MAS definition

MAS means milliampere second.
MAS means the Monetary Authority of Singapore, a body corporate established under the Monetary Authority of Singapore Act (Cap. 186);

Examples of MAS in a sentence

  • Moreover, the MAS should be able to accept new agents without compromising its functioning.

  • For example, [30] 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 [7].


More Definitions of MAS

MAS means the Monetary Authority of Singapore as established under the Monetary Authority of Singapore Act (Cap 186);
MAS means a person who meets the criteria under Rule B.6A.2 and, in relation to a Market Maker Program, is authorised to act as such by the Exchange; has the meaning set out in Rule B.6A.8; means the commitments of any Market Maker in relation to a Market Maker Program, as notified to the Market Maker by the Exchange; means a market maker program (including liquidity provision schemes, rebates, fee discounts and similar incentive scheme arrangements designed to benefit the market) in relation to Designated Products, as published by the Exchange, from time to time, in a Circular or otherwise; means the Monetary Authority of Singapore or any successor entity;
MAS means the Monetary Authority of Singapore and/or its successors. “Minor” means a person under the age of 21.
MAS means Millers Authority Slip