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|Title:||Using artificial intelligence to optimize intermodal networking of organizational agents within the digital economy|
|Authors:||Bahtizin, A. R.|
Bortalevich, V. Y.
Loginov, E. L.
Soldatov, Aleksey Ivanovich
|Keywords:||искусственный интеллект; оптимизация; цифровая экономика; суперсистемы; бизнес-модели; транзакции|
|Citation:||Using artificial intelligence to optimize intermodal networking of organizational agents within the digital economy / A. R. Bahtizin [et al.] // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. — 2019. — Vol. 1327 : Innovations in Non-Destructive Testing (SibTest 2019) : V International Conference, 26–28 June 2019, Yekaterinburg, Russia : [proceedings]. — [012042, 4 р.].|
|Abstract:||The problems of forming a digital economy supersystem have been analyzed by the authors using a key business model of sharing digital assets by organizational agents based on the convergence of telematic, computing and information services with the final output of a complex of managed digital objects to a new quality control based on the M2M principle integration. The integration of standardized network infrastructures allows the transformation of traditional linear-hierarchical chains of management transactions in a network of transactions of digital objects that perform intelligent interaction without human intervention through IP-like connections. The introduction of universal shells of any business process from the processing of primary data to processing in the deep region with the use of advanced multi-agent optimization algorithms of the next [after 3G] generation [based on 4G, 5G, etc.], implemented within the electronic micro-, meso-and macrocontent allows us to ensure the stability of the super system within the optimal values of the activities of controlled digital objects due to the increased possibilities of observation and control.|
|Appears in Collections:||Материалы конференций|
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