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Logic Programming for Multiagent Planning with Negotiation

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Logic Programming for Multiagent Planning with Negotiation
Multiagent planning deals with the problem of generating plans for multiple agents. It requires formalizing ways for the agents to interact and cooperate, in order to achieve their goals. One way for the agents to interact is through negotiations. Integration of negotiation in multiagent planning has not been extensively investigated and a systematic way for this task has yet to be found. We develop a generic model for negotiation in dynamic environments and apply it to generate joint-plans with negotiation for multiple agents. We identify the minimal requirements for such a model and propose a general scheme for one-to-one negotiations. This model of negotiation is instantiated to deal with dynamic knowledge of planning agents. We demonstrate how logic programming can be employed as a uniform platform to support both planning and negotiation, providing an ideal testbed for experimenting with multiagent planning with negotiations.
Tran Cao Son, Enrico Pontelli, Chiaki Sakama
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Updated 22 Nov 2009
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICLP
Authors Tran Cao Son, Enrico Pontelli, Chiaki Sakama
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