Implementing Over-sensing in Heterogeneous Multi-Agent Systems on top of Artifact-based Environments


Alessandro Ricci, Michele Piunti

Proceedings of Seventh German conference on Multi-Agent System Technologies (MATES 2009), pages 232237
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5774,  2009
Springer
Lars Braubach, Wiebe van der Hoek, Paolo Petta, Alexander Pokahr (eds.)

Along with direct interaction models, relying on message-based explicit  communication, indirect interaction models can play an important role for designing coordination strategies in Multi-Agent Systems (MAS). Among indirect models, those based on agent observability such as over-sensing achieve coordination by letting agents observe and possibly reason about (each) others' actions and state.
In this paper we describe how over-sensing and, more generally, agent observability mechanism can be used in practice to program MAS in the context of artifact-based environments by exploiting the support provided by CArtAgO technology.

(keywords) Multi Agent Systems, Agents and Artifacts, CArtAgO, Perception
 @inproceedings{oversensing-mates2009,
series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
booktitle = {Proceedings of Seventh German conference on Multi-Agent System Technologies (MATES 2009)},
publisher = {Springer},
author = {Ricci, Alessandro and Piunti, Michele},
title = {Implementing Over-sensing in Heterogeneous Multi-Agent Systems on top of Artifact-based  Environments },
isbn = {978-3-642-04142-6},
year = 2009,
keywords = {Multi Agent Systems, Agents and Artifacts, CArtAgO, Perception},
pages = {232--237},
editor = {Braubach, Lars and van der Hoek, Wiebe and Petta, Paolo and Pokahr, Alexander},
volume = 5774
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