A CASE FOR DOMAIN-INDEPENDENT DETERMINISTIC MULTIAGENT
AbstractThe notion of planning using multiple agents has been around since the very beginning of planning itself. It has been approached from various viewpoints especially in the multiagent systems community. Recently, domain-independent multiagent planning has gained more attention also in the automated planning community. In this paper, we shortly present the current state of the art, question some aspects of the research field and discuss the rising challenges.
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