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By Yves Demazeau, Franco Zambonelli, Juan M. Corchado, Javier Bajo (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twelfth overseas convention on functional purposes of brokers and Multi-Agent structures, PAAMS 2014, held in Salamanca, Spain, in June 2014. The 12 revised complete papers and 14 brief papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty two submissions and are awarded including 19 demonstrations. The papers file at the software and validation of agent-based types, equipment, and applied sciences in a few key software components, together with: agent-oriented software program engineering, conversations, movement coordination and unmanned aerial automobiles, internet and repair structures, robotics exploration, clever towns and infrastructures, and social systems.

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In general, there are two main obstacles that interfere with successful full global map creation: ─ The limitations of local map merging methods. No local map merging method known by the authors detects the common areas of maps in all cases, even if they do exist. ─ Naturally persistent noise in the maps. The map inaccuracies make it hard or in some cases even impossible to set the parameters of the proposed method (distance threshold dmax and hypothesis acceptance threshold) so that all the acceptable mergings were accepted and all the wrong mergings were rejected.

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From several possible values the authors of this paper recommend to use the highest distance threshold that yields acceptable level of incorrect mergings. In this particular robot system the distance threshold dmax=2 should be used. The Figure 10 shows the average count of rejected hypotheses. In almost all configurations some hypotheses were rejected (in most of the configurations with 0% rejected hypotheses no hypotheses were proposed). 43% hypotheses, which were proposed by using local maps from the earlier stages of mapping, were rejected, when additional information about the environment was Reliable Multi-robot Map Merging of Inaccurate Maps 23 Fig.

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