A novel strategy for multiagent coalitions in a dynamic hostile world

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2007, 76 pp. 209 - 215
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One of the main underpinning of the multi-agent systems community is how and why autonomous agents should cooperate with one another. Several formal and computational models of cooperative work or coalition are currently developed and used within multi-agent systems research. The coalition facilitates the achievement of cooperation among different agents. In this paper, a mental construct called attitude is proposed and its significance in coalition formation in a dynamic fire world is discussed. It shows that coalitions explore the attitudes and behaviours that help agents to achieve goals that cannot be achieved alone or to maximize net group utility. © 2007 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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