AGENTS-BASED COMMODITY MARKET SIMULATION WITH JADE
Keywords: Agent, JADE, Java, fuzzy logic, Potato
AbstractA market of potato commodity for industry scale usage is engaging several types of actors. They are farmers, middlemen, and industries. A multi-agent system has been built to simulate these actors into agent entities, based on manually given parameters within a simulation scenario file. Each type of agents has its own fuzzy logic representing actual actors' knowledge, to be used to interpreting values and take appropriated decision of it while on simulation. The system will simulate market activities with programmed behaviors then produce the results as spreadsheet and chart graph files. These results consist of each agent's yearly finance and commodity data. The system will also predict each of next value from these outputs.
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Refianti, R., Mutiara, A. B., & Gunawan, H. (2013). AGENTS-BASED COMMODITY MARKET SIMULATION WITH JADE. Jurnal Sistem Informasi (Journal of Information System), 9(1), 37-44. https://doi.org/10.21609/jsi.v9i1.345
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