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Problem structure and subproblem sharing in multi-agent systems
Proceedings International Conference on Multi Agent Systems (Cat. No.98EX160)
In multi-agent problem-solving systems in which agents work asynchronously and in parallel on parts of a problem distributed among them, subproblem communication and integration protocols can have a major impact on problem solving efficiency. Transmitting too soon can necessitate having to "take back" transmitted partial solutions, wasting communication and processing time. Transmitting too late can complicate integration of partial solutions derived independently. The trade-off between thesedoi:10.1109/icmas.1998.699047 dblp:conf/icmas/MammenL98 fatcat:sujnmt6yu5appbnp6km5odchvq