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Type of publication:Techreport
Entered by:JOSM
TitleExternal Influences in Agent Decision-Making
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Year published 2006
Month November
Keywords external influences,agent decision-making
Abstract
Agents that are acting in a multi-agent system can be influenced by other agents via interactions. At the same time agents are expected to be autonomous; they have control over their internal state and their behavior. Our claim is that autonomous agents should be aware of the external influences they are sensitive for. This paper describes different types of inter-agent influences and investigates their role in the reasoning process of an agent. We propose away to represent the experienced influences in the mental model of an agent. By doing so we provide the awareness of external influences and guarantee the autonomy requiremen of agents.
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van der Vecht, Bob
Meyer, Andre
Neef, Martijn
Dignum, Frank
Meyer, John-Jules
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