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The neglected pieces of designing collective decision-making processes

Yara Khaluf (UGent) , Pieter Simoens (UGent) and Heiko Hamann
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Autonomous decision-making is a fundamental requirement for the intelligent behavior of individual agents and systems. For artificial systems, one of the key design prerequisites is providing the system with the ability to make proper decisions. Current literature on collective artificial systems designs decision-making mechanisms inspired mostly by the successful natural systems. Nevertheless, most of the approaches focus on voting mechanisms and miss other fundamental aspects. In this paper, we aim to draw attention to the missed pieces for the design of efficient collective decision-making, mainly information processes in its two types of stimuli and options set.
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SCALE-FREE CORRELATIONS, INFORMATION-TRANSFER, SPEED, STRATEGIES, SELECTION, ACCURACY, NOISE, decision-making process, multi-agent system (MAS), swarm robotics, collective system design (CSD), information processing

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Khaluf, Yara, Pieter Simoens, and Heiko Hamann. “The Neglected Pieces of Designing Collective Decision-making Processes.” FRONTIERS IN ROBOTICS AND AI 6 (2019): 1–8. Print.
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Khaluf, Y., Simoens, P., & Hamann, H. (2019). The neglected pieces of designing collective decision-making processes. FRONTIERS IN ROBOTICS AND AI, 6, 1–8.
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Khaluf, Yara, Pieter Simoens, and Heiko Hamann. 2019. “The Neglected Pieces of Designing Collective Decision-making Processes.” Frontiers in Robotics and Ai 6: 1–8.
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Khaluf, Yara, Pieter Simoens, and Heiko Hamann. 2019. “The Neglected Pieces of Designing Collective Decision-making Processes.” Frontiers in Robotics and Ai 6: 1–8.
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Khaluf Y, Simoens P, Hamann H. The neglected pieces of designing collective decision-making processes. FRONTIERS IN ROBOTICS AND AI. Lausanne: Frontiers Media Sa; 2019;6:1–8.
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Y. Khaluf, P. Simoens, and H. Hamann, “The neglected pieces of designing collective decision-making processes,” FRONTIERS IN ROBOTICS AND AI, vol. 6, pp. 1–8, 2019.
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  journal      = {FRONTIERS IN ROBOTICS AND AI},
  keywords     = {SCALE-FREE CORRELATIONS,INFORMATION-TRANSFER,SPEED,STRATEGIES,SELECTION,ACCURACY,NOISE,decision-making process,multi-agent system (MAS),swarm robotics,collective system design (CSD),information processing},
  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {The neglected pieces of designing collective decision-making processes},
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