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Multiparadigmatic Cooperating Sensory Agents for Modelling Complex Systems

Summary: Multiparadigmatic Cooperating Sensory Agents for
Modelling Complex Systems
Francesco Amigoni, Viola Schiaffonati, Marco Somalvico
Abstract -- This paper discusses a novel way to conceive
measurement systems as perceptive agencies, namely as
systems in which different sensory agents cooperate to set up
rich and multiparadigmatic measurement tools.
The advancement in distributed informatics and robotics
is mainly centred on the advanced research frontier of
multiagent systems, also called agencies [1] when they are
considered as single machines. Moreover, the role offered
by each computational and robotic agent is enhanced by the
adoption of intelligent systems offering advanced and
complex processing and interacting functionalities.
These two important evolving strategies in present
researches in artificial intelligence and robotics pave the
way to an evolving conception of modern measurement
systems that is discussed in this paper. A modern
measurement system is conceived as a perceptive agency,


Source: Amigoni, Francesco - Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione, Politecnico di Milano


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences