DIAMOND : Une approche pour la conception de systèmes multi-agents embarqués

Abstract : This thesis propose multiagent method to modeled physic complex systems. The DIAMOND (Decentralized Iterative Approach for Multiagent Open Networks Design) method is built to design physical multiagent system. Four main stages, distributed on a spiral cycle, may be distinguished within our physical multiagent design approach. The definition of needs defines what the user needs and characterizes the global functionalities. The second stage is a multiagent-oriented analysis which consists in decomposing a problem into a multiagent solution. The third stage of our method starts with a generic design which aims to build the multiagent system, once one knows what agents have to do without distinguishing hardware/software parts. Finaly, the implementation stage consists in partitioning the system in a hardware part and a software part to produce the code and the hardware synthesis.
Considering complex embedded control systems as networks of decentralized cooperative nodes is an attractive way to design physical intelligent applications. We propose the MWAC (Multi-Wireless-Agent Communication) model to manage communication in such complex systems.
These contribution are used in an underground wireless sensor networks application : the EnvSys project.
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Jean-Paul Jamont. DIAMOND : Une approche pour la conception de systèmes multi-agents embarqués. Autre [cs.OH]. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00189046⟩

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