Introduction-Multiagent Systems-Lecture Slides, Slides for Multiagent Systems. Aliah University

Multiagent Systems

Description: Prof. Balkishan Sachin delivered this lecture at Aliah University for Multiagent Systems course. Its main points are: Introduction, Trends, Ubiquity, Interconnection, Delegation, Intelligence, Human-orientation, Programming, Progression
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LECTURE 1:
INTRODUCTION
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Overview
Five ongoing trends have marked the history
of computing:
ubiquity;
interconnection;
intelligence;
delegation; and
human-orientation
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Ubiquity
The continual reduction in cost of computing
capability has made it possible to introduce
processing power into places and devices
that would have once been uneconomic
As processing capability spreads,
sophistication (and intelligence of a sort)
becomes ubiquitous
What could benefit from having a processor
embedded in it…?
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Interconnection
Computer systems today no longer stand
alone, but are networked into large
distributed systems
The internet is an obvious example, but
networking is spreading its ever-growing
tentacles…
Since distributed and concurrent systems
have become the norm, some researchers
are putting forward theoretical models that
portray computing as primarily a process of
interaction
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