ABS-FishCount: An Agent-Based Simulator of Underwater Sensors for Measuring the Amount of Fish
AbstractUnderwater sensors provide one of the possibilities to explore oceans, seas, rivers, fish farms and dams, which all together cover most of our planet’s area. Simulators can be helpful to test and discover some possible strategies before implementing these in real underwater sensors. This speeds up the development of research theories so that these can be implemented later. In this context, the current work presents an agent-based simulator for defining and testing strategies for measuring the amount of fish by means of underwater sensors. The current approach is illustrated with the definition and assessment of two strategies for measuring fish. One of these two corresponds to a simple control mechanism, while the other is an experimental strategy and includes an implicit coordination mechanism. The experimental strategy showed a statistically significant improvement over the control one in the reduction of errors with a large Cohen’s d effect size of 2.55. View Full-Text
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García-Magariño, I.; Lacuesta, R.; Lloret, J. ABS-FishCount: An Agent-Based Simulator of Underwater Sensors for Measuring the Amount of Fish. Sensors 2017, 17, 2606.
García-Magariño I, Lacuesta R, Lloret J. ABS-FishCount: An Agent-Based Simulator of Underwater Sensors for Measuring the Amount of Fish. Sensors. 2017; 17(11):2606.Chicago/Turabian Style
García-Magariño, Iván; Lacuesta, Raquel; Lloret, Jaime. 2017. "ABS-FishCount: An Agent-Based Simulator of Underwater Sensors for Measuring the Amount of Fish." Sensors 17, no. 11: 2606.
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