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Title: Graphical modeling of asymmetric games and value of information in multi-agent decision systems
Keywords: Multi-agent Decision Systems, Asymmetric Multi-agent Influence Diagrams, Value of Information
Issue Date: 25-Apr-2008
Citation: WANG XIAOYING (2008-04-25). Graphical modeling of asymmetric games and value of information in multi-agent decision systems. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: MAIDs do not turn out to be more concise than extensive form trees in representing an asymmetric problem in multi-agent systems. In this work, a new graphical model called Asymmetric Multi-agent Influence Diagrams (AMAIDs) is proposed to represent asymmetric decision problems in multi-agent decision systems. This framework extends MAIDs to represent asymmetric problems more compactly while not losing the advantages of MAIDs. Little research has been done on Value of information (VOI) in the multi-agent decision systems. Works on games have discussed value of information based on game theory. This thesis opens the discussion of VOI based on the graphical representation of multi-agent decision problems and tries to unravel the properties of VOI from the structure of the graphical models. Two types of information value in multi-agent decision systems are discussed, namely Nature Information and Moving Information.
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