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By Ireneusz Czarnowski, Piotr Jędrzejowicz, Janusz Kacprzyk

This quantity offers a set of unique examine works via major experts concentrating on novel and promising techniques during which the multi-agent approach paradigm is used to aid, improve or exchange conventional techniques to fixing tricky optimization difficulties. The editors have invited numerous recognized experts to provide their suggestions, instruments, and versions falling lower than the typical denominator of the agent-based optimization. The ebook includes 8 chapters protecting examples of software of the multi-agent paradigm and respective personalized instruments to unravel tough optimization difficulties bobbing up in numerous components resembling computer studying, scheduling, transportation and, extra usually, allotted and cooperative challenge fixing.

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