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Neugents

(NEUral aGENTS) Neural network agents from CA Technologies that are included in several of its products and available separately for predictive management. Using pattern recognition techniques, Neugents are used to predict system failures before they occur. See neural network.
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As IT environments continue to expand in size and complexity throughout the enterprise, the embedded Neugents technology enables substantially simplified operations and reduction in overhead through problem resolution and precise root-cause analysis.
(CA), the Islandia, N.Y., mission-critical business software company, calls its neural network application Neugents, or "software that can think."
Neugents, also known as neural learning agents, will provide the ability to predict future actions and events.
Platinum's application specific knowledge agents gather data on processes and components within critical applications, such as SAP AG's R/3 ERP suite, and pass that off to CAI's Neugents, which analyze that data and identify patterns and anomalies that could lead to deterioration in performance or failure altogether.
CA has made a major push into predictive analysis with new software agents, called Neugents, that use neural network technology to predict impending problems based on past performance data, giving managers time to take corrective action.
I-Storm will be able to exploit CA's innovative Neugents and visualization technology, enabling online retailers to quickly spot usage and buying patterns.
Also known as neural learning agents, neugents "monitor business processes and recognize sophisticated patterns in data and use this information to predict future opportunities and potential problems." For instance, a neugent could predict the late delivery of a scheduled shipment based on its observations of various factors from raw materials availability to financial difficulties at the carrier.