CPSC 567: Foundations of Multi-Agent Systems -
This course shares lectures and some assignments with the basic
graduate course on Multi-Agent Systems, CPSC 609. Please make sure that your are not confusing the
different assignment and assessment schemes!
| Mar 29, 2010:
||Here are the time slots I have available for
the oral exams. Please email me at least 3 slots (and your
ranking of them) that
work for you and do this before April 2, because then I
will have to allow the graduate students to start picking
slots! Available slots (start times):
Apr. 19: 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00
Apr. 20: 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00
Apr. 21: 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00
| Jan 19, 2010:
|| We managed to move the tutorial room closer to the
room in which the lectures take place (so that there is actually
a chance that students can make it in the 15 minutes between
lecture and tutorial). The new room is MS160 and the
tutorial will be there starting Jan 21.
| Jan 18, 2010:
|| We have updated the ARES system. Please follow
link to the new version (including improved
| Nov 26, 2009:
|| Course web site started.
Description of the course
The course covers the following topics:
Modeling of agents; properties of multi-agent systems; communication
between agents; interaction and cooperation concepts; forming and
maintaining organizations; competitive agent environments; learning in
multi-agent systems; example systems.
The prerequisites for this course are CPSC 457, the basic course on
Operating Systems (why should become clear during the course)
and CPSC 433, the basic course on Artificial Intelligence.
|| to an explanation of the assessment of the students
taking the course.
Last Change: 29/3/2010