Agent Modeling Platform
AMP provides extensible frameworks and exemplary tools for representing, editing, generating, executing and visualizing agent models.
Agent models share characteristics with object models, but are:
- Spatial: Models have explicit environment(s) in which agents interact. (An environment need not be a physical landscape; other examples of spatial relationships include social networks or positions within a logic system.)
- Temporal: Models change over discrete units of time.
- Autonomous: Agent behaviors are activated independently from other object requests.
- Heterogenous: Agents may share behavior definitions but have apparent and distinct states and behaviors.
- Collective: Models contain large communities of agents which exhibit collaborative and competitive behaviors.
- Emergent: Agents have collective macro-behaviors that are non-obvious from agent micro-specifications.