Embodied Organizations: a Unifying Perspective in Programming Agents, Organizations and Environments

Abstract : MAS research pushes the notion of openness related to systems combining heterogeneous computational entities. Typically, those entities answer to different purposes and functions and their integration is a crucial issue. Starting from a comprehensive approach in developing agents, organizations and environments, this paper devises an integrated approach and describes a unifying programming model. It introduces the notion of embodied organization, which is described first focusing on the main entities as separate concerns; and, second, establishing different interaction styles aimed to seamlessly integrate the various entities in a coherent system. An integration framework, built on top of Jason, CArtAgO and Moise (as programming platforms for agents, environments and organizations resp.) is described as a suitable technology to build embodied organizations in practice.
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Michele Piunti, Olivier Boissier, Jomi Fred Hübner, Alessandro Ricci. Embodied Organizations: a Unifying Perspective in Programming Agents, Organizations and Environments. The Multi-Agent Logics, Languages, and Organisations Federated Workshops 2010 (MALLOW-2010), Aug 2010, Lyon, France. 17p. ⟨emse-00680328⟩

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