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By António J. M. Castro

ISBN-10: 3662433729

ISBN-13: 9783662433720

ISBN-10: 3662433737

ISBN-13: 9783662433737

Most of the examine efforts facing airline scheduling were performed on off-line plan optimization. although, these days, with the more and more complicated and enormous site visitors at airports, the true problem is easy methods to react to unforeseen occasions which could reason plan-disruptions, resulting in flight delays.

Moreover those disruptive occasions frequently have an effect on not less than 3 assorted dimensions of the location: the airplane assigned to the flight, the team project and infrequently forgotten, the passengers’ trip and satisfaction.

This booklet contains solutions to this problem and proposes using the Multi-agent method paradigm to quickly compose a multi-faceted approach to the disruptive occasion making an allowance for attainable personal tastes of these 3 key elements of the problem.

Negotiation protocols occurring among brokers which are specialists in fixing different challenge dimensions, mix of alternative application features and never less significant, the inclusion of the human within the automated decision-making loop make MASDIMA, the approach defined during this ebook, like minded for real-life plan-disruption administration applications.

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E, single (S), multidimensional with independent dimensions (M) or multidimensional with interdependent dimensions (M-Interd). In this latter case it means that the protocol or negotiation model is able to deal with the interdependencies between attributes. 4. , 2006), ”The fundamental distinction between systems labeled as cooperative or competitive is that for the former the agents are designed to have as goal the maximization of a group utility. Competitive agents are solely focused on maximizing their own utility”.

This will increase not only the number of candidate-solutions to choose from but also, the quality of those candidate-solutions. ) into the MAS we have proposed on the first hypothesis, we may be able to increase the quality of the candidate-solutions found by the problem solving agents referred to on the third hypothesis. At the same time, this will allow for the negotiation mechanism referred to on the second hypothesis, to reach better overall solutions. 3 Expected Results To simplify and to better understand this section we assume the following terminology.

This means that they can all participate in the negotiation. 5. Knowledge (Knowl) In a negotiation model or protocol, it is related to the knowledge that each agent has to present a complete proposal in the negotiation (by complete we mean to propose values to all attributes that are part of the object of negotiation). If the agent is able to do that alone then it has FULL (F) knowledge. g, engaging in a negotiating with others). 6. e, bilateral or multilateral. 4. We left out protocols that use game-theory and argumentation as their theoretical support.

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