Coordination Mechanisms for the Modelling and Simulation of Stochastic Systems: The Case of Uniform Primitives


Stefano Mariani, Andrea Omicini

SCS M&S Magazine IV(3), pages 6-25, December 2014
The Society for Modeling & Simulation International, Vista, CA, USA
Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Alfredo Garro (eds.)
Special Issue on “Agents and Multi-Agent Systems: From Objects to Agents”

Since interaction is a foremost source of system complexity, coordination mechanisms are essential for the modelling and simulation of complex systems. By focussing on stochastic systems, in this paper we discuss the role of uniform primitives as the nature-inspired coordination mechanism that could work as the core of a coordination-based complex system simulator.

(keywords) uniform primitives; coordination; simulation, stochastic systems
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Author = {Mariani, Stefano and Omicini, Andrea},
Editor = {Baldoni, Matteo and Baroglio, Cristina and Garro, Alfredo},
Keywords = {uniform primitives; coordination; simulation, stochastic systems},
Issn = {2168-703X},
Journal = {SCS M\&S Magazine},
Month = dec,
Note = {Special Issue on ``Agents and Multi-Agent Systems: From Objects to Agents''},
Number = 3,
Pages = {6--25},
Publisher = {The Society for Modeling \& Simulation International},
Title = {Coordination Mechanisms for the Modelling and Simulation of Stochastic Systems: The Case of Uniform Primitives},
Url = {http://scs.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/2_MarianiOmicini.pdf},
Volume = {IV},
Year = 2014

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Stefano Mariani, Andrea Omicini

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Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Alfredo Garro

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SCS M&S Magazine

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IV

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3

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6-25

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December 2014

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11585/480572

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2168-703X

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