The Combinatorial Naming Game

Kevin Stadler, Pieter Wellens, Joachim De Beule

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Samenvatting

In this article we introduce combinatorial form into the well-known Naming Game paradigm in which autonomous agents have to establish a globally shared communication system through strictly local interactions. While virtually all investigations of the Naming Game so far have been carried out using atomic names, we highlight some interesting aspects that arise only when naming is done using combinatorial forms. We present an analysis which relates Naming Games to information theory and discuss first results from multi-agent simulations in light of this analysis.
Originele taal-2English
TitelBeneLearn 2012: Proceedings of the 21st Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning
RedacteurenBernard De Baets, Bernard Manderick, Michael Rademaker, Willem Waegeman
Pagina's33-38
Aantal pagina's6
StatusPublished - 2012
Evenement21st Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning - Ghent, Belgium
Duur: 24 mei 201225 mei 2012

Publicatie series

NaamBeneLearn 2012: Proceedings of the 21st Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning

Conference

Conference21st Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning
Verkorte titelBeneLearn
Land/RegioBelgium
StadGhent
Periode24/05/1225/05/12

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Bernard De Baets, Bernard Manderick, Michael Rademaker, Willem Waegeman

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