This paper proposes a multi-agent system architecture where agent interaction is ruled with the help of commitment-based interaction protocols. Commitment protocols are embodied into artifacts which can be accessed and used by the interacting agents. Ideally, the architecture is orthogonal to the language that is used to specify the commitment protocols. In this paper we rely on Yolum and Singh’s proposal. The implementation that is described relies on the well-known JADE and CArtAgO frameworks.

2COMM: a commitment-based MAS architecture

BALDONI, Matteo;BAROGLIO, Cristina;CAPUZZIMATI, FEDERICO
2013

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This paper proposes a multi-agent system architecture where agent interaction is ruled with the help of commitment-based interaction protocols. Commitment protocols are embodied into artifacts which can be accessed and used by the interacting agents. Ideally, the architecture is orthogonal to the language that is used to specify the commitment protocols. In this paper we rely on Yolum and Singh’s proposal. The implementation that is described relies on the well-known JADE and CArtAgO frameworks.
The 1st International Workshop on Engineering Multi-Agent Systems, EMAS 2013
St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
May 2013
Proc. of the 1st International Workshop on Engineering Multi-Agent Systems, EMAS 2013
IFAAAS
17
32
http://emas2013.otago.ac.nz/
Commitment; Commitment-based Interaction Protocols; Agents & Artifacts Model; JADE; JADE Methodology; Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
Matteo Baldoni; Cristina Baroglio; Federico Capuzzimati
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