Hojjat Ghaderi

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A team of agents is jointly able to achieve a goal if despite any incomplete knowledge they may have about the world or each other, they still know enough to be able to get to a goal state. Unlike in the single-agent case, the mere existence of a working plan is not enough as there may be several incompatible working plans and the agents may not be able to(More)
The coordination of teams of cooperating but autonomous agents is a core problem in multiagent systems research. A team of agents is <i>jointly able</i> to achieve a goal if despite any incomplete knowledge or even false beliefs that they may have about the world or each other, they still know enough to be able to get to a goal state, should they choose to(More)
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