Fuzzy Complex Assessment of Activities of the Agent in Multi-Agent System

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 658)


In article the technique of an fuzzy complex assessment of the agent in multi-agent system from a line item of efficiency of his activities is considered. It is set that overall performance of the agent depends on three principal components: level of professional competence of the agent, his personal qualities and emotional background. In a technique the approach integrating both expert estimates, and the actual data about results of operation of the agent in system is applied. The system of the indices which are best characterizing separate aspects of activity of the agent in multi-agent system is offered. At the same time the key characteristic is the level of his professional competence. The fuzzy complex assessment of activities of the agent in system gives the chance to reveal more and less effective agents that is important for further acceptance of administrative decisions.


Multi-agent system Intelligent agent Efficiency of activities Iinguistic variable Fuzzy logic Expert estimates 


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  1. 1.Tver State Technical UniversityTverRussia

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