By Gerhard Weiß (auth.), Gerhard Weiß, Sandip Sen (eds.)
This e-book relies at the workshop on variation and studying in Multi-Agent platforms, held along with the overseas Joint convention on synthetic Intelligence, IJCAI'95, in Montreal, Canada in August 1995.
The 14 completely reviewed revised papers mirror the entire scope of present points within the box: they describe and examine, either experimentally and theoretically, new studying and adaption techniques for occasions within which numerous brokers need to cooperate or compete. additionally integrated, and geared toward the beginner reader, are a accomplished introductory survey at the zone with 154 references indexed and a subject matter index. because the first booklet completely dedicated to this zone, this quantity records the state-of-the-art and is therefore fundamental for someone energetic or drawn to the field.
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Adaption and Learning in Multi-Agent Systems: IJCAI'95 Workshop Montréal, Canada, August 21, 1995 Proceedings by Gerhard Weiß (auth.), Gerhard Weiß, Sandip Sen (eds.)