By Béatrice Duval, Jaap van den Herik, Stephane Loiseau, Joaquim Filipe

This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-conference court cases of the sixth foreign convention on brokers and synthetic Intelligence, ICAART 2014, held in Angers, France, in March 2014.
The 21 revised complete papers provided including one invited paper have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 225 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on brokers and on man made intelligence.

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Robot use the shared beliefs to coordinate their activities for subtask allocation (see item 3 and 4) and destination selection (see item 1 and 2) as follows: 1. A robot will not visit a room for exploration purposes anymore if it has already been explored by a team member; 2. A robot will not adopt a goal to go to a room (or the drop-zone) that is currently occupied by another robot; 3. A robot will not adopt a goal to hold a block if another robot is already holding that block (which may occur when another robot beats the first robot to it); 4.

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Another issue arises when a choice combines (1b) and (3b), which will make robots cluster together as they more or less start from the same location, and then they always try to visit the nearest rooms. A cluster of robots will cause inefficiency and interference, so we can further eliminate those choices combining (1b) and (3b). As a result, for the second task, we have 10 setups as shown in Table 1 and, for example, we use MR (iii) in Sect. 6 to indicate the strategy combining (1a,2b,3a,4a). When the robots perform the first task, as all the required blocks have the same color, the fourth dimension does not make sense because any holding block can contribute to the team goal until the task is finished.

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