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Type: Software

[Software] MAS Lab, (2005) MASS. [Other]

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The Multi Agent Survivability Simulator (MASS) has been developed to provide a concrete, re-runnable, well-defined environment to test multi-agent coordination/negotiation. Its goal is to create a distributed simulation system to test various coordination mechanisms allowing the elements of the system to detect, react and adapt to adverse working conditions. Our assumption is that the system is composed of a group of autonomous agents. Each agent has its own local view of the world and its own goals, but is capable of coordinating these goals with respect to remote agents. To simulate these complex systems, an environment is needed that permits the simulation of an agent's method execution.

Status: Active
Maturity: Other
License: Other
Support: Other
Application Areas: Tool/System Development
Deposited by AgentLink Archive Administrator on 12 October 2005

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