CORBA-based analysis of multi agent behavior
- Author(s): Bhattacharya, S
- Banerjee, A
- Bandyopadhyay, S
- et al.
An agent is a computer software that is capable of taking independent action on behalf of its user or owner. It is an entity with goals, actions and domain knowledge, situated in an environment. Multiagent systems comprises of multiple autonomous, interacting computer software, or agents. These systems can successfully emulate the entities active in a distributed environment, The analysis of multiagent behavior has been studied in this paper based on a specific board game problem similar to the famous problem of GO, In this paper a framework is developed to define the states of the multiagent entities and measure the convergence metrics for this problem. An analysis of the changes of states leading to the goal state is also made. We support our study of multiagent behavior by simulations based on a CORBA framework in order to substantiate our findings.
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