A Category-theoretic Approach to Organization-based Modeling of Multi Agent Systems on the Basis of Collective Phenomena and Organizations in Human Societies
This paper presents an idea of using category theory for developing organizational multi-agent systems taking inspiration from collective phenomena and organizations in human societies. Category theory is used for studying and formalizing organizations and collective phenomena in human societies with the aim of capturing their logics into categorical models. Afterward, the captured models are mapped categorically to categorical MAS organizational models. This way of thinking allows studying properties of result MAS organizational models as well as properties of organizations in human societies such as stability and adaptation before taking them as landmarks for developing MAS organizational models.
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