Coordination in Situated MAS: Engineering Environment in TuCSoN


Stefano Mariani, Andrea Omicini

Engineering MAS environment requires specific abstractions, in particular to handle agent situatedness. By interpreting situatedness as an interaction issue, coordination artefacts are the most suitable abstraction for engineering agent-environment interaction. In this paper, we describe the TuCSoN coordination architecture for situated MAS, and show how the corresponding TuCSoN coordination technology can be effectively used for engineering MAS environment.

(keywords) MAS environment; agent situatedness; coordination artefacts; tuple-based coordination; TuCSoN
 @inproceedings{tucsonsituated-e4mas2014,
Author = {Mariani, Stefano and Omicini, Andrea},
Keywords = {MAS environment; agent situatedness; coordination artefacts; tuple-based coordination; TuCSoN},
Month = jan,
Title = {Coordination in Situated MAS: Engineering Environment in TuCSoN},
Year = 2014

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  • E4MAS Workshop on Environments for Multi-Agent Systems — 10 Years Later (E4MAS 2014) — 05/05/2014–06/05/2014

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