Agent Compromises in Distributed Problem Solving

  title={Agent Compromises in Distributed Problem Solving},
  author={Yi Tang and Jiming Liu and Xiaolong Jin},
ERA is a multi-agent oriented method for solving constraint satisfaction problems [5]. In this method, agents make decisions based on the information obtained from their environments in the process of solving a problem. Each agent has three basic behaviors: least-move, better-move, and random-move. The random-move is the unique behavior that may help the multi-agent system escape from a local minimum. Although random-move is effective, it is not efficient. In this paper, we introduce the notion… CONTINUE READING
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