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Agent Reasoning Based On Trust And Reputation

SAMEK, J. ZBOŘIL, F.

Originální název

Agent Reasoning Based On Trust And Reputation

Anglický název

Agent Reasoning Based On Trust And Reputation

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en

Originální abstrakt

In the area of intelligent systems development some deterministic or nondeterministic decision algorithms and mechanisms should be used to enable agents to behave intelligently. We are trying to enhance agent reasoning and especially agent decision making with a usage of trust and reputation of particular intelligent elements (agents) as well as some social groups. There can be large agent societies, where collaboration between agents is the best way and sometime the only possibility to achieve non-trivial goals. Often it is very difficult to find best counterparts for collaboration. Our approach works with trust and reputation principles which are inspired from realworld societies and we try to shift them into artificial societies to make their interaction and cooperation more effective.

Anglický abstrakt

In the area of intelligent systems development some deterministic or nondeterministic decision algorithms and mechanisms should be used to enable agents to behave intelligently. We are trying to enhance agent reasoning and especially agent decision making with a usage of trust and reputation of particular intelligent elements (agents) as well as some social groups. There can be large agent societies, where collaboration between agents is the best way and sometime the only possibility to achieve non-trivial goals. Often it is very difficult to find best counterparts for collaboration. Our approach works with trust and reputation principles which are inspired from realworld societies and we try to shift them into artificial societies to make their interaction and cooperation more effective.

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@inproceedings{BUT33774,
  author="Jan {Samek} and František {Zbořil}",
  title="Agent Reasoning Based On Trust And Reputation",
  annote="In the area of intelligent systems development some deterministic or
nondeterministic decision algorithms and mechanisms should be used to enable
agents to behave intelligently. We are trying to enhance agent reasoning and
especially agent decision making with a usage of trust and reputation of
particular intelligent elements (agents) as well as some social groups. There can
be large agent societies, where collaboration between agents is the best way and
sometime the only possibility to achieve non-trivial goals. Often it is very
difficult to find best counterparts for collaboration. Our approach works with
trust and reputation principles which are inspired from realworld societies and
we try to shift them into artificial societies to make their interaction and
cooperation more effective.",
  address="ARGE Simulation News",
  booktitle="Proceedings MATHMOD 09 Vienna - Full Papers CD Volume",
  chapter="33774",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="ARGE Simulation News",
  year="2009",
  month="february",
  pages="538--544",
  publisher="ARGE Simulation News",
  type="conference paper"
}