Interaction is an essential feature in multiagent systems. Design primitives are needed to explicitly model desired patterns. This work presents 2COMM as a framework for dening social relations among parties, represented by social commitments. Starting from the definition of interaction protocols, 2COMM allows to decouple interaction design from agent design. Currently, adapters were developed for allowing the use of 2COMM with the JADE and the JaCaMo platforms. We show how agents for the two platforms can be implemented by relying on a common programming schema.

Programming JADE and Jason Agents Based on Social Relationships Using a Uniform Approach

BALDONI, Matteo;BAROGLIO, Cristina;CAPUZZIMATI, FEDERICO
2015

Abstract

Interaction is an essential feature in multiagent systems. Design primitives are needed to explicitly model desired patterns. This work presents 2COMM as a framework for dening social relations among parties, represented by social commitments. Starting from the definition of interaction protocols, 2COMM allows to decouple interaction design from agent design. Currently, adapters were developed for allowing the use of 2COMM with the JADE and the JaCaMo platforms. We show how agents for the two platforms can be implemented by relying on a common programming schema.
Advances in Social Computing and Multiagent Systems - 6th International Workshop on Collaborative Agents Research and Development, CARE 2015 and Second International Workshop on Multiagent Foundations of Social Computing, MFSC 2015, Istanbul, Turkey, May 4, 2015, Revised Selected Papers
Springer International Publishing
Communications in Computer and Information Science
541
167
184
978-3-319-24803-5
978-3-319-24804-2
Social Commitment, Agents & Artifacts, Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
Baldoni, Matteo; Baroglio, Cristina; Capuzzimati, Federico
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