Title: Resource Acceleration of Autonomous Stochastic Moving Multi-Agents with Boundary Effects

Year of Publication: Nov - 2014
Page Numbers: 134-142
Authors: Isamu Shioya
Conference Name: The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition (AIPR2014)
- Malaysia


Autonomous stochastic moving multi-agents are not easy to analyze the behavior of them. We consider a resource consisting of cells arranged along lines, and restrict moving ranges of agents at each step so that their agents have time-lag. We assume there are interaction among agents, so each agent can not move to destination cells when their cells are occupied by agents more than the agents of current cells. Then, every cells are always desirable to be occupied by moving agents, because of higher resource utilization of cells. We show that the resource utilization of stochastic autonomous multi-agents moving on finite resources becomes higher if we introduce an accelerated mobile speed of diffusion processes considering boundary effect on resources.