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Temporal Social Reasoning in Dynamic Multi-Agent Systems

Abstract : Much work have been done in the recent years on the dependence theory and on building social reasoning mechanisms in multi-agent systems. In this paper we are interested in time, which is a crucial dimension for multi-agent systems having to act in continuously changing environments. We define both temporal dependence networks and temporal social reasoning mechanisms for dynamic multi-agent systems. We illustrate these aspects through an application of supervision of a fleet of buses
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M.K. Allouche, Olivier Boissier, Claudette Sayettat. Temporal Social Reasoning in Dynamic Multi-Agent Systems. Fourth International Conference on MultiAgent Systems, Jul 2000, Boston, United States. pp. 23 - 30, ⟨10.1109/ICMAS.2000.858427⟩. ⟨emse-00758100⟩



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