Task delegation using experience-based multi-dimensional trust

@inproceedings{Griffiths2005TaskDU,
  title={Task delegation using experience-based multi-dimensional trust},
  author={Nathan Griffiths},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2005}
}
Cooperation among autonomous agents involves an inherent degree of uncertainty. Agents determine for themselves when to initiate cooperation or to assist others, when to rescind commitments, and how to conduct cooperative tasks. For example, an agent may delay the execution of a cooperative task, execute it to a reduced quality, or simply fail to complete it. In this paper, we describe how experience-based trust can be used to minimise the risk associated with cooperation. In particular we… CONTINUE READING
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