By Cathérine Tessier, Laurent Chaudron, Heinz-Jürgen Müller
Sociology and MAS structures are where the place difficult a delicate sciences converge and this is often good illustrated in very good articles within the ebook.
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What are the important differences between the hot water resource and the noise resource in IHome? A.? The hot water resource is inherently centralized. The noise resource is inherently distributed (spatially). This is an important distinction because not all agents that make noise actually need to coordinate in IHome. For instance, the television agent would not need to coordinate with the vacuum cleaning agent if they are located in different rooms of the home. In this case, a centralized coordination mechanism is unnecessary and undesirable (assuming that the process of determining whether or not the agents need to coordinate is low cost).
The domain agents will execute in close proximity to one another or will have a reliable network connection between them. This is necessary for them to obtain information about the environment and to monitor Lois. A. is akin to that found in the UMASS IHome  project. , making sure that there is sufficient hot water for morning showers while still getting the laundry done and the dishes washed. In IHome coordination centers on shared resources like hot water, electricity, noise, and a shared mobile robot (simulated) that can perform selected tasks within the environment.
At the medication agent issues a reminder to Lois to take medication Y because she is now 1/2 an hour past her scheduled dose time. Assume that no reminders have been issued for Lois within the last several hours. In response to this, the rc (response coordinator) will create a new bucket for reminders to Lois, put the reminder into the bucket, and set an alarm to wake up at timeWindow time in the future – for this example let us assume that timeWindow has a value of five minutes. At the eating agent issues a reminder to Lois to eat breakfast as she has not done so and her usual breakfast time has passed.
Conflicting Agents - Conflict Management in Multi-Agent Systems (Multiagent Systems, Artificial Societies, and Simulated Organizations Volume 1) by Cathérine Tessier, Laurent Chaudron, Heinz-Jürgen Müller