Student group made 2nd place at the Multiagent Contest 2014[go to overview]
The students of the practical course "Multiagent Programming Contest" made the 2nd place in the 2014 edition of the Multiagent Programming Contest. The team MAKo ("Multi agents Koblenz") with our students Artur Daudrich, Sergey Dedukh, Yuan Sun, Manuel Mittler, Michael Ruster, and Michael Sewell, participated for the first time in the annual contest which aims at nurturing research and development in distributed problem solving methods that rely on cooperative behavior of heterogenous agent systems. For more information on the results see https://multiagentcontest.org/news/235-results.
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