Self-organizing software systems with distributed artificial intelligence
This article considers a problem of securing the coexistence of predator and prey species under the conditions of the closed artificial world of digital organisms. A new scheme of relations is proposed between digital organism species, in which the predator eliminates only a prey species progeny at a larval stage. It is shown that in this case, long-term coexistence between the predator and the prey is possible. The results are necessary for creating software systems with distributed artificial intelligence, that are capable of self-management and self-organization.
Keywordsdistributed computer systems self-organization artificial intelligence communities of dig-ital organisms
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