Title: ACCELERATED STABLE STOCHASTIC MOBILE MULTI-AGENTS USING BOUNDARY EFFECTS

Year of Publication: Jul - 2013
Page Numbers: 54-67
Authors: Isamu Shioya
Conference Name: The Third International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its Applications (DICTAP2013)
- Czech Republic

Abstract:


This paper describes how to coordinate stable autonomous multi-agents which move over finite resources consisting of cells using boundary effects. Each of the agents stochastically moves in accordance with transition probabilities over the resources. We suppose there are interactions or coordination among agents such that (1) each agent can not move to a destination cell occupied by agents more than the agents of a current cell and (2) their agents have time-lag. Then, the multi-agent behavior becomes more stable by giving an appropriate average moving speed for every agents. This paper presents more accelerated stable stochastic mobile multi-agent behavior by varying the average moving speed depending on the agent locations of resources.