Improving the Distribution of Services in MAS
Fecha de publicación
Highlights of Practical Applications of Scalable Multi-Agent Systems. The PAAMS Collection . Communications in Computer and Information Science. pp. 37-46.
One way to reduce the computational load of the agents is the distribution of their services. To achieve this goal, the functionality of a MAS (multiagent system) should not reside in the agents themselves, but ubiquitously be distributed so that allows the system to perform tasks in parallel avoiding an additional computational cost. The distribution of services that offers SCODA (Distributed and Specialized Agent Communities) allows an intelligent management of these services provided by agents of the system and the parallel execution of threads that allow to respond to requests asynchronously, which implies an improvement in the performance of the system at both the computational level as the level of quality of service in the control of these services. The comparison carried out in the case of study that is presented in this paper demonstrates the existing improvement in the distribution of services on systems based on SCODA.
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1865-0929 (Print) / 1865-0937 (Online)
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