Rapid response agents

Knight, Helen
May 2004
Engineer (00137758);5/1/2004, Vol. 293 Issue 7651, p12
Reports on the joint research program between BAE Systems and Southampton University, to develop an automated disaster response system that can assess emergencies and decide how best to deploy rescue services. Key features of the system; System's use of autonomous software agents and artificial intelligence techniques.


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