Energy redistribution in autonomous hybridization of agent-based computing
Evolutionary multi-agent systems (EMAS) are very good at dealing with difficult, multi-dimensional problems. Currently, research is underway to improve this algorithm, giving even more freedom to agents not only in solving the problem but also in making decisions on the behavior of the algorithm. One way is to hybridize this algorithm with other existing algorithms creating Hybrid Evolutionary Multi Agent-System (HEMAS). Unfortunately, such connections generate problems in the form of an unbalanced energy level of agents who have made the decision to use such an improvement. One of the solutions is the mechanism of redistributing the agents' energy in the form of an operator. The article presents several proposals of redistribution operators along with numerous experimental results.
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