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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Estefanía Argente, Olivier Boissier, Carlos Carrascosa, Nicoletta Fornara, Peter Mcburney, et al.. Environment and Agreement Technologies. AT 2012, Agreement Technologies, First International Conference on Agreement Technologies, Oct 2012, Dubrovnik, Croatia. p. 260-261. ⟨emse-00741814⟩

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