REVIEW OF METHODS FOR BUILDING AGENT SYSTEMS AND DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
This article presents data on the properties and features of agents’ behavior, ways of their communication and multi-agent systems based on them. Criteria for building decision support systems using modern tools, basic stages of designing and maintaining information repositories, technologies of operational and mining data analysis, as well as genetic algorithms and knowledge models in expert systems are considered. A set of tools is described that provide adequate reality forecasts that help to obtain the necessary information for making decisions in the conditions of market competition.
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