By Tag G. Kim
This e-book constitutes the refereed post-proceedings of the thirteenth overseas convention on AI, Simulation, and making plans in excessive Autonomy structures, AIS 2004, held in Jeju Island, Korea in October 2004. The seventy four revised complete papers offered including 2 invited keynote papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a hundred and seventy submissions; after the convention, the papers went via one other around of revision. The papers are prepared in topical sections on modeling and simulation methodologies, clever keep an eye on, laptop and community protection, HLA and simulator interoperation, production, agent-based modeling, DEVS modeling and simulation, parallel and disbursed modeling and simulation, cellular machine networks, Web-based simulation and typical structures, modeling and simulation environments, AI and simulation, component-based modeling, watermarking and semantics, images, visualization and animation, and company modeling.
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No “hidden” fluents), then causal rules are essential in the sense that there are systems whose a priori dynamics cannot be completely captured using preference orderings alone. What does this say about the DEVS state transition mechanism? It is interesting to note that causal rules are in fact built into DEVS. In fact in the co-ordinatized version of its state representation the state transition functions are defined component by component with explicit influencers and influencees as the fundamental causal graph topologies capture which co-ordinates should feature as the antecedents and consequents of each “mini” transition function.
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