Title

Swarming: A new paradigm for agent management

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Public Management

School

School of Business

RAS ID

124

Comments

Watson, L. (2001). Swarming: a new paradigm for agent management. In: Hutchinson, W., Warren, M., & Burn, J. (Eds.). Survival in the e-conomy: 2nd Australian information warfare & security conference 2001. Churchlands, Australia: School of Management Information Systems, Edith Cowan University.

Abstract

Using "swarming" techniques it is feasible to create a methodology for use in an agent management environment. There are many factors operating upon the use of swarming, some of these allow for autonomous, networked and dispersed agent resources to interoperate with centralised resources. With the use of agent "objects, a model may be created, with this model a methodology and subsequent simulation may also be developed.

 
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