Efficient Task Collaboration with Execution Uncertainty

17 Sep 2015Dengji ZhaoSarvapali D. RamchurnNicholas R. Jennings

We study a general task allocation problem, involving multiple agents that collaboratively accomplish tasks and where agents may fail to successfully complete the tasks assigned to them (known as execution uncertainty). The goal is to choose an allocation that maximises social welfare while taking their execution uncertainty into account... (read more)

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