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Cooperation and competition based on free market in swarm system architectures for air defense

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4 Author(s)
Melgar, I. ; Aerosp. Div., Sener Ing. y Sist. S.A., Spain ; Fombellida, J. ; Seijas, J. ; Quintana, F.

Algorithms to perform distributed command and control functions in ground based air defense systems of systems are presented and analyzed. In previous research we presented the benefits of using swarm architectures for this type of application in terms of no single point of failure, lower detectability and higher scalability. Here we propose some free market distributed algorithms based on the principles of negotiation and competition among the swarm of agents performing air defense missions. In our research, parameter optimization as well as experimental results in tactical scenarios are obtained through simulation.

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Industrial Electronics, 2009. IECON '09. 35th Annual Conference of IEEE

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3-5 Nov. 2009