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Analysing the behaviour of robot teams through relational sequential pattern mining

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Analysing the behaviour of robot teams through relational sequential pattern mining
This report outlines the use of a relational representation in a Multi-Agent domain to model the behaviour of the whole system. A desired property in this systems is the ability of the team members to work together to achieve a common goal in a cooperative manner. The aim is to define a systematic method to verify the effective collaboration among the members of a team and comparing the different multi-agent behaviours. Using external observations of a Multi-Agent System to analyse, model, recognize agent behaviour could be very useful to direct team actions. In particular, this report focuses on the challenge of autonomous unsupervised sequential learning of the team's behaviour from observations. Our approach allows to learn a symbolic sequence (a relational representation) to translate raw multi-agent, multi-variate observations of a dynamic, complex environment, into a set of sequential behaviours that are characteristic of the team in question, represented by a set of sequenc...
Grazia Bombini, Raquel Ros, Stefano Ferilli, Ramon
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Grazia Bombini, Raquel Ros, Stefano Ferilli, Ramon López de Mántaras
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