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AI applications are increasingly moving to modular agents, i.e.,systems that independently handle parts of the problem based on smalllocally stored information (Grosz and Davis 1994), (Russell and Norvig 1995). Many suchagents minimize inter-agent communication by relying on changes in...
There is increasing use of combinations of modal logics in bothfoundational and applied research areas. This article provides anintroduction to both the principles of such combinations and to thevariety of techniques that have been developed for them. In addition,the article outlines many key...
Action coordination in multiagent systemsis a difficult task especially in dynamicenvironments. If the environment possessescooperation, least communication,incompatibility and local informationconstraints, the task becomes even moredifficult. Learning compatible action sequencesto achieve a...
Some commonly accepted statements concerning the basic fuzzy logicproposed by Lotfi Zadeh in 1965, have led to suggestions that fuzzy logicis not a logic in the same sense as classical bivalent logic. Thoseconsidered herein are: fuzzy logic generates results that contradictclassical logic, fuzzy...
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