Dynamic Systems as a Multi-Agent Simulation


Dynamic Systems as a Multi-Agent Simulation – One of the main challenges in multiagent optimization is to identify the optimal policies that can be optimized. In many real world applications, one can identify the optimal policy, or the policy is optimal when the system can be evaluated on a given set of constraints. In this paper, we provide a fast algorithm for optimization of policy policies under uncertain configurations. Our algorithm can be easily extended to the real world problem of evaluating policies defined in terms of a continuous state space, where the policy can be expressed either via the model or a nonlinear domain. Our algorithm, L0-QA, implements a family of optimization algorithms, named LQA, that achieves state-space optimization under discrete and continuous constraints.

We provide an in-depth review of the problem of recovering an optimal model by first defining a formal characterization of a model. This characterization is a natural and simple task, which we shall study in the context of stochastic variational inference. We also provide a theoretical analysis of this problem for a number of inference algorithms. We then derive a formalization of the Bayesian network’s model, using the classical notion of Bayesian networks as a representation of model complexity. Our framework leads to a more complete characterization of this important problem than previous work.

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Dynamic Systems as a Multi-Agent Simulation

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