Integrating Agent Development Frameworks for Objective and Subjective Coordination: Experiments with TuCSoN and JADE

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Stefano Mariani, Andrea Omicini

Coordination in multi agent systems follows a twofold approach: subjective coordination charges coordination issues upon individual participants, whereas objective coordination encapsulates coordination laws within coordination artefacts outside the coordinated agents. In this paper, we explore a possible integration of the two approaches as they are implemented by two well-known agent technologies: TuCSoN, for the objective approach, and Jade, for subjective coordination. In particular, we show how to coherently integrate Jade behaviour model with TuCSoN coordination model.

(keywords) agent coordination; objective vs. subjective coordination; agent development frameworks; TuCSoN; JADE
February 2014.
@inproceedings{tucsonjade-coordination2014,
Author = {Mariani, Stefano and Omicini, Andrea},
Keywords = {agent coordination; objective vs. subjective coordination; agent development frameworks; TuCSoN; JADE},
Month = feb,
Title = {Integrating Agent Development Frameworks for Objective and Subjective Coordination: Experiments with TuCSoN and JADE},
Year = 2014}

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tucsonjade-coordination2014
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COORDINATION 2014

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