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"Integration of ICT in clever businesses" offers the appropriate options and methodologies of data and conversation applied sciences, comparable to agent-based applied sciences, HUB, wisdom administration, GRID, and instant verbal exchange. This e-book covers those thoughts, whereas taking into consideration the present effects and outlining the developments in those fields, additionally introducing theories for the graceful operation and powerful regulate of clever enterprises in an built-in strategy. The authors of "Integration of ICT in clever firms" are researchers and professors with numerous years of business adventure, who percentage their leads to their quite a few fields of study.
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The agent is reactive, which means that it is capable of sensing its environment and acting on it. The agent can autonomously act in its environment and make decisions itself. The agent has design objectives and can decide itself how to achieve them. While taking the decisions the agent is not just passive, but can take initiatives towards its goals. The agent has social abilities and can interact with the actors in its environment. Agents as Building Blocks in Smart Organizations The above-mentioned characteristics make the agent concept an important element in modeling systems needed for smart organizations.
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