Tradeoffs in Decision-Making Frameworks and Interaction Styles

K. Suzanne Barber, Matt MacMahon, and Cheryl E. Martin

This research analyzes the performance of individual agents and groups of agents in different Decision-Making Frameworks across a variety of situations. A Decision- Making Framework (DMF) specifies how a set of agents interacts when determining how a set of goals should be achieved (Barber and Martin, 2001). A Decision-Making Framework is (1) the decision-making control set - which agents make decisions about the goals, (2) the authorityover set - which agents must carry out the decisions, and (3) the set of goals under consideration. The experiment domain is naval radar interference management.


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