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By Jürgen Schmidhuber (auth.), Daniel Kudenko, Dimitar Kazakov, Eduardo Alonso (eds.)

Adaptive brokers and multi-agent platforms is an rising and interesting interdisciplinary region of study and improvement regarding synthetic intelligence, software program engineering, and developmental biology, in addition to cognitive and social science.

This ebook provides 17 revised and punctiliously reviewed papers taken from workshops at the subject in addition to 2 invited papers by way of top researchers within the quarter. The papers care for a number of elements of laptop studying, variation, and evolution within the context of agent platforms and self reliant agents.

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