Examples of MAS in a sentence
Moreover, the MAS should be able to accept new agents without compromising its functioning.
For example,  models the discovery and exchange of health records with a dynamic interoperable MAS network.
A Large Scale MAS (LSMAS) is a MAS that is hard to (i) engineer (e.g. coordination among thousands of agents) or (ii) deploy (e.g., real-time interaction may no longer hold due to the computational requirements).
The key point is to understand how the agent environment as first-class abstraction can support different levels of involvements of humans in the loop in MAS.
The agent environment is now broadly recognized as a first class abstraction for building a MAS, especially because it mediates interactions between agents and their access to resources .