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Industrial Process Optimisation with JIAC (Demonstration)

A demonstration how JIAC V is used in a research project application will be held during AAMAS 2013 in St. Paul, MN, USA. The demonstration shows an application that attempts to optimize the energy consumption during industrial production processes, which is built upon the JIAC V framework. The demonstration will be held on May 9th, 10-12 am. A paper describing the demonstration is available with the AAMAS proceedings.

Authors: Marco Lützenberger, Tobias Küster, Thomas Konnerth, Alexander Thiele, Nils Masuch, Axel Heßler, Jan Keiser, Michael Burkhardt, Silvan Kaiser, Jakob Tonn, Sahin Albayrak

Abstract: In this demonstration we present the EnEffCo project as a showcase for the JIAC V agent framework. EnEffCo addresses the problem of optimising energy consumption in industrial production processes. As the optimisation of the processes is handled by JIAC V agents, the project profits from a number of industry-grade software features of the JIAC V framework, such as stability, reliable communication, standard compatibility and management interfaces.

Source: Proceedings of the 12th International Conferences on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2013), Saint Paul, MN, United States of America.

JIAC Demo Poster

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