Robert Tolksdorf, Ronaldo Menezes

Natural forming multi-agent systems can grow to enormous sizes and perform seemingly complex tasks without the existence of any centralized control. Their success comes from the fact that agents are simple and the interaction with the environment and neighboring agents is local in nature. We describe how swarm intelligence can be used in the implementation of a Linda-based system called SwarmLinda. We argue that SwarmLinda achieves many desired characteristics such as scalability, adaptiveness and even some level of fault-tolerance.

Engineering Societies in the Agents World IV, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3071, pages 49-65, June 2004.
Andrea Omicini, Paolo Petta, Jeremy Pitt (eds.), Springer
4th International Workshops (ESAW 2003), London, UK, 29-31 October 2003. Revised Selected and Invited Papers
Author = {Tolksdorf, Robert and Menezes, Ronaldo},
Booktitle = {Engineering Societies in the Agents World {IV}},
Doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-25946-6_3},
Editor = {Omicini, Andrea and Petta, Paolo and Pitt, Jeremy},
Isbn = {978-3-540-22231-6},
Issn = {0302-9743},
Issn-Online = {1611-3349},
Month = jun,
Note = {4th International Workshops (ESAW 2003), London, UK, 29-31~} # oct # {~2003. Revised Selected and Invited Papers},
Pages = {49--65},
Publisher = {Springer},
Series = {LNCS},
Title = {{U}sing {S}warm {I}ntelligence in {L}inda {S}ystems},
Url = {},
Volume = 3071,
Year = 2004}

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