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CEC
2005
IEEE
13 years 8 months ago
The emergence of cooperation among agents using simple fixed bias tagging
AbstractThe principle of cooperation influences our everyday lives. This conflict between individual and collective rationality can be modelled through the use of social dilemmas...
Enda Howley, Colm O'Riordan
ATAL
2008
Springer
13 years 4 months ago
Tags and image scoring for robust cooperation
Establishing and maintaining cooperation is an enduring problem in multi-agent systems and, although several solutions exist, the increased use of online trading systems, peerto-p...
Nathan Griffiths
AAAI
2000
13 years 3 months ago
Inter-Layer Learning Towards Emergent Cooperative Behavior
As applications for artificially intelligent agents increase in complexity we can no longer rely on clever heuristics and hand-tuned behaviors to develop their programming. Even t...
Shawn Arseneau, Wei Sun, Changpeng Zhao, Jeremy R....
MABS
2004
Springer
13 years 7 months ago
Change Your Tags Fast! - A Necessary Condition for Cooperation?
Since Holland (1993) introduced the concept of tags as a possible cooperation forming mechanism in evolving system (among other things) a number of tag models with intriguing, and ...
David Hales
CORR
2008
Springer
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13 years 2 months ago
Phase Transitions on Fixed Connected Graphs and Random Graphs in the Presence of Noise
In this paper, we study phase transition behavior emerging from the interactions among multiple agents in the presence of noise. We propose a simple discrete-time model in which a...
Jialing Liu, Vikas Yadav, Hullas Sehgal, Joshua M....