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Agent based decision support system for optimizing logistical processes in agricultural production

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5 Author(s)
Julian Quindt ; Institute of Computer Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Germany ; Eike Reetz ; Vanessa Kukuck ; Ralf Tönjes
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The KOMOBAR project utilizes a software agent based approach to create a decision support system for the purpose of optimizing logistic processes in the agricultural domain. This domain requires a flexible approach, which has the ability to work decentralized. The paper explains an architecture for software agent based decentralised decision support structures and discusses the problems of mobile networks in rural areas. It points out possible solutions for a transparent multi-hop routing mechanism including store-carry-forward solutions. Furthermore, the paper outlines the usage of web-based technology to facilitate platform independent system components and a broad variety of client-side devices.

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2011 9th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics

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26-29 July 2011