A Multi-Agent Simulator is a software environment designed to model, simulate, and analyze the interactions and behaviors of multiple autonomous agents within a defined system or environment. Each agent operates independently, making decisions based on a set of rules or algorithms, and interacts with other agents and the environment according to predefined protocols or dynamics. These simulators are used in various fields to study complex systems and emergent phenomena.


Multi-Agent Simulator for Carbon Neutrality: The Technology the World Has Been Waiting For

Today, each country, government, and enterprise are urged to take effective action to fight against climate change; however, an efficient method has not been found. Even a way to accurately calculate Scope 3 carbon emissions has yet to be developed. The technology of a multi-agent simulator could be an essential step in solving worldwide challenges. We interviewed the researchers about the details of this technology.