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Embodied Autonomy in Digital Ecosystems: From Bio-Inspired Agents to Cognitive Systems
Lopardo, Gabriel Alejandro; Ibarra Martínez, Salvador; Rosa, Josep Lluís de la
This paper proposes to promote autonomy in digital ecosystems so that it provides agents with information to improve the behavior of the digital ecosystem in terms of stability. This work proposes that, in digital ecosystems, autonomous agents can provide fundamental services and information. The final goal is to run the ecosystem, generate novel conditions and let agents exploit them. A set of evaluation measures must be defined as well. We want to provide an outline of some global indicators, such as heterogeneity and diversity, and establish relationships between agent behavior and these global indicators to fully understand interactions between agents, and to understand the dependence and autonomy relations that emerge between the interacting agents. Individual variations, interaction dependencies, and environmental factors are determinants of autonomy that would be considered. The paper concludes with a discussion of situations when autonomy is a milestone
2010-06-23
Agents intel·ligents (Programari)
Sistemes multiagent
Intelligent agents (Computer software)
Multiagent systems
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IEEE
         

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