Adaptive decision-making frameworks for dynamic multi-agent organizational change

  title={Adaptive decision-making frameworks for dynamic multi-agent organizational change},
  author={Cheryl E. Martin and K. Suzanne Barber},
  journal={Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems},
This article presents a capability called Adaptive Decision-Making Frameworks (ADMF) and shows that it can result in significantly improved system performance across run-time situation changes in a multi-agent system. Specifically, ADMF can result in improved and more robust performance compared to the use of a single static decision-making framework (DMF). The ADMF capability allows agents to dynamically adapt the DMF in which they participate to fit their run-time situation as it changes. A… CONTINUE READING
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