Workshop report accepted to appear at the Planning and Robotics workshop at ICAPS 2014

The submission "Decentralized Adaptive Path Selection for Multi-Agent Conflict Minimization" by Andrew Kimmel and Kostas Bekris has been accepted to appear in the peer-reviewed Planning and Robotics workshop, which will be co-located with the ICAPS 2014 conference in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and will take place June 22-23, 2014. Submissions to the PlanRob meeting go through a peer-reviewed process.

This work considers decentralized planning solutions that employ minimum information, i.e., each robot has access only to the current position of its neighbors, without using any form of prediction, intent recognition or agent modeling.