Hitman Codename 47 Without Human Verification
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Knowing this, it can be determined that 47 does his work as a hitman for more than just money, but for purpose in life. This is further demonstrated when he did not retrieve the ten million dollar ransom suitcase Blake Dexter had when he eliminated him, but instead let Victoria dump the money on Dexter's body and fly off into the breeze. It is stated that he has to work as a hitman, since trying to live a "normal" life will endanger those around him, such as what happened in the second game to Father Vittorio, showing he does show concern to other human beings.
In the present article, we are concerned with the question of how we should think about the issues of correctness and verification in multi-agent systems (at this point we should clarify that, in this work, we are only concerned with systems composed solely of software agents: in Section 5 we briefly comment on the issue of verifying human-agent systems).
However, in many real-life situations, these assumptions misrepresent reality. In order to address this issue, in , such the noncooperative setting for rational verification was extended to include cooperative solution concepts [61, 64]. It was assumed that there is some (exogenous) mechanism through which agents in a system can reach binding agreements and form coalitions in order to collectively achieve goals. The possibility of binding cooperation and coalition formation eliminates some undesirable equilibria that arise in the noncooperative setting, and makes available a range of outcomes (i.e., computations of the system that can be sustained in equilibrium) which cannot be achieved without cooperation.
In the present paper, we have focused exclusively on the verification of multi-agent systems in which the agents in question are software agents. In practice, of course, many (arguably most) systems of interest include multiple software and human participants. Might the techniques surveyed here be suitable for verifying such systems
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