The ALADDIN project:intelligent agents for disaster management

Adams, N. M. and Field, M. and Gelenbe, E. and Hand, D. J. and Jennings, N. R. and Leslie, David S. and Nicholson, D. and Ramchurn, S. D. and Roberts, S. J. and Rogers, A. (2008) The ALADDIN project:intelligent agents for disaster management. In: International Workshop on Robotics for Risky Interventions and Surveillance of the Environment. International Advanced Robotics Programme, ESP.

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ALADDIN [1] is a multi-disciplinary project that is developing novel techniques, architectures, and mechanisms for multi-agent systems in uncertain and dynamic environments. The application focus of the project is disaster management. Research within a number of themes is being pursued and this is considering different aspects of the interaction between autonomous agents and the decentralised system architectures that support those interactions. The aim of the research is to contribute to building more robust multi-agent systems for future applications in disaster management and other similar domains

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