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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper addresses the problem of the engineering divergence phenomenon in ABS. This problem is related to the fact that a particular conceptual model may give different outputs according to its implementation. Through two experiments, the paper shows that the implementation of the agents' interaction is one of the factors that are involved in this phenomenon. The underlying idea of this paper is that this problem can be greatly diminished if the analysis of the conceptual model incorporatesdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-24613-8_4 fatcat:vhactzwupncujf2q3hrmt57cfm