By Jack Krupansky
A Software Agent System (or Multi-Agent System (MAS)) is a computational environment (such as the Web or a grid computing environment overlay network) in which individual software agents interact with each other, sometime in a cooperative manner, sometimes in a competitive manner, and sometimes autonomously pursuing their individual goals, accessing resources and services of the environment, and occasionally producing results for the entities that initiated those software agents.
Click here for a more in-depth discussion of what it means to be a software agent.
[ Home | Blog | Books | Glossary | Links | Manifesto | Search | Contact ]
Updated: November 14, 2005 04:57:09 PM -0500
Copyright © 2005 John W. Krupansky d/b/a Base Technology