Partial Disclosure of Private Dependencies in Privacy Preserving Planning

14 Feb 2021 Rotem Lev Lehman Guy Shani Roni Stern

In collaborative privacy preserving planning (CPPP), a group of agents jointly creates a plan to achieve a set of goals while preserving each others' privacy. During planning, agents often reveal the private dependencies between their public actions to other agents, that is, which public action facilitates the preconditions of another public action... (read more)

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