Framework proposal for adaptive mobile intelligent agents

Elena Fabiola Ruiz-Ledesma, Rosaura Palma-Orozco, Elizabeth Acosta-Gonzaga

Abstract


Intelligent agents are computational entities which have elements that provide them with the ability to perceive and manipulate their environment: sensors and actuators. These are characterized by displaying various properties that adapt and achieve their objectives. Autonomy, learning, collaboration and reasoning are examples of these properties which together make them intelligent artificial entities. This article shows the development of a framework that has made it possible to speed-up the construction of a system of adaptive mobile intelligent agents, called SySAge. The system agents have integrated search and learning techniques for the execution of automated processes focused on solving search, classification and optimization problems. It has been found that through learning, the agents were able to estimate input parameters and apply them in estimating the shortest route in a graph, considering cost and penalty aspects. To determine the choice of search technique, a probabilistic selection was used. The autonomous behavior of each agent was appreciated through the various attempts to solve the search problem and not to focus the information acquired individually on a single agent.

Keywords


Artificial Intelligence; Intelligents Agents; Multi-agent systems; Mobile agents

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v10i5.2841

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