AgentPolis is a fully agent-based platform for modeling multi-modal transportation systems. It comprises a high-performance discrete-event simulation core, a cohesive set of high-level abstractions for building extensible agent-based models and a library of predefined components frequently used in transportation and mobility models. Together with a suite of supporting tools, AgentPolis enables rapid prototyping and execution of data-driven simulations of a wide range of mobility and transportation phenomena. We illustrate the capabilities of the platform on a model of fare inspection in public transportation networks.

Detailed technical information about the framework is available on AgentPolis Wiki. NOTE: The framework is currently available on request. Binaries of the AgentPolis framework are available as part of the Flexible Mobility Services Testbed.

Publications

  • Michal Jakob, Zbynek Moler: Modular Framework for Simulation Modelling of Interaction-Rich Transport Systems. In 16th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (to appear). 2013.
  • Michal Jakob, Zbynek Moler, Antonin Komenda, Zhengyu Yin, Albert Xin Jiang, Matthew P. Johnson, Michal Pechoucek and Milind Tambe: AgentPolis: Towards a Platform for Fully Agent-based Modeling of Multi-Modal Transportation (Demonstration). In 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (to appear). 2012. PDF

Team

Michal Jakob (project leader, contact person), Zbynek Moler (lead developer) and Antonin Komenda

Publications

Papers

  • Michal Jakob, Zbynek Moler, Antonin Komenda, Zhengyu Yin, Albert Xin Jiang, Matthew P. Johnson, Michal Pechoucek and Milind Tambe: AgentPolis: Towards a Platform for Fully Agent-based Modeling of Multi-Modal Transportation (Demonstration). In 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. 2012.
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