Self-adaptive air-sea simulation based on multi-sensors agentification

S. Peyruqueou; D. Capera; T. Médina; C. De Murcia

RAIRO - Operations Research (2010)

  • Volume: 44, Issue: 4, page 307-322
  • ISSN: 0399-0559

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Combat Management System training uses simulation of an overall tactical situation. This involves the real-time management of numerous and diverse entities to keep the simulation scenario consistent in a highly dynamic environment. To address this difficult problem, we propose an adaptive multi-agent system in which each entity is considered as a smart sensor/effector mobile. The autonomy and the dynamic behaviour offered to each entity leads the simulation to self-adapt to inevitable disturbances of the user. According to the cooperation paradigm, this approach also allows the mobiles to highlights a coherent global behaviour with mutual helping. Finally, the system shows the relevance of the Emergence Technologies in the elaboration of a new generation of sensors. This software is currently under development in GATES, a project of the DCNS company.

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Peyruqueou, S., et al. "Self-adaptive air-sea simulation based on multi-sensors agentification." RAIRO - Operations Research 44.4 (2010): 307-322. <http://eudml.org/doc/250709>.

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abstract = { Combat Management System training uses simulation of an overall tactical situation. This involves the real-time management of numerous and diverse entities to keep the simulation scenario consistent in a highly dynamic environment. To address this difficult problem, we propose an adaptive multi-agent system in which each entity is considered as a smart sensor/effector mobile. The autonomy and the dynamic behaviour offered to each entity leads the simulation to self-adapt to inevitable disturbances of the user. According to the cooperation paradigm, this approach also allows the mobiles to highlights a coherent global behaviour with mutual helping. Finally, the system shows the relevance of the Emergence Technologies in the elaboration of a new generation of sensors. This software is currently under development in GATES, a project of the DCNS company. },
author = {Peyruqueou, S., Capera, D., Médina, T., De Murcia, C.},
journal = {RAIRO - Operations Research},
keywords = {Emergence technologies; multi-agent systems; smart sensors; self-adaptation; cooperation; real-time simulation; emergence technologies},
language = {eng},
month = {12},
number = {4},
pages = {307-322},
publisher = {EDP Sciences},
title = {Self-adaptive air-sea simulation based on multi-sensors agentification},
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volume = {44},
year = {2010},
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AB - Combat Management System training uses simulation of an overall tactical situation. This involves the real-time management of numerous and diverse entities to keep the simulation scenario consistent in a highly dynamic environment. To address this difficult problem, we propose an adaptive multi-agent system in which each entity is considered as a smart sensor/effector mobile. The autonomy and the dynamic behaviour offered to each entity leads the simulation to self-adapt to inevitable disturbances of the user. According to the cooperation paradigm, this approach also allows the mobiles to highlights a coherent global behaviour with mutual helping. Finally, the system shows the relevance of the Emergence Technologies in the elaboration of a new generation of sensors. This software is currently under development in GATES, a project of the DCNS company.
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