To Share or not to Share? The Single Agent in a Team Decision Problem

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Title: To Share or not to Share? The Single Agent in a Team Decision Problem
Author: Amir, Ofra; Grosz, Barbara J.; Stern, Roni

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Citation: Amir, Ofra, Barbara Grosz, and Roni Stern. "To Share or not to Share? The Single Agent in a Team Decision Problem." Presented at the 28th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Québec City, Québec, Canada, July 27-31, 2014.
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Abstract: This paper defines the "Single Agent in a Team Decision" (SATD) problem. SATD differs from prior multi-agent communication problems in the assumptions it makes about teammates' knowledge of each other's plans and possible observations. The paper proposes a novel integrated logical-decision-theoretic approach to solving SATD problems, called MDP-PRT. Evaluation of MDP-PRT shows that it outperforms a previously proposed communication mechanism that did not consider the timing of communication and compares favorably with a coordinated Dec-POMDP solution that uses knowledge about all possible observations.
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