Published April 1, 1989
by Pergamon .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||372|
The book contains the papers developed from the presentations at the Distributed Intelligence in Design Symposium, held in Salford in May In this context, Distributed Intelligence . The goal of this course is to provide methods and tools for modeling distributed intelligent systems as well as designing and optimizing coordination strategies. The course is a well . This book is dedicated to intelligent systems of broad-spectrum application, such as personal and social biosafety or use of intelligent sensory micro-nanosystems such as "e-nose", "e-tongue" and "e-eye". Distributed Intelligent Systems. A number of natural and artificial systems can be considered as intrinsically distributed and consisting of nodes presenting a certain degree of intelligence. Typical examples of distributed intelligent systems include social insect colonies, flocks of vertebrates, multi-agent systems, transportation systems.
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