Multi-Agent Systems
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Type: Course

[Course] Dix, Jurgen (2005) Multi-Agent Systems.

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Within this course, we propose to consider agents and Multi-Agent Systems in a systematic way. What are agents? What are important properties of agents in a system? What are the mechanisms that rule the behavior of "natural" agents (i.e. humans and animals)? Last but not least: how can we use agent technology to successfully implement complex systems? The answers incorporate elements of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Game Theory, Decision Theory, Mathematical Logic, Network Architecture and Concurrency Theory.

Level of Course: BSc
Status of Course: Running
Average Number of Students: 35
Length of Course: 1 semester
Lecturers: Dix, Jurgen
Deposited by Prof. Dr. Jurgen Dix on 11 October 2005

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