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JAIR
2008
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Learning to Reach Agreement in a Continuous Ultimatum Game
It is well-known that acting in an individually rational manner, according to the principles of classical game theory, may lead to sub-optimal solutions in a class of problems nam...
Steven de Jong, Simon Uyttendaele, Karl Tuyls
IJCAI
1989
10 years 28 days ago
Negotiation and Task Sharing Among Autonomous Agents in Cooperative Domains
Research in Distributed Artificial Intelligence is concerned with how automated agents can be designed to interact effectively. One important capability that could aid inter-agent...
Gilad Zlotkin, Jeffrey S. Rosenschein
ATAL
2008
Springer
10 years 1 months ago
Artificial agents learning human fairness
Recent advances in technology allow multi-agent systems to be deployed in cooperation with or as a service for humans. Typically, those systems are designed assuming individually ...
Steven de Jong, Karl Tuyls, Katja Verbeeck
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