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Information Sharing in an Agent Organized Network Levi Barton
 

Summary: Information Sharing in an Agent Organized Network
Levi Barton
Utah State University
LeviB@cc.usu.edu
Vicki H. Allan
Utah State University
Vicki.Allan@usu.edu
Abstract
Coalition formation in social networks consisting of
a graph of interdependent agents allows many choices
of which task to select and with whom to partner in the
social network. Nodes represent agents and arcs
represent communication paths for requesting team
formation. Teams are formed in which each agent must
be connected to another agent in the team by an arc.
Agents communicate with agents within n network
links in their surrounding network. These agents are
considered part of an agent's local neighborhood.
Agents maintain a database of skills possessed by
agents in their local neighborhood. We introduce

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences