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Gaining a fundamental understanding of adjustable autonomy (AA) is critical if
we are to deploy multi-agent systems in support of critical human activities. Indeed,
our recent work with intelligent agents in the “Electric Elves” (E-Elves) system has
convinced us that AA is a critical part of any human collaboration software. In the
following, we first briefly describe E-Elves, then discuss AA issues in E-Elves.