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JADE can then be considered a middle-ware that implements an efficient agent platform and supports the development of multi agent systems. JADE agent platform tries to keep high the performance of a distributed agent system implemented with the Java language. In particular, its communication architecture tries to offer flexible and efficient messaging, transparently choosing the best transport available and leveraging state-of-the-art distributed object technology embedded within Java runtime environment. JADE uses an agent model and Java implementation that allow good runtime efficiency, software reuse, agent mobility and the realization of different agent architectures. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Active components extend SCA in several directions as it is intended to work in concurrent and dynamic distributed systems. It is based on a plug-in architecture, shortly named "plug'n simulate", built for maximum flexibility. The architecture allows any modeling and simulation technique to be integrated into the framework via plug-ins. Moreover, it provides a solid foundation of abstractions, algorithms, workflows and tools, focusing on efficiency.
Yet, it does not enforce any reuse of its parts but allows its users to choose which functionality they want to apply. Additionally, JAMES II allows full control over experiment types and parameters, such as parameter scans, optimization, computation end policies and number of replications. JAS is a simulation toolkit specifically designed for agent-based simulation modeling.
The core of the JAS toolkit is its simulation engine based on the standard discrete event simulation paradigm, which allows time to be managed with high precision and from a multi-scale perspective. Many features of JAS are based on open source third party libraries. The core of the JAS toolkit is represented by the simulation engine. It is based on the standard discrete-event simulation paradigm, which allows managing the time with high precision and multi-scale perspective.
Thanks to its discrete-event engine, JAS represents a good compromise in simulating both discrete and continues agent-based models. This makes JAS a generic discrete-event simulation toolkit, also useful to realize process workflow simulation models.
It implements the operational semantics of that language, and provides a platform for the development of multi-agent systems, with many user-customizable features.
Using SACI, a multi-agent system can be distributed over a network effortlessly. Some of the features available in Jason are: speechact based inter-agent communication, annotations on plan labels, fully customizable in Java selection functions, trust functions, and overall agent architecture, straightforward extensibility by means of user-defined internal actions, a clear notion of a multi-agent environment, which is implemented in Java this can be a simulation of a real environment.
The framework supports the design, implementation, and deployment of software agent systems. The entire software development process, from conception to deployment of full software systems, is supported by JIAC. It also allows for the possibility of reusing applications and services, and even modifying them during runtime. The focal points of JIAC are distribution, scalability, adaptability and autonomy.
MaDKit agents play roles in groups and thus create artificial societies. It provides general agent facilities, such as lifecycle management, message passing and distribution, and allows high heterogeneity in agent architectures and communication languages, and various customizations. It is designed, in the spirit of the Logo programming language, to be "low threshold and no ceiling". NetLogo enables exploration of emergent phenomena; it comes with an extensive models library including models in a variety of domains, such as economics, biology, physics, chemistry, psychology and system dynamics.
It can be used both by teachers in the education community and domain experts without a programming background to model related phenomena. Beyond exploration, NetLogo allows authoring of new models and modification of existing models. It also powers HubNet, a technology that uses NetLogo to run participatory simulations in the classroom. For instance, in a participatory simulation, a whole group of users takes part in enacting the behavior of a system, e. NetLogo is very popular in the education and research community.
It was designed to serve as the basis for a wide range of multi-agent simulation tasks ranging from swarm robotics to machine learning to social complexity environments. MASON carefully delineates between model and visualisation, allowing models to be dynamically detached from or attached to visualisers and enabling check pointing.
It is a widely used free and open-source, cross-platform, agent-based modeling and simulation toolkit, providing multiple implementations in several languages and many built-in adaptive features.
Currently, there are two editions of Repast and several ways to write models in each edition aiming at satisfying many different kinds of users and cases. Its main focus is to enable scientists to construct models by visual programming, since the agent paradigm is very intuitive, especially when modeling societies. The main entities in a SeSAm model are agents, resources and the world. There are some aspects that allow scaling up for complex multi-agent simulation: user functions, user features and model-specific data types.
Simulation runs may be executed for different situations and aggregated into so called experiments. Also model instrumentation for gathering and visualizing simulation data is possible via the so called analysis. Before starting a simulation run, the model is compiled using standard optimization techniques from compiler theory, thus the power of visual programming was combined with fast execution. SeSAm was first a Lisp-based system but since it is redesigned and implemented in Java.
Swarm was specifically designed for artificial life applications and studies of complexity. It was originally written in Objective-C, and then ported to Java.
Swarm was originally developed for multi agent simulation of complex adaptive systems. The basic characteristics of each platform are presented in Table 2. Coplien, and N. Kerth, Eds. Pattern Languages of Program Design.
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