Papers

E-HBA: Using Action Policies for Expert Advice and Agent Typification
S. Albrecht, J. Crandall, S. Ramamoorthy, E-HBA: Using Action Policies for Expert Advice and Agent Typification, In Proc. AAAI-Workshop on Multiagent Interaction without Prior Coordination (MIPC), 2015.
An Empirical Study on the Practical Impact of Prior Beliefs over Policy Types
S. Albrecht, J. Crandall, S. Ramamoorthy, An Empirical Study on the Practical Impact of Prior Beliefs over Policy Types, In Proc. AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), 2015.
Analyzing Reliability in Hybrid Compute Units
Candra, Muhammad Z. C., Hong-Linh Truong, and Schahram Dustdar. “Analyzing Reliability in Hybrid Compute Units.” In: Collaboration and Internet Computing (CIC), IEEE Conference on, 2015.
Are you doing what I think you are doing? Criticising uncertain agent models
S. Albrecht, S. Ramamoorthy, Are you doing what I think you are doing? Criticising uncertain agent models, In Proc. Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI), 2015.
Analytical and Simulation Models for Collaborative Localization
Kampis, G., Kantelhardt, J.W, Kloch, K., and Lukowicz, P. (2014): Analytical and Simulation Models for Collaborative Localization, J. Computational Science 6 (2015) 1–10.
Leveraging Human Mobility in Smartphone Based Ad-Hoc Information Distribution in Crowd Management Scenarios
Franke, T., Negele, S., Kampis, G. and Lukowicz, P. (2015): Leveraging Human Mobility in Smartphone Based Ad-Hoc Information Distribution in Crowd Management Scenarios, submitted to MobiSys 2015.
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