An agent-based decision support system for ecological-medical situation analysis
Fernández Caballero, Antonio
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This paper presents an architecture of an agent-based decision support system (ADSS) for ecological-medical situation assessment. The system receives statistical information in form of direct and indirect pollution indicator values. The ultimate goal of the modeled multi-agent system (MAS) is to evaluate the impact of the exposure to pollutants in population health. The proposed ADSS interacts with humans in real-time ?what-if? scenarios, providing the user with evidence for optimal decision making. A detailed description of all the agents and their BDI (beliefs, desires, intentions) cards is presented.