Multi-Agent Systems

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MAS are used for coordinated defense systems in complex dynamic environments. These systems deal with operational problems that are extremely complex, require processing increasing data volumes, in dynamic environments, and that face trade-offs between competing priorities and differing optimization and solutions. MAS are an easy to understand way of decomposing a complex system into smaller distributed systems of individual agents that have conflicting goals and compete for resources. Multi-Agent Systems reach decisions that enable optimal solutions by conveying information to each agent and brokering a decision through collaborative and coordinated decision making.

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Multi-Agent Systems

 Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Papers:

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SPE 124926

Real Time Diagnostics of Gas Lift Systems Using Intelligent Agents: A Case Study
G. Stephenson, SPE, Occidental Petroleum Corporation; R. Molotkov, SPE, Weatherford; N. De Guzman, SPE
and L. Lafferty, SPE, Intelligent Agents Corporation

SPE 150285

Decision Support and Workflow Automation for the Development and Management of Hydrocarbon Assets Using Multi-Agent Systems
Amr S. El-Bakry, SPE, Michael C. Romer, SPE, ExxonMobil Production Company; Peng Xu, Anantha Sundaram, and Adam K. Usadi, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering; H. Lane Morehead, SPE, ExxonMobil Upstream Research; Mark L. Crawford, SPE, Bryce A. Holloway, and Charles A. Knight, ExxonMobil Information Technology

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