Constraining Information Sharing to Improve Cooperative Information Gathering

  title={Constraining Information Sharing to Improve Cooperative Information Gathering},
  author={Igor Rochlin and David Sarne},
  journal={J. Artif. Intell. Res.},
This paper considers the problem of cooperation between self-interested agents in acquiring better information regarding the nature of the different options and opportunities available to them. By sharing individual findings with others, the agents can potentially achieve a substantial improvement in overall and individual expected benefit. Alas, when it comes to self-interested agents, it is well known that equilibrium considerations often dictate solutions that are far from the fully… CONTINUE READING

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