Towards Multi-Agent Coordination in Cognitive Vision
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Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)

Jung, Bernhard and Petta, Paolo (2005) Towards Multi-Agent Coordination in Cognitive Vision. In: 1st Austrian Cognitive Vision Workshop (ACVW2005), 31 Jan 2005, Zell/Pram, Austria.

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This paper casts a simple cognitive vision design into a multi-agent framework and therein addresses the questions how and to what extent explicit consideration of coordination may affect the design and performance of such systems. We give a description of the evolution of our implementation, show how in it tracking and reasoning emerge out of the distributed interaction between component agents, describe individual agent capabilities and the conversation policies employed, and compare its performance to the one of the original design.

Deposited by DI Bernhard Jung on 31 May 2005

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