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


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Alessandro Ricci, Michele Piunti

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

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

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Lars Braubach, Wiebe van der Hoek, Paolo Petta, Alexander Pokahr

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2009

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Proceedings of Seventh German conference on Multi-Agent System Technologies (MATES 2009)

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science

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232237

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