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Agent-Based Modelling and Simulations as an Integral Functionality of the Business Intelligence Framework

  • Vladimír BurešEmail author
  • Petr Blecha
  • Petr Tučník
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 538)

Abstract

The Business Intelligence concept has been subject of interest in the realm of computer science and business administration for several years. While various analytical tools have been developed and focus on historical data has represented the main stream of research, inclusion of simulations-based forecasts and predictions have been somehow neglected. Therefore, this paper introduces the business intelligence framework in association with agent-based simulations. Moreover, it supports it with the demonstration, in which particular functionality of the Broker agent is used. Finally, the paper also depicts possibilities of further research that can elaborate and further progress the use of agent-based simulations in business intelligence.

Keywords

Agent Broker Business intelligence Virtual economy Economic model 

Notes

Acknowledgement

The support of the FIM UHK Specific Research Project “SCM and Control of Markets and Production in Agent-based Computational Economics” is gratefully acknowledged.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Hradec KraloveHradec KraloveCzech Republic

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