Multi-agent systems

The rapid growth of interconnected IoT devices has introduced complexities in their monitoring and management. Autonomous and intelligent management systems are essential for addressing these challenges and achieving self-healing, self-configuring, and self-managing networks. Intelligent agents have emerged as a powerful solution for autonomous network design, but their dynamic and intelligent management requires processing large volumes of data for training network function agents.


This dataset contains the results of the simulation runs of the experiments performed to evaluate and compare the proposed spatial model for situated multi-agent systems. The model was introduced in a paper entitled "BioMASS, a spatial model for situated multiagent systems that optimizes neighborhood search". In this paper we presented a new model to implement a spatially explicit environment that supports constant-time sensory (neighborhood search) and locomotion functions for situated multiagent systems.