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By Michael Y. K. Cheng, Robin Cohen (auth.), Luc Lamontagne, Mario Marchand (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the nineteenth convention of the Canadian Society for Computational stories of Intelligence, Canadian AI 2006, held in Qu?bec urban, Qu?bec, Canada in June 2006.

The ebook provides forty seven revised complete papers, rigorously reviewed and chosen from 220 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on brokers, bioinformatics, constraint delight and disbursed seek, wisdom illustration and reasoning, average language, reinforcement studying and, supervised and unsupervised studying. contains CD-ROM.

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Although agents can belong to multiple coalitions at the same time, agents execute one task at a time. The task allocation process is completed prior to the execution of the tasks. , they form coalition to increase the system’s payoff. Sandholm et. al. [4] analyze coalition formation among self-interested agents who are bounded-rational. They consider deliberation cost in terms of monetary cost. The agents’ payoffs A Pruning-Based Algorithm 10 50 10 23 10 10 Elapsed Time for Generating Partitions by Our Algorithm 10 8 No of Coalition Structures by Exhaustive Search 10 10 10 30 10 No of Coalition Structures by Our Algorithm 20 10 10 10 10 0 0 10 30 20 Number of Agents 40 6 4 2 10 50 Elapsed Time For Generating Optimal Coalition Structures Number of Coalition Structures Elapsed Time for Generating Partitions by Exhaustive Search 40 0 Fig.

Intell. 111 (1999) 209–238 4. : Coalition Formation among Bounded Rational Agents. 14th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (1995) 662–669 5. : Formation of overlapping coalitions for precedence-ordered task-execution among autonomous agents. In: ICMAS-96. (1996) 330–337 6. : Satisficing coalition formation among agents. In: Proceedings of the first international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems, ACM Press (2002) 1062–1063 7. : Task allocation via coalition formation among autonomous agents.

Baeijs [14] used agents to solve spatial conflicts during the map generation process. Duchêne [15] used agents in order to generate automatically new data using predefined sequences of spatial transformations. Other authors proposed a web-based Using Multiagent Systems to Improve Real-Time Map Generation 41 map information retrieval technique to search for geographical information using agents [16]. However, the main research work that investigated the automatic map generation process using multiagent systems was the AGENT2 project.

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