Toward Ubiquitous Satisficing Agent Control

Thomas Wagner, Victor Lesser

The dynamics and unpredictability of open environments pose a challenge to agent development. Agents operating in these environments must be able to adapt processing to the available resources and the current problem solving context. The ability to satisfice ubiquitously, in all aspects of agent problem solving, is the key to existing in these environments. Our work on satisficing agent control problem solving, i.e., multi-agent coordination and agent scheduling, serves as the foundation for our current focus on a holistic approach to satisficing agent control.


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