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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Large systems of agents deployed in a real-world environment face threats to their problem solving performance that are independent of the complexity of the problem or the characteristics of their specific solution mechanism. One such threat is the degrading of the quality of agent coordination mechanisms when faced with delays in the flow of critical information among the agents introduced by communication latencies. In this paper we demonstrate in a simple model of locally interacting agentsdoi:10.1007/11734697_8 fatcat:udyjlxwawzdu3lilupeujkrupm