the average degree of each agent is fixed.

While such a design definitely possible for both SDS and clonal expansion was considered not to be the most suitable choice considering that interoperability with existing FIPA systems was not a requirement for the prototype. This doest not suggest that actors equate with agents by any means. Actors and software agents, while sharing superficial similarities such as a use of message passing are not equivalent. Actors are simply a concurrency control mechanism and do not equate with agents in the same way that threads do not equate with agents.

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