Emergent Coordination through the Use of Cooperative State-Changing Rules

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Researchers in Distributed &tificial Intelligence have suggested that it would be worthwhile to isolate “aspects of cooperative behavior,” general rules that cause agents to act in ways conducive to cooperation. One kind of cooperative behavior is when agents independently alter the environment to make it easier for everyone to function effectively… (More)

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@inproceedings{Goldman1994EmergentCT, title={Emergent Coordination through the Use of Cooperative State-Changing Rules}, author={Claudia V. Goldman and Jeffrey S. Rosenschein}, booktitle={AAAI}, year={1994} }