Belief Revision Process based on Trust : Simulation Experiments

@inproceedings{Barber2001BeliefRP,
  title={Belief Revision Process based on Trust : Simulation Experiments},
  author={K. Suzanne Barber and Joonoo Kim},
  year={2001}
}
This paper introduces a multi-agent belief revision algorithm based on belief networks. The algorithm utilizes knowledge about reliability or trustworthiness of information sources to generate the most probable perspective of the system. Incorporating reliability information into belief revision mechanisms is essential for agents in real world multi-agent systems where information sources with various levels of reliability are present. Modeling the quality of incoming information is useful… CONTINUE READING
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