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A Hybrid Cellular Inference Network for Multi-Agent System Organization

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2 Author(s)
Lindahl, E.R. ; 21st Century Syst., Inc., Omaha, NE ; Qiuming Zhu

Multi-agent systems (MAS) must be able to ingest, correlate, and make decisions about disparate evidential sources. Our research on hybrid intrinsic cellular inference network (HICIN) provides a basis for developing reusable, partitionable, and distributable inference structures in an epistemic event-based space. The cellular regions of the inference space allow a gradation of belief measurements in a domain-specific hierarchy. Predicate annotations are encoded using WordNet-based ontology structure and standard synonym set labels, providing for disambiguation between subject domains while acting as a basis for domain specific partitioning of rule sets and belief regions.

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Integration of Knowledge Intensive Multi-Agent Systems, 2007. KIMAS 2007. International Conference on

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April 30 2007-May 3 2007