Friedrich Burkhard von der Osten

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The Theory of Mind provides a framework for an agent to predict the actions of adversaries by building an abstract model of their strategies using recursive nested beliefs. In this paper, we extend a recently introduced technique for opponent modelling based on Theory of Mind reasoning. Our extended multi-agent Theory of Mind model explicitly considers(More)
The sustainable use of common pool resources has become a significant global challenge. It is now widely accepted that specific mechanisms such as community-based management strategies, institutional responses such as resource privatization, information availability and emergent social norms can be used to constrain individual 'harvesting' to socially(More)
In this paper, we study the evolutionary dynamics of the public goods game where the population of mobile individuals is divided into separate groups. We extend the usual discrete strategy game, by introducing "conditional investors" who have a real-value genetic trait that determines their level of <i>risk aversion</i>, or willingness to invest into the(More)
Anticipatory Stigmergic Collision Avoidance (ASCA) is a reciprocal collision avoidance model in which agents interact by indicating intended future paths to other agents in their local environment. Other agents can then incorporate that information to guide their path planning decisions. Additionally, constraints such as restricted movements and noise are(More)
Reactive path planning to avoid collisions with moving obstacles enables more robust agent systems. However, many solutions assume that moving objects are passive; that is, they do not consider that the moving objects are themselves re-planning to avoid collisions, and thus may change their trajectory. In this paper we present a model, Anticipatory(More)
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