Directional communication in evolved multiagent teams

@inproceedings{Pugh2014DirectionalCI,
  title={Directional communication in evolved multiagent teams},
  author={Justin K. Pugh and Skyler Goodell and Kenneth O. Stanley},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={2014}
}
The question of how to best design a communication architecture is becoming increasingly important for evolving autonomous multiagent systems. Directional reception of signals, a design feature of communication that appears in most animals, is present in only some existing artificial communication systems. This paper hypothesizes that such directional reception benefits the evolution of communicating autonomous agents because it simplifies the language required to express positional information… CONTINUE READING

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