Agents and Artificial Intelligence: 8th International by Jaap van den Herik, Joaquim Filipe

By Jaap van den Herik, Joaquim Filipe

This publication comprises revised and prolonged types of chosen papers from the eighth foreign convention on brokers and synthetic Intelligence, ICAART 2016, held in Rome, Italy, in February 2016.
The 17 revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 149 preliminary submissions. The papers are prepared in sections: brokers and synthetic intelligence. They tackle open study developments and spotlight in an leading edge demeanour the tendencies in clever multi-agent structures, traditional language processing, and information representation.

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By Jaap van den Herik, Joaquim Filipe

This publication comprises revised and prolonged types of chosen papers from the eighth foreign convention on brokers and synthetic Intelligence, ICAART 2016, held in Rome, Italy, in February 2016.
The 17 revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 149 preliminary submissions. The papers are prepared in sections: brokers and synthetic intelligence. They tackle open study developments and spotlight in an leading edge demeanour the tendencies in clever multi-agent structures, traditional language processing, and information representation.

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1 Introduction The ongoing transformation of production industries causes a paradigm shift in manufacturing processes towards new technologies and innovative concepts, called cyber, smart, digital or connected factory [5]. The sector is entering its fourth revolution, characterized by a merging of computer networks and factory machines. At each link in production and supply chains, tools and workstations communicate constantly via Internet and local networks. Machines, systems, and products exchange information both among themselves and with the outside world.

Products MAS LVT DES Max. Prod. Time Max. Prod. Time RAM Max. Prod. Time RAM 2 4:01 3:24 987 MB* 2:53 731 MB* 3 4:06 3:34 2154 MB* 3:04 503 MB 4 4:46 3:56 557 MB 3:13 519 MB 5 4:16 4:31 587 MB 3:25 541 MB 6 5:29 4:31 611 MB 3:34 565 MB 7 5:18 5:08 636 MB 3:45 587 MB 8 5:57 5:43 670 MB 3:55 610 MB 9 6:00 5:43 692 MB 4:06 635 MB 10 6:08 5:43 715 MB 4:15 557 MB 20 9:03 8:56 977 MB 5:59 857 MB the same optimal production schedules for each shuttle. Both models follow a different notion of time and, therefore, a slightly different optimization goal.

In terms of perceived tolerance, the female agent’s performing the feminine self-adaptors resulted in opposite impressions between the male and female participants. The male participants perceived the female agent performing feminine self-adaptors as most tolerant, while the female participants rated the same condition as least tolerant in all conditions. Such cross gender interaction was not found in the case of the male agent with both self-adaptors (masculine/feminine). The results suggest interesting cross gender interactions in perceiving the feminine self-adaptors.

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