AMAS

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AcronymDefinition
AMASAdvanced Materials and Structures
AMASActa Mathematicae Applicatae Sinica (journal; Springer-Verlag Co.)
AMASAdaptive Multi-Agent System (various meanings)
AMASAddress Matching Approval System (Australia Post)
AMASAcademy of Machinima Arts and Sciences
AMASAnti Malignin Antibody in Serum (cancer test)
AMASAustralian Microbeam Analysis Society (Australia)
AMASAssociation Marseillaise d'AStronomie (France)
AMASAustralian Medical Acupuncture Society
AMASAssociation of Manchester Allotment Societies (UK)
AMASAbbreviated Math Anxiety Scale
AMASAmerican Martial Arts Society
AMASApparel-Management Accounting System
AMASAuckland Martial Arts Supplies (New Zealand)
AMASAlaska Medical Assistant Society
AMASAutomated Monument Application System
AMASAutomated Maneuvering Attack System
AMASAdvanced Multimedia Authoring System
AMASAdlington Music and Arts Society (UK)
AMASAlgebraic Methodology and Software Technology
AMASAkron Magical Arts Society (Akron, Ohio)
AMASAutomated Materiel Acquisition System
AMASAdvanced Manned Aerial Scout
AMASAmerican Medical Allied Staffing
AMASAcquisition Management Automated System
AMASAviation Management Accounting System (US DOT)
AMASAVFUEL Management Accounting System
AMASAircraft Motion Analysis System
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(2003) Real-time Simulation for Flood Forecast: an Adaptive Multi-Agent System STAFF, Proceedings of the AISB'03 Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, pp.
A theory has been proposed (called AMAS for Adaptive Multi-Agent Systems) in which cooperation is the engine thanks to which the system self-organises for adapting to changes coming from its environment (see [2] and section 4.4.
Cooperation is thus viewed as the engine of adaptation according to the AMAS (Adaptive Multi-Agent System) theory [22].
Engineering Adaptive Multi-Agent Systems: The ADELFE Methodology.
ADELFE is devoted to the design of adaptive and cooperative multi-agent systems and relies on the AMAS theory "Adaptive Multi-Agent Systems".
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