Centralized Regulation of Social Exchanges Between Personality-Based Agents

@inproceedings{Dimuro2006CentralizedRO,
  title={Centralized Regulation of Social Exchanges Between Personality-Based Agents},
  author={Graçaliz Pereira Dimuro and Ant{\^o}nio Carlos da Rocha Costa and Luciano Vargas Gonçalves and Alexandre H{\"u}bner},
  booktitle={COIN@AAMAS/ECAI},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents a centralized mechanism for solving the coordination problem of personality-based multiagent systems from the point of view of social exchanges. The social exchanges are evaluated by the agents according to certain scales of exchange values. The agents may have different personality traits, which induce different attitudes towards both the regulation mechanism (blind obedience, eventual obedience etc.) and the possible profits of social exchanges (egoism, altruism etc.). A… CONTINUE READING
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