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Running Agent-based-models Simulations Synchronized with Reality to Control Transport Systems
Chaile Alfaro, Ismael Fabricio (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Microelectrònica i Sistemes Electrònics)
Ribas i Xirgo, Lluís (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Microelectrònica i Sistemes Electrònics)

Fecha: 2017
Resumen: Adaptable, flexible and evolvable manufacturing systems and warehouses are so complex to manage that control systems have to be divided into several aspects. One of these is internal transportation, which has to do with all tasks involved in fulfilling a set of so-called transportation orders, i. e. commands to collect and deliver material from origin to destination spots. A common approach to design the controllers for these applications begins by modeling them as multi-agent systems and continues to final deployment through a cascade of transformations. To minimize development costs of internal transportation controllers, we have proposed a model of construction that includes components that synchronize the events from reality simulation and the ones from actual reality. By using these \textit{synchronizers}, further development is required only for those parts of the initial multi-agent controller models with real counterparts. In this paper, we review the model and the architecture of the proposed internal transportation system controllers and we illustrate the whole design process through the development of a controller for an automated laboratory. Indirectly, we prove the validity of the architecture and of its key component, the synchronizers.
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Lengua: Anglès.
Documento: article ; recerca ; acceptedVersion
Materia: Agent-Based Modeling ; Multi-Agent Systems ; Agent-Based Control Systems ; Transportation Control ; Real-Time Systems ; Multi-Robot Synchronization
Publicado en: Automatika, Vol. 57, Num. 2 (January 2017) , p. 452-465, ISSN 0005-1144

DOI: 10.7305/automatika.2016.10.1243


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