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Intention Recognition, Commitment and Their Roles in the Evolution of Cooperation

From Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Evolutionary Game Theory Models

by The Anh Han

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Imprint: Springer in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consciousness,
  • Cognitive psychology,
  • Engineering,
  • Complexity,
  • Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics),
  • Game Theory, Economics, Social and Behav. Sciences,
  • Mathematics,
  • Physics,
  • Computational intelligence,
  • Artificial intelligence

  • About the Edition

    This original and timely monograph describes a unique self-contained excursion that reveals to the readers the roles of two basic cognitive abilities, i.e. intention recognition and arranging commitments, in the evolution of cooperative behavior. This book analyses intention recognition, an important ability that helps agents predict others’ behavior, in its artificial intelligence and evolutionary computational modeling aspects, and proposes a novel intention recognition method. Furthermore, the book presents a new framework for intention-based decision making and illustrates several ways in which an ability to recognize intentions of others can enhance a decision making process. By employing the new intention recognition method and the tools of evolutionary game theory, this book introduces computational models demonstrating that intention recognition promotes the emergence of cooperation within populations of self-regarding agents. Finally, the book describes how commitment provides a pathway to the evolution of cooperative behavior, and how it further empowers intention recognition, thereby leading to a combined improved strategy.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby The Anh Han
    SeriesStudies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics -- 9
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ342
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    PaginationXXIV, 167 p. 35 illus.
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27046224M
    ISBN 109783642375125

    Intention recognition enables pro-activeness, in cooperating or promoting cooperation, and in pre-empting danger. Technically, intention r ecognition can be performed incrementally as you go along, which amounts to learning. Intention recognition can also use past experience from a database of past interactions, not necessarily with the same by: The co-evolution of cooperative intention detection and disguising uncooperative intentions would result in an overall low ability to predict cooperativeness (Dawkins & Krebs, ). Results from lie-detection research indicate that on average, people are poor judges of dishonesty (see Bond & DePaulo, , for a review).Cited by:

    Intention recognition is everywhere S says “bank.” A recognizes if S intends river or finances. Intention recognition in semantics. S says “Can you pass the salt?” A recognizes if S intends to request or to ask. Intention recognition in pragmatic rules. S says “There’s a bug!” A recognizes that S expects A to swat bug. IntentionFile Size: KB. According to this model, an intention produces overt action by way of cooperation with a closely coupled collection of modelling mechanisms that take the intention's relatively abstract specification of a goal-state and transform it into various fine-grained, functionally specific, commands and predictions.

    Theory on cooperation (Gilbert, , Tuomela, , Tuomela, ) emphasizes that participants' joint commitment to a collective action is crucial to the cultivation of cooperation. Thus, joint commitment has been identified as an antecedent of we-intentions (Shen et al., ): “We-intention involves a joint commitment to contribute to the Cited by: intention, and "social agents" [Levesque, Cohen, & Nunes ] [Rao, Georgeff, & Sonenbefg ], or in CSCW approaches to cooperation [Winograd ], Organization is accounted for by means of the crucial notion of "commitment". "Commitment" is seen as the glue of the group, of collective activity: it links the agent with the.


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This book analyses intention recognition, an important ability that helps agents predict others’ behavior, in its artificial intelligence and evolut. Abstract The last three chapters have exhibited how intention recognition and commitment proposal on their own can lead to the evolution of improved cooperation.

This chapter describes how a combination of these two aspects of human behavior Intention Recognition lead yet to higher levels of cooperative acts, not achievable by either one solely. Intention Recognition, Commitment and Their Roles in the Evolution of Cooperation Disserta o para obten o do Grau de Doutor em Inform tica Orientador: Prof.

Doutor Lu s Moniz Pereira Professor Catedr tico Universidade Nova de Lisboa J ri: Presidente: Prof. Doutor Pedro Manuel Corr a Calvente Barahona Arguentes: Profa. Doutora Fariba Sadri. Han T. Intention Recognition, Commitments and Their Roles in the Evolution of Cooperation: From Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Evolutionary Game Theory Models, vol.

9 (Springer SAPERE series, ). Frank R. Cooperation through Emotional by: intention recognition may be the only way agents under-stand each other to secure successful cooperation. Moreover, agents often attempt to hide their real intentions and make others believe in pretense ones [Pereira and Han, ].

Intention recognition is defined, in general terms, as the process of becoming aware of another agent’s. Intention recognition, commitment and their roles in the evolution of cooperation: Autor: Han, The Anh: Orientador: Pereira, Luís Moniz: Palavras-chave: Intention recognition Commitment Evolution of cooperation Evolutionary game theory Prisoner's dilemma Bayesian network: Data de Defesa: Editora: Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia: Resumo.

ground their decision on an accurate assessment of the intentions of others. Hence, both commitments and intention recognition go side by side in behavioral evolution. Here, we analyze the role played by the co-evolution of intention recognition plus the emergence of commitments, in the framework of the evolution of cooperative behavior.

The Resource Intention recognition, commitment and their roles in the evolution of cooperation: from artificial intelligence techniques to evolutionary game. We consider here, next to the traditional pure cooperator (C) and defector (D) strategies, a new strategy which combines intention recognition and commitment Cited by: Abstract.

Intention recognition is the process of becoming aware of the intentions of other agents, inferring them through observed actions or effects on the environment. Intention recognition.

Hence, both commitments and intention recognition go side by side in behavioral evolution. Here, we analyze the role played by the co-evolution of intention recognition plus the emergence of commitments, in the framework of the evolution of cooperative behavior.

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T.A. Han and L.M. Pereira / Emergence of Cooperation via Intention Recognition, Commitment, and Apology 3 evolve by adopting features of other strategies into its own, through rule-de ned strategies updating, which could be a direction for Multi-agent Systems (MAS).

Intention recognition promotes the evolution of cooperation. Similarly, individuals may ground their decision on an accurate assessment of the intentions of others. Hence, both commitments and intention recognition go side by side in behavioral evolution.

Here, we analyze the role played by the co-evolution of intention recognition plus the emergence of commitments, in the framework of the evolution of. 2. Intention recognition promotes the evolution of cooperation. The ability of recognizing (or reading) intentions of others has been observed and shown to play an important role in many cooperative interactions, both in humans and primates [39,52,61].However, most studies on the evolution of cooperation, grounded on evolutionary dynamics and game theory, have neglected the important role Cited by: 8.Get this from a library!

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