By Krzysztof Cetnarowicz
This monograph offers the idea that of brokers and agent platforms. It starts off with a proper technique after which offers examples of sensible purposes. so that it will shape the foundations of building of self sustaining brokers, a version of the agent is brought. next elements of the monograph contain numerous examples of functions of the time period agent. Descriptions of other examples of purposes of agent platforms in such fields as evolution structures, cellular robotic structures, man made intelligence structures are given. The booklet constitutes an overview of technique of the layout and recognition of agent platforms according to the M-agent structure orientated on assorted parts of applications.
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5 Decomposition with the Use of the Concept of the Cartesian . . 31 x2j= obs(x0 j-1, x0j ) j x0 j x1j x2 j = ? j-1 x0 j-1 x1j-1 x2 j-1 j-2 x0 j-2 x1j-2 x2 j-2 ………………………. time parameters parameters of the of the Ag1 environment parametres of the Ag2 Fig. 14 Schema of the concept of the application of observation process in defining the parameters of the agent instance, the agent Ag2 ). This concept of the agent action has been schematically presented in Fig. 14. Changes in time of one parameter (x0 ) make it possible to estimate data values of the other parameter (x2 ).
Some of them will be discussed further in later chapters. The two approaches to the realization of autonomy of cooperating algorithms (with the use of communication and observation) provide a basis for distinguishing between the object notion and the agent notion. 5 Decomposition with the Use of the Concept of the Cartesian . . 31 x2j= obs(x0 j-1, x0j ) j x0 j x1j x2 j = ? j-1 x0 j-1 x1j-1 x2 j-1 j-2 x0 j-2 x1j-2 x2 j-2 ………………………. time parameters parameters of the of the Ag1 environment parametres of the Ag2 Fig.
11), decomposition into component algorithms, which not necessarily have to be mutually autonomous, is easier and more often possible. The question arises whether it is possible to use that kind of “non-autonomous” decomposition as a starting point for finding a method of reducing (bringing) cooperating, non-autonomous, component algorithms to mutually autonomous (at least in some scope) algorithms. These methods will be presented as another step of decomposition of algorithms and will be dealt with in later chapters.