multiagent distributed resource allocation simulator

MADRAS is a simulation platform for multiagent resource allocation.

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MADRAS can be used to compare the effects of different negotiation policies in multiagent systems. It can generate scenarios which describe different societies of agents with certain likes and dislikes of resources. It can simulate the negotiation between these agents and see whether the social welfare increases or not. Finally, it can visualize any of the results obtained. MADRAS was written in Java and is distributed under the terms of the GPL.

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MADRAS was written bij Hylke Buisman, Gijs Kruitbosch and Nadya Peek during an honours project at the University of Amsterdam. The project was supervised by Ulle Endriss.