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Multiagentensysteme und Algorithmische Spieltheorie

by Prof. Dr. Jörg P. Müller

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4.2020

Lecture recordings

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22.Apr.202011:1174
2.1 Intelligent Agents: The Social Force Model
This short video illustrates the social force model for pedestrian simulation, discussed in Chapter 2.
22.Apr.202013:5336
2.2 Intelligent Agents: The Nagel-Schreckenberg Model
This short video illustrates the car following model by Nagel and Schreckenberg as an example of a discrete cellular model.
22.Apr.202014:4613
2.3 Intelligent Agents: Dynamic Systems and Agents
This short video discusses similarities and differences of models of control theory and agent-based models.
22.Apr.202019:5111
2.4 Intelligent Agents: STRIPS AI Planning
This short video explains the classical STRIPS model for AI planning discussed in Chapter 2.
22.Apr.202013:517
2.5 Intelligent Agents: The Subsumption Architecture
This short video explains the subsumption architecture for intelligent robots by Rodney Brooks, discussed in Chapter 2.
22.Apr.202022:057
2.6 Intelligent Agents: Commitment Strategies in Practical Reasoning
This short video describes different strategies how belief-deisre-intention (BDI) agents can choose and reconsider their intentions, as discussed in Chapter 2.
05.May.202013:587
4.1 Fundamentals of Multiagent Systems: The Braess Paradox
This short video explains the Braess Paradox and what it has to do with MAS ...
05.May.202015:335
4.2 Fundamentals of MAS: Traffic Routing Games
This short video illustrates the application of game theory to traffic routing problems in socio-technical systems
05.May.202022:117
4.3 Fundamentals of MAS: Tragedy of the Commons & Price of Anarchy
This video illustrates two important phenomena occurring in systems of self-interested agents: The tragedy of the commons and the price of anarchy
05.May.202016:265
4.4 Fundamentals of MAS: An Application of the Contract Net
This short video explains the use, usefulness and limitations of the contract net protocol using a vehicle routing application case study
06.May.202014:549
4.5 Fundamentals of MAS: Simulated Trading
This video gives an introduction into the simulated trading mechanism by Bachem et al. and its use in the context of multiagent systems
19.May.202007:1511
5.1 Logic Programming; PROLOG Basics
This short video gives a brief overview of some fundamentals of programming with the logic programming language Prolog, including unification and SLD resolution.
19.May.202019:1715
5.2 Logic Programming: PROLOG control flow
This short video illustrates the basic control strategy exerted by the PROLOG interpreter, including backtracking, negation, and the cut operator
28.May.202021:0812
6.1 Concurrency: Labeled Transition Systems and Finite State Processes
This short video provides an overview of two basic notations for describing concurrent systems
28.May.202017:0513
6.2 Concurrency: Parallel composition, shared actions, and composite processes
This short video illustrates basic concepts of concurrency and synchronisation, and how to model them with LTS and FSP.
28.May.202013:009
6.3 Concurrency: Process Re-labeling
This short video describes notations that allow to deal with multiple process instances in FSPs.
28.May.202013:117
6.4 Concurrency: Process modularity and visualization
This short videos illustrates how modular process FSP models can be designed using action hiding and interfaces; it also introduces structure diagrams for process structure visualization
28.May.202008:487
6.5 Concurrency: Deadlock and Dining Philosophers
6.5 This short video illustrates the concept of deadlock in concurrent systems. You will also meet some smart people who have trouble eating with chopsticks.
30.Jun.202011:1112
8.1 Agent-Oriented Programming: Jason Basics
This video tutorial illustrat4es the first steps in installing the Jason Agent IDE and programming and running a Hello World example.