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Time-Critical Decision Making in Interactive Dynamic Influence Diagram

By Yifeng Zeng and Yanping Xiang

Abstract

Abstract—Time-critical dynamic decision making is a quite challenging task in many real-world applications. It requires to play a trade-off between solution optimality and computational tractability. It is especially true for multiagent settings under uncertainty. In this paper, we model time-critical dynamic decision problem using the representation of interactive dynamic influence diagram (I-DID). We formalize I-DID by providing time-index to nodes within the model. This results in a model that has the ability to represent space-temporal abstraction. In model without arbitrarily compromising solution optimality. We evaluate the performance of our method in two benchmark settings and provide results in support

Topics: Time- Critical Decision Making, Model Abstraction
Year: 2014
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