Conference Proceeding Article
In a rapidly changing environment, the behavior and decision-making power of agents may have to be adaptive with respect to a fluctuating autonomy. In this paper, a centralized fuzzy approach is proposed to sense changes in environmental conditions and translate them to changes in agent autonomy. A distributed coalition formation scheme is then applied to allow agents in the new autonomy to renegotiate to establish schedule consistency. The proposed framework is applied to a real-time logistics control of a military hazardous material storage facility under peace-to-war transition.
Business | Computer Sciences | Military and Veterans Studies | Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering
Intelligent Systems and Decision Analytics
IEEE/WIC/ACM Int'l Conf. on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT)
LAU, Hoong Chuin; Agussurja, Lucas; and Thagarajoo, R..
Partial Adjustable Autonomy in Multi Agent Environment and Its Application to Military Logistics. (2005). IEEE/WIC/ACM Int'l Conf. on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT). 152-156. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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