Ayumi Sugiyama

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With the development of robot technology, we can expect self-propelled robots working in large areas where cooperative and coordinated behaviors by multiple (hardware and software) robots are necessary. However, it is not trivial for agents, which are control programs running on robots, to determine the actions for their cooperative behaviors, because such(More)
This paper proposes an effective autonomous task allocation method that can achieve efficient cooperative work by divisional cooperation in multi-agent contexts. Computer and network technology has enabled agents/robots to behave autonomously and to be used in a variety of applications such as cleaning and security patrolling. However, to cover large(More)
This paper proposes a task allocation method in which, although social utility is attempted to be maximized, agents also give weight to individual preferences based on their own specifications and capabilities. Due to the recent advances in computer and network technologies, many services can be provided by appropriately combining multiple types of(More)
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