Modeling and regulating interactions among agents is a critical step in the development of Multiagent Systems (MASs). Some recent works assume a normative view, and suggest to model interaction protocols in terms of obligations. In this paper we propose to model interaction protocols in terms of goals and commitments, and show how such a formalization promotes a deliberative process inside the agents. The proposal is implemented via JaCaMo+, an extension of JaCaMo, in which Jason agents can interact, while preserving their deliberative capabilities, by exploiting commitment-based protocols, reified by special CArtAgO artifacts

Exploiting Social Commitments in Programming Agent Interaction

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

Abstract

Modeling and regulating interactions among agents is a critical step in the development of Multiagent Systems (MASs). Some recent works assume a normative view, and suggest to model interaction protocols in terms of obligations. In this paper we propose to model interaction protocols in terms of goals and commitments, and show how such a formalization promotes a deliberative process inside the agents. The proposal is implemented via JaCaMo+, an extension of JaCaMo, in which Jason agents can interact, while preserving their deliberative capabilities, by exploiting commitment-based protocols, reified by special CArtAgO artifacts
PRIMA 2015: Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems - 18th International Conference, Proceedings
Springer International Publishing
9387
566
574
978-3-319-25523-1
978-3-319-25524-8
Social Computing, Agent Programming, Commitments and Goals, Agents & Artifacts, JaCaMo
Baldoni, Matteo; Baroglio, Cristina; Capuzzimati, Federico; Micalizio, Roberto
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