Variable Sociability in Agent-Based Decision Making

@inproceedings{Hogg1999VariableSI,
  title={Variable Sociability in Agent-Based Decision Making},
  author={Lisa Hogg and Nicholas R. Jennings},
  booktitle={ATAL},
  year={1999}
}
Multi-agent system research is concerned with the issues surrounding the performance of collections of interacting agents. A major concern, therefore, is with the design of the decision making mechanism that the individual agents employ in order to determine which actions to take to achieve their goals. An attractive and much sought after property of this mechanism is that it produces decisions that are rational from the perspective of the individual agent. However, agents are also inherently… CONTINUE READING

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