A framework for inter-society communication in agents

R Abbasi, F Mitchell, Sue Greenwood

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Abstract

Normally a society of agents is developed to cope with and solve a particular set of problems or to achieve some particular goals and objectives. Different people, organizations and groups have developed and deployed agent societies for their own particular needs. These societies have to communicate, coordinate and compete with each other. In this paper an explanation is provided as to what is meant by inter society communication in agents, why it is needed and some basic problems in the area of inter-society communication are identified. A framework for inter-society communication in agent systems is also proposed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNet. ObjectDays: International Conference on Object-Oriented and Internet-Based Technologies, Concepts, and Applications for a Networked World
PublisherSpringer
Pages167-178
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-540-36559-4
ISBN (Print)978-3-540-00742-5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventNet.ObjectDays: International Conference on Object-Oriented and Internet-Based Technologies, Concepts, and Applications for a Networked World - Erfurt, Germany
Duration: 27 Sep 200430 Sep 2004

Conference

ConferenceNet.ObjectDays
Abbreviated titleNODe 2004
CountryGermany
CityErfurt
Period27/09/0430/09/04

Keywords

  • Multiagent System
  • Agent Society
  • Simple Object Access Protocol
  • Common Object Request Broker Architecture
  • Service Broker

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    Abbasi, R., Mitchell, F., & Greenwood, S. (2002). A framework for inter-society communication in agents. In Net. ObjectDays: International Conference on Object-Oriented and Internet-Based Technologies, Concepts, and Applications for a Networked World (pp. 167-178). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-36559-1_14