08461 Executive Summary – Planning in Multi-Agent Systems

Authors Jürgen Dix, Edmund H. Durfee, Cees Witteveen

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Jürgen Dix
Edmund H. Durfee
Cees Witteveen

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Jürgen Dix, Edmund H. Durfee, and Cees Witteveen. 08461 Executive Summary – Planning in Multi-Agent Systems. In Planning in Multiagent Systems. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 8461, pp. 1-3, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2009)


Planning in Multiagent Systems, or Multiagent Planning (MAP for short), considers the planning problem in the context of multiagent systems. It extends traditional AI planning to domains where multiple agents are involved in a plan and need to act together. Research in multiagent planning is promising for real-world problems: on one hand, AI planning techniques provide powerful tools for solving problems in single agent settings; on the other hand, multiagent systems, which have made significant progress over the past few years, are recognized as a key technology for tackling complex problems in realistic application domains. The motivation for this seminar is thus to bring together researchers working on these different fields in AI planning and multiagent systems to discuss the central topics mentioned above, to identify potential opportunities for coordination, and to develop benchmarks for future research in multiagent planning.
  • Multi-agent systems
  • AI-planning
  • coordination
  • robustness
  • temporal planning


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