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Robust Distributed Constraint Reasoning
"... Abstract. Distributed constraint reasoning (DCR) has recently generated much interest due to its ability to solve many real world problems without centralizing all of the information. Many DCR algorithms, however, are prone to failure if even a single agent fails, creating a situation with not only ..."
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Abstract. Distributed constraint reasoning (DCR) has recently generated much interest due to its ability to solve many real world problems without centralizing all of the information. Many DCR algorithms, however, are prone to failure if even a single agent fails, creating a situation with not only
Distributed Constraint Reasoning (DCR’07) Distributed Constraint Reasoning
"... (DCR) problems arise when pieces of information about variables, constraints or both are relevant to independent but communicating agents. They provide a promising framework to deal with the increasingly diverse range of distributed real world problems emerging from the evolution of computation and ..."
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posed by solving Distributed Constraint Reasoning Problems include dealing with resource restrictions (such as limited time and/or communication), privacy requirements, identifying and exploiting opportunities for cooperation, and designing conflict resolution strategies. The goal of the DCR workshop
Distributed Constraint Reasoning under Unreliable Communication
 In Proceedings of Distributed Constraint Reasoning Workshop at Second International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems
, 2004
"... We investigate how algorithms for Distributed Constraint Reasoning (DCR) can be modified to operate effectively over unreliable communication infrastructure. While DCR algorithms typically assume that communication is perfect, this assumption is problematic because unreliable communication is a ..."
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We investigate how algorithms for Distributed Constraint Reasoning (DCR) can be modified to operate effectively over unreliable communication infrastructure. While DCR algorithms typically assume that communication is perfect, this assumption is problematic because unreliable communication
Distributed Constraint Reasoning underUnreliable Communication
"... Despite the many existing complete algorithms for DCR, such as ABT, AWC[15], AAS[13], DisDB[1] and APO[8], what is missing is a study of the performance of these algorithms when message transfer is unreliable. This paper takes the first steps toward evaluating DCRalgorithm performance under message ..."
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Despite the many existing complete algorithms for DCR, such as ABT, AWC[15], AAS[13], DisDB[1] and APO[8], what is missing is a study of the performance of these algorithms when message transfer is unreliable. This paper takes the first steps toward evaluating DCRalgorithm performance under message loss. We will assume a simple form of unreliable communication: the communication infrastructure has an unknown loss probability r< 1, wherea message is dropped (not delivered) with probability
In Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence. Information Science Reference, 2007. Distributed Constraint Reasoning
"... Distributed constraint reasoning is concerned with modeling and solving naturally distributed problems. It has application to the coordination and negotiation between semicooperative agents, namely agents that want to achieve a common goal but would not give up private information over secret const ..."
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Distributed constraint reasoning is concerned with modeling and solving naturally distributed problems. It has application to the coordination and negotiation between semicooperative agents, namely agents that want to achieve a common goal but would not give up private information over secret
DisChoco 2 : A Platform for Distributed Constraint Reasoning
, 2011
"... Abstract. Distributed constraint reasoning is a powerful concept to model and solve naturally distributed constraint satisfaction/optimization problems. However, there are very few opensource tools dedicated to solve such problems: DisChoco, DCOPolis and FRODO. A distributed constraint reasoning pl ..."
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Abstract. Distributed constraint reasoning is a powerful concept to model and solve naturally distributed constraint satisfaction/optimization problems. However, there are very few opensource tools dedicated to solve such problems: DisChoco, DCOPolis and FRODO. A distributed constraint reasoning
Proceedings of the TwentyThird AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (2008) Dynamic Distributed Constraint Reasoning
"... What local action can agents take, without the benefit of global knowledge, to produce the best global solution? Many dynamic distributed systems can be modeled using techniques from distributed constraint reasoning, however, existing work in the distributed constraint reasoning community does not a ..."
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What local action can agents take, without the benefit of global knowledge, to produce the best global solution? Many dynamic distributed systems can be modeled using techniques from distributed constraint reasoning, however, existing work in the distributed constraint reasoning community does
Applying interchangeability to complex local problems in distributed constraint reasoning
 in Proc. Workshop on Distributed Constraint Reasoning, AAMAS
, 2006
"... Abstract. Many algorithms for distributed constraint problems assume each agent has a single variable. For problems with multiple variables per agent, one standard approach is to transform each agent’s local problem by defining a single new variable whose domain is the set of all local solutions, an ..."
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Abstract. Many algorithms for distributed constraint problems assume each agent has a single variable. For problems with multiple variables per agent, one standard approach is to transform each agent’s local problem by defining a single new variable whose domain is the set of all local solutions
Chapter 1 DISTRIBUTEDRESOURCE ALLOCATION A Distributed Constraint Reasoning Approach
"... Distributed resource allocation, where a set of agents must assign their resources to a set of dynamic tasks, is a challenging, open problem in current multiagent systems research. In this article, we present three advances in addressing distributed resource allocation. First, we propose a system ..."
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systematic formalization of the problem and a general solution strategy that maps a formal model of resource allocation into a key problem solving paradigm, namely, distributed constraintbased reasoning (DCR). Such formalizations are necessary to understand the complexity of different types of problems
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