Dirección de investigación : Jean-Pierre BRIOT Co-supervisión : GUYOT Paul
Utilisation d’agents assistants pour l’analyse et la prise de décision pour la gestion participative
The use of the coupled approach Multi-Agent Systems and Role-Playing Games (MAS/RPG) and its evolutions, such as the Participatory Simulation and Games and Multi-Agent-Based Simulations, has been aplied in many scenarios to study and investigate diverses hypotheses concerning, in most cases, the uses and simulations of natural resources and social interactions.
This thesis was carried out as part of the SimParc project, which focuses on the management of natural parks. The main goal of this project is to conceive an epistemic computer-based tool in order to promote training, education, and research for park’s managers, park councils’ members, and other interested. This thesis concerns the author’s work and contribution to some scientific and technical problems illustrated by this project.
More precisely, this monography presents some prototypes developed in this project and the computational agents used in experiments. The author also highlights the importance of computational assistant agents in such experiments and the use of a non-intrusive assistance during the game’s negotiation step.
Defensa : 15/03/2010 - 10h - Site Passy-Kennedy - salle 549 miembros del jurado : Jean-Pierre BRIOT LIP6, CNRS-UPMC
François BOUSQUET, CIRAD-Montpellier, [Rapporteur]
Jean-Paul SANSONNET, LIMSI-CNRS, [Rapporteur]
Amal EL FALLAH SEGHROUCHNI LIP6, CNRS-UPMC
Jean-François PERROT, LIP6, CNRS-UPMC
Paul Guyot, Semiocast
J.‑P. Briot, V. Sebba Patto, E. Vasconcelos, D. Adamatti, A. Sordoni, G. Melo, M. Irving, C. Lucena : “A Computer-based Support for Participatory Management of Protected Areas: The SimParc Project”, Proceedings of the 1st Workshop of Applied Computing for the Management of the Environment and Natural Resources -- Anais do I Workshop de Computação Aplicada à Gestão do Meio Ambiente e Recursos Naturais (WCAMA'09), Bento Gonçalves, RS, Brazil, pp. 1337-1346, (Sociedade Brasileira de Computação (SBC)) (2009)