Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in by Miguel Lurgi, David Robertson (auth.), Stephen Cranefield,

By Miguel Lurgi, David Robertson (auth.), Stephen Cranefield, M. Birna van Riemsdijk, Javier Vázquez-Salceda, Pablo Noriega (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely reviewed joint post-conference lawsuits of 2 overseas workshops on Coordination, association, associations and Norms in Agent platforms, COIN@AAMAS 2011, held in Taipei, Taiwan in may perhaps 2011 and COIN@WI-IAT 2011, held in Lyon, France in August 2011. The 12 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously chosen for displays. The papers are equipped in topical sections on agent coordination, norm-aware agent reasoning, in addition to norm production and enforcement.

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When team members are dependent on each other for achieving a task, they are interdependent [16]. It is inefficient when two interdependent team members are separately trying to achieve a task that can easily be achieved by one team member. Therefore, interdependent team members need to coordinate their actions in order to achieve a good team performance. The better the actions of different team members are coordinated, the higher the performance of the team will be. S. Cranefield et al. ): COIN 2011, LNCS 7254, pp.

The team [33]. The concept of team assistance is relatively young, and we are not aware of explanation approaches for team assistant agents. In the third role, an agent acts as a (more or less) equal team member. In this role, an agent performs the reasoning and tasks of a human teammate. Virtual training is a field in which the behavior of agents in the role of an equal team member is explained. In virtual training, intelligent agents are used to play a trainee’s colleagues, opponents or team members.

Results of TMS as a determinant of performance are promising [1,21,25]. However, a real consensus among researchers on how to measure TMS is lacking. First, there is no commonly accepted theory on which components comprise TSM. Second, there are different ways to measure a team’s performance on these components. Shared Mental Models. Mental models refer to the internal representations that humans have of the world around them. Mental models enable humans to understand, explain and predict the systems in their environment [28].

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