Incorporating Infatuation in Multi-Agent Systems
Mirko Maleković, and Mirko Čubrilo
Faculty of Organization and Informatics, University of Zagreb, Pavlinska 2, HR 42000 Varaždin, Hrvatska, Croatia
In this paper we describe incorporating infatuation in multi-agent systems. Modal operators Ii+ for infatuation (the focusing on a single attractive or desirable characteristic of another agent and then considering the total agent as that one positive characteristic) and Ii– for the reverse infatuation (the focusing on a negative characteristic of an agent and then considering the total agent as that one negative characteristic) are defined. Some relationships between the operator Ii+ and the logical operators ∧, ∨, and ⇒ are characterized.
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