This paper focuses on two main research topics we are investigating. First, we investigate how agents can learn strategic behavior in a teacher-learner model. The notion of the teacher here should be understood as a "trainer". We present the general teacher-learner model together with results from experiments performed in the traffic lights domain. Second, we investigate how agents can learn to become experts, and eventually organize themselves appropriately for a range of tasks. The model is based on evolutionary processes that lead to organizations of experts. In our case, the organization emerges as a step prior to the execution of a task, and as a general process related to a range of problems in a domain. To explore these ideas, we designed and implemented a testbed based on the idea of the game of Life.
|Original language||American English|
|Number of pages||3|
|State||Published - 1997|
|Event||1997 AAAI Fall Symposium - Cambridge, United States|
Duration: 8 Nov 1997 → 10 Nov 1997
|Conference||1997 AAAI Fall Symposium|
|Period||8/11/97 → 10/11/97|
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