Introducing the Concept of Hyperactivity in Multi Agent Systems

Abstract : Software Agents are no longer the simple communication gateways for devices to interconnect using one or more networks. With Multi Agent Systems contributing in a wide spectrum of intelligent systems, the Agents are in a more proactive role than just being responsible for passing messages between their respective base systems. Agent Relation Charts and the Hyperactive Transaction Model in general is one of the recent attempts of developing a multi-view design model for Multi Agent Systems. The model has made a clear distinction in the regular and intelligent activities of an agent. Based on these differences, the agents are classified into three main categories named as Passive, Active and Hyperactive Agents. In this paper we first attempt to clearly explain the basis on which distinctions are made in the activities of an agent, and why such a distinction improves the overall design process for the multi agent systems. We then define and demonstrate the three kinds of agents based on the distinctions made in their activities and thus introducing the concept of Hyperactivity in a multi agent system.
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Communication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2013 International Conference on, May 2013, India. pp.542-546, 2013
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Vineet Nagrath, Fabrice Meriaudeau, M. A. Saeed, Olivier Morel. Introducing the Concept of Hyperactivity in Multi Agent Systems. Communication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2013 International Conference on, May 2013, India. pp.542-546, 2013. 〈hal-00833500〉

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