Environment and Agreement Technologies

Abstract : The notion of Multi-Agent System (MAS) environment, as remarked by recent literature, has gained a key role, becoming a mediating entity, functioning as enabler but possibly also as a manager and constrainer of agent actions, perceptions, and interactions1 while addressing the requirements of openness and scalability. According to such a perspective, the environment is not a merely passive source of agent perceptions and target of agent actions which is, actually, the dominant perspective in agency, but a first-class abstraction that can be suitably designed to encapsulate some fundamental functionalities and services, such as coordination and organization, besides agent mobility, communications, security, etc [2].
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Sascha Ossowski; Francesca Toni; George Vouros. AT 2012, Agreement Technologies, First International Conference on Agreement Technologies, Oct 2012, Dubrovnik, Croatia. p. 260-261, 2012
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Estefanía Argente, Olivier Boissier, Carlos Carrascosa, Nicoletta Fornara, Peter Mcburney, et al.. Environment and Agreement Technologies. Sascha Ossowski; Francesca Toni; George Vouros. AT 2012, Agreement Technologies, First International Conference on Agreement Technologies, Oct 2012, Dubrovnik, Croatia. p. 260-261, 2012. 〈emse-00741814〉

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