By Jürgen Schmidhuber (auth.), Daniel Kudenko, Dimitar Kazakov, Eduardo Alonso (eds.)
Adaptive brokers and multi-agent platforms is an rising and interesting interdisciplinary region of analysis and improvement related to synthetic intelligence, software program engineering, and developmental biology, in addition to cognitive and social science.
This e-book provides 17 revised and thoroughly reviewed papers taken from workshops at the subject in addition to 2 invited papers through top researchers within the zone. The papers take care of numerous facets of computer studying, model, and evolution within the context of agent structures and self reliant agents.
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To this end, we have constructed an artiﬁcial-life environment in which a society of learning agents uses speech to direct others to resources vital to survival using the same underlying computational mechanism as they use to navigate. This diﬀers from previous work in the ﬁeld of simulating language evolution by viewing language as tool with a particular purpose rather than an abstract method of information coding. We discuss the altruistic nature of this activity and evaluate the beneﬁts this brings to the community by measuring the diﬀerence in performance between populations of agents able to communicate and those unable to do so.
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Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems II: Adaptation and Multi-Agent Learning by Jürgen Schmidhuber (auth.), Daniel Kudenko, Dimitar Kazakov, Eduardo Alonso (eds.)