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Research On Multi-Agent Theory And Application On Shipboard Artillery System

Posted on:2006-03-29Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y J YanFull Text:PDF
GTID:2132360185466670Subject:Control theory and control engineering
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Shipboard Artillery System is an important component of Ship-borne Weapon System, it undertakes various fight missions. Our research work is centered on the "software control" technique. What "software control" technique means is to implement command and control of the Shipboard Artillery System by software, "software control" makes the system more autonomous and more intelligent.An agent with human being properties such as autonomy, sociality, adaptability and intelligence can act as a human. With the development of information infrastructure, high intelligentized, high reliable, quickly adaptive and networked systems are the goals of the application. According with agent's properties these goals stimulate research work in agent theory and application.First, we import Agent Oriented Time Petri Net to simplify the scale of the system's model. After analysis of the model, we know more about the working flow of system.Therefore, we propose a hierarchical multi- agent system model which makes the system have a good expandability and reusing proprty. We specify and descript the multi-agent system model by three models: organization model, function model, information model.Based on the model above, we do some primary research on cooperation mechanism. Because in shipboard artillery system, the task is real-time and the equipment is limited, the cooperation mechanism is conditioning on time restricting, and centering on distributing equipments rationally, then finding a optimal strategy.The application of Multi-agent theory makes the system more coorperative and reconstructive. This technique can be applied in Shipboard Weapon System, too.
Keywords/Search Tags:Shipboard Artillery System, Petri net, Multi-Agent, cooperation mechanism
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