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Multi-Agent Pursuit-Evasion Game Based on Organizational Architecture

2019 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
Introduction Pursuit-Evasion (PE) games are considered as one of distinctive distributed artificial intelligence areas treating the cooperative decision problem in Multi-Agent Systems (MAS).  ...  Pursuers' Coalition Formations Based on YAMAM Organizational Model Coalition formation problem attracts the efforts of the recent researches in multi-agent Systems [27] , [29] .  ... 
doi:10.20532/cit.2019.1004318 fatcat:26lycdasjjfkrgtndstjollvb4

Guest Editorial

2019 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
Howlett, KES-AMSTA Executive Chair, for graciously granting permission to base the papers in this Issue on presentations previously given within the KES-AMSTA Conferences.  ...  The last paper by Robert Bucki and Petr Suchánek, titled The Cost-Based Lean Approach to the Information Logistics Business System Modelling, deals with the problem of modelling logistic manufacturing  ...  The issue starts with the paper by Mohammed El Habib Souidi, Abderrahim Siam, Zhaoyi Pei and Songhao Piao, titled Multi-Agent Pursuit-Evasion Game Based on Organizational Architecture.  ... 
doi:10.20532/cit.2019.1004796 fatcat:xlpcj7p5zrdvdnwav2xw4jaypu

Multi-agent real-time pursuit

Cagatay Undeger, Faruk Polat
2009 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
In this paper, we address the problem of multi-agent pursuit in dynamic and partially observable environments, modeled as grid worlds; and present an algorithm called Multi-Agent Real-Time Pursuit (MAPS  ...  We compared our coordination strategies with the uncoordinated one against a prey controlled by Prey A*, and observed an impressive reduction in the number of moves to catch the prey.  ...  Our multi-agent pursuit algorithm is similar to this work in the sense that it is based on the strategy of blocking escape directions, but our definition of escape directions is significantly different  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10458-009-9102-0 fatcat:2zgomvxsjfebzgzpdqxe5ie33q

A Control Agent Architecture for Cooperative Robotic Tasks [chapter]

Enrique Gonzalez, Fernando De la Rosa, Alvaro Sebastian, Julian Angel, Juan Sebastian
2011 Multi-Robot Systems, Trends and Development  
Mataric presents a multi-robot architecture based on (basic) behaviors (Mataric, 1995) .  ...  In the first part, some of the most relevant previous works about control architectures in multi-robot systems is presented; on one hand, the idea is to show how different approaches consider and combine  ...  The authors thank the students and colleagues that have contributed to the development and testing of the architecture MRCC.  ... 
doi:10.5772/13018 fatcat:m43kaumlzvhlhiy2qgdemadcne

Simulated Multi-robot Tactical Missions in Urban Warfare [chapter]

Peter Novák, Antonín Komenda, Michal Čáp, Jiří Vokřínek, Michal Pěchouček
2013 Intelligent Systems Reference Library  
Acknowledgements The Agent Technology Center and the authors acknowledge the support of the here reported work reported by numerous projects awarded to ATG in the course of the years 2008-2011.  ...  The objective here was to propose and solve a formal game-theoretical model of pursuit-evasion scenario with heterogeneous teams of agents.  ...  Multi-agent platform: Aglobe The architecture of the AgentFly system relies on a state-of-the-art multi-agent platform Aglobe [29] and AglobeX Simulation its simulation extension (see Figure 1.4) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33323-1_7 fatcat:f3tmdmt2jjeldiev4ucsuutoce

The Multiple Unmanned Air Vehicle Persistent Surveillance Problem: A Review

Nikhil Nigam
2014 Machines  
The intent of this paper is to thoroughly review the persistent surveillance problem, with particular focus on multiple Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs), and present some of our own work in this area.  ...  The exploration problem is NP hard even for a single vehicle/agent, and the use of multiple vehicles brings forth a whole new suite of problems associated with communication and cooperation between vehicles  ...  pursuit [95] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/machines2010013 fatcat:ydi6tcjbnvghbd4ywxghk7avbu

A Life Cycle Explanation of Cooperative Longevity

Michael Cook
2018 Sustainability  
This adaptability leads to multi "life cycles". Cooperative multi life cycle regeneration is facilitated by a learned and embedded process called "cooperative genius".  ...  The option "exit", if chosen, means the cooperative no longer bases ownership rights on patronage.  ...  The implications and consequences of the emergent organizational architecture are informed by work from organization theory, property rights theory, population ecology, and mechanism design [18] [19]  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10051586 fatcat:5qv6sxuq2bdmrhc5b4dew3gf7e

A comparison study of 12 paradigms for developing embodied agents

Ladislau Bölöni, Linus J. Luotsinen, Joakim N. Ekblad, T. Ryan Fitz-Gibbon, Charles Houchin, Justin L. Key, Majid Ali Khan, Jin Lyu, Johann Nguyen, Rex Oleson, Gary Stein, Scott A. Vander Weide (+1 others)
2008 Software, Practice & Experience  
Upon these considerations, we implemented the Feed-Fight-Multiply game, which borrows elements from turn-based multi-player strategy games and artificial life.  ...  We report on a study in which twelve different paradigms were used to implement agents acting in an environment which borrows elements from artificial life and multi-player strategy games.  ...  The heuristics were not tuned or modified based on observation April 3, 2007 DRAFT of the agent in the game. IV.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.832 fatcat:tu2jmrz435bxvnf2jujlycxilq

A Comparative Analysis of Municipal Public Innovation: Evidence from Romania and United States

Anamaria Vrabie, Rodica Ianole-Călin
2020 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
However, the intensity of their support varies significantly, depending on organizational arrangements and the chosen methodological approach.  ...  Accepting this limitation may be an important step in re-configurating innovation labs and in moving towards a clearer agenda on sustainable urban innovation.  ...  To our knowledge, this is the first approach of its kind; to design the architecture of a new public structure dedicated to innovation, based on direct collaboration with a functional lab.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc6040112 fatcat:mrw4wzbuendglmp27vdsjko5o4

Progressive Lawyering in Politically Depressing Times: Can New Models for Institutional Self-Reform Achieve More Effective Structural Change?

Susan D. Carle
2008 Social Science Research Network  
Lawyers As Organizational Catalysts in Sturm's Study Many of the themes I have just raised can be illustrated by focusing on the role Sturm identifies for lawyers as agents of institutional change in the  ...  One such critique, drawn in general terms from certain multi-culturalism critiques, questions whether changing the gender composition of science faculties amounts to much more than putting an even less  ...  [Vol. 30 institutional insiders located in key positions from which they can serve as organizational catalysts. 158 This is an enormously interesting proposition, because at this historical juncture,  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1087119 fatcat:5fwjs7annjae5ktueuksh2j6m4

Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop "Data analysis methods for software systems"

Jolita Bernatavičienė
2019 Vilnius University Proceedings  
DAMSS-2019 is the 11th international workshop on data analysis methods for software systems, organized in Druskininkai, Lithuania, at the end of the year. The same place and the same time every year.  ...  In addition, we present results of ongoing research on business process optimization based on the multi-objective optimization algorithms.  ...  We present the following results: 1) analysis of random convent architectures for each data set, based on the logic of the wrapper method (to optimize the accuracy); 2) the best ConvNet architectures results  ... 
doi:10.15388/proceedings.2019.8 fatcat:hb3t35tmpnhlbkzbstyvxfrgyu

Why a Special Journal about Corruption in Organization Now?

Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch, Łukasz Sułkowski
2010 Organization and Management  
Corruption immunity based on positive organizational scholarship... Maslow A. 1968.  ...  on poSiTive organizaTional SCholarShip ToWardS TheoreTiCal frameWork introduction This paper reveals a link between corruption and identity based on positive organizational scholarship (POs).  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10166-010-0001-z fatcat:jxcxwn7jgbatliyeabyzbfwjxy

Toward a Theory of Organizational Apology: Evidence from the United States and China

Eric S. Rhodes, Dharm Prakash Sharma Bhawuk
2018 Academy of Management Proceedings  
-James Allen ABSTRACT A multi-method approach was used to develop a theory of organizational apology.  ...  It was found that the overall impact of organizational apologies on cumulative abnormal return was significantly negative, as was the impact of apologies arising from perceived integrity violations.  ...  Based on the foregoing limitations in the existing literature, it is plausible to suggest that analysis of organizational apologies based on traditional paradigms may lead to faulty conclusions.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2018.15228abstract fatcat:6s4u4p3emncjbd4qoqp2pqe2na

A Survey on XAI for Beyond 5G Security: Technical Aspects, Use Cases, Challenges and Research Directions [article]

Thulitha Senevirathna, Zujany Salazar, Vinh Hoa La, Samuel Marchal, Bartlomiej Siniarski, Madhusanka Liyanage, Shen Wang
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Learning (ML) are not just immensely popular in the service layer applications but also have been proposed as essential enablers in many aspects of B5G networks, from IoT devices and edge computing to cloud-based  ...  Furthermore, we presented the lessons learned from recent efforts and future research directions on top of the currently conducted projects involving XAI.  ...  The technique builds on multi-task RL with modular policy design and a two-layer hierarchical policy based on minimal assumptions and limits.  ... 
arXiv:2204.12822v1 fatcat:uv74yh772jag3nkuil2zlx5uki

Automated Synthesis of Controllers for Search and Rescue from Temporal Logic Specifications [article]

Clemens Wiltsche
2013 arXiv   pre-print
The robots move on a graph on which we consider the search for stationary and moving targets.  ...  Searching for moving targets is cast into a game of cops and robbers, and specifications implementing a winning strategy are developed so that the number of robots required is minimized.  ...  A recent survey by Chung et al. provides a taxonomy of properties for pursuit-evasion games [17] .  ... 
arXiv:1304.6898v1 fatcat:aqmwrslel5c7rpva5xcynifcmq
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