By Krzysztof Socha, Joshua Knowles, Michael Sampels (auth.), Marco Dorigo, Gianni Di Caro, Michael Sampels (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd overseas Workshop on Ant Algorithms, ANTS 2002, held in Brussels, Belgium in September 2002.
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Min and Θmax are the values for the lower and the upper limit of the thresholds. The threshold value Θa,j represents the level of specialization of machine a in task j. The tasks in the system send to all the machines a stimulus Sj which is equal to the length of time the job is already waiting to be assigned to a machine. Given the stimulus Sj and the corresponding threshold Θa,j the agent a will bid for job j with probability: P (Θa,j , Sj ) = 1 Sj2 2 . Sj2 + Θa,j (3) The model and the equations of this section are taken from, and described in more detail by, Cicirello et al.
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Ant Algorithms: Third International Workshop, ANTS 2002 Brussels, Belgium, September 12–14, 2002 Proceedings by Krzysztof Socha, Joshua Knowles, Michael Sampels (auth.), Marco Dorigo, Gianni Di Caro, Michael Sampels (eds.)