Multi-Agent Model to Control Production System: A Reactive and Emergent Approach by Cooperation and Competition between Agents

Abstract : Face to strong competitive market, current companies tend to new methods of production, switching from a logic of \llprojected planning\gg to a logic of ``Just in time''. In this context, the system that allows controlling the production has to be a modular, flexible and reactive system. The hierarchized and classical approaches don't permit any more to take into account the complexity linked to such a system. That's why, we propose an approach, which has reactive, distributive, and emergent properties to control the system of production, based on multi-agent system principles. After having introduced the context and reasoning work, we describe the different parts of our multi-agent model. Lastly, we illustrate this approach on a practical example of production cell.
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Mahmoud Tchikou, Eric Gouarderes. Multi-Agent Model to Control Production System: A Reactive and Emergent Approach by Cooperation and Competition between Agents. 3rd International Symposium on Multi-Agent Systems, Large Complex Systems, and E-Businesses, MALCEB, 2002, Erfurt, Germany. pp.480-494. ⟨hal-01912944⟩

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