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README.md

Fundamentals of Multiagent Systems

Using NetLogo Examples

by

Jose M Vidal

The goal of this book is to cover all the material that a competent multiagent practitioner or researcher should be familiar with. Of course, since this is a relatively new field the list of required material is still growing and there is some uncertainty as to what are the most important ideas. I have chosen to concentrate on the theoretical aspects of multiagent systems since these ideas have been around for a long time and are important for a wide variety of applications. I have stayed away from technological issues because these are evolving very fast.

The book is linked to a large number of sample NetLogo programs. These programs are meant to be used by the reader as an aid in understanding emergent decentralized behaviors.

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The book is written in LaTeX and compiles with the following set of commands:

pdflatex mas
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pdflatex mas
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These generate a new mas.pdf file.