Qualitative Coalitional Reasoning with Preferences

@inproceedings{Dunne2004QualitativeCR,
  title={Qualitative Coalitional Reasoning with Preferences},
  author={Paul E. Dunne and Michael Wooldridge},
  year={2004}
}
Qualitative coalitional games ( QCGs) are a variation of conventional coalitional games in which each coalition may choose to cooperate in a number of different ways, with different choices resulting in potential ly different sets of goals being achieved; each agent is associated with a set of goals, the intuition being that an agent is “satisfied” if any of its goals are achieve d, but is indifferent between them. In this paper, we extend the framework of QCGs to incorporate preferencesthat… CONTINUE READING

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