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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Sensing Emergence in Complex Systems
Author(s): Niazi, Muaz A K
Hussain, Amir
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Keywords: Event detection
Multiagent systems
Agent-based simulation
complex adaptive system
cognitive sensor network
Wireless sensor network
Computer simulation
Simulation methods
Computer networks
Issue Date: Oct-2011
Date Deposited: 28-Sep-2011
Citation: Niazi MAK & Hussain A (2011) Sensing Emergence in Complex Systems. IEEE Sensors Journal, 11 (10), pp. 2479-2480.;
Abstract: We propose the Sensing of Emergent behavior in a Complex Adaptive System (SECAS), an extension of our previous work Formal Agent Based Simulation Framework (FABS). Using aggregated data from an array of proximity sensors, SECAS allows for the detection of complex behavior such as flocking of mobile robots or life forms. For validation, we develop an agentbased simulation model. Extensive simulation experiments using a wide range of randomly deployed sensors demonstrate the effectiveness of SECAS in the sensing of flocking.
DOI Link: 10.1109/JSEN.2011.2142303
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