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Towards a Multilevel Simulation Approach Based on Holonic Multiagent Systems

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In Proc. of the 10th International Conference on Computer Modeling and Simulation (EUROSIM-UKSIM 2008), pp. 180-185, IEEE Computer Society, 2008.
ISBN 978-0-7695-3114-4
DOI: 10.1109/UKSIM.2008.36.
Simulation is an appropriate approach for studying complex systems that are inacessible through direct observations and measurements. In a simulation involving a great number of interacting entities, it is difficult to create a reliable and tractable abstraction of the real reference system. One of the involved problems is amount of computational resources required to handle microscopic simulation of large number of entities. One solution is to use macroscopic models. However, this type of models may be at hand unavailable or not reliable, or it doesn’t allow observations of individual behaviours. In this paper a multilevel simulation model is proposed to dynamically adapt the level of simulated behaviours while being as faithful as possible to the reference model. Our approach is based on Holonic Multi-Agent Systems and provides a generic scheduling model for multilevel simulations.
Multiagent-based Simulation, Multilevel Simulation, Holonic Multiagent Systems, Complex Systems
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