Correlated Q-Learning

@inproceedings{Greenwald2003CorrelatedQ,
  title={Correlated Q-Learning},
  author={Amy Greenwald and Keith Hall},
  booktitle={ICML},
  year={2003}
}
There have been several attempts to design multiagent Q-learning algorithms capable of learning equilibrium policies in general-sum Markov games, just as Q-learning learns optimal policies in Markov decision processes. We introduce correlated Q-learning, one such algorithm based on the correlated equilibrium solution concept. Motivated by a fixed point proof of the existence of stationary correlated equilibrium policies in Markov games, we present a generic multiagent Q-learning algorithm of… CONTINUE READING
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