A market-based formulation of sensor-actuator network coordination

@inproceedings{Gerkey2002AMF,
  title={A market-based formulation of sensor-actuator network coordination},
  author={Brian P. Gerkey and Maja J. Mataric},
  booktitle={AAAI 2002},
  year={2002}
}
That is, the system operates most efficiently when the individuals involved act autonomously based on local information. Given the scale at which such economies operate, the problem of coordinating the actions of all the participants would be intractable without this compartmentalization of data and control. However, it is not the case that there is no communication at all, for without any transfer of information there could be no coordinated activity in the system. Rather the participants in… CONTINUE READING

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