Distributed Management of Resources in a Smart City using Multi-Agent Systems (MAS)
This document describes study of distributed management of resources in the context of Smart City with support of multi-agent systems. The investigated points include theoretical concepts of Smart City and application of multi-agent systems, decentralized and centralized designs for agent-based solutions and aspects of interactions between different self-interested agents. The document explores design of an agent-based solutions for the set of proposed problems related to Smart City environment with the emphasis on sharing common good, models of agent interactions within the modeled environments and possibilities of multi-agent approaches in terms of collective problem-solving, adaptability and learning proficiency.
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