By Michael Wooldridgey, Paolo Ciancarini (auth.), Paolo Ciancarini, Michael J. Wooldridge (eds.)
One of an important purposes for the present depth of curiosity in agent know-how is that the idea that of an agent, as an self sustaining procedure able to interacting with different brokers with the intention to fulfill its layout goals, is a ordinary one for software program designers. simply as we will be able to comprehend many platforms as being composed of primarily passive gadgets, that have a country and upon which we will practice operations, with the intention to comprehend many others as being made of interacting semi-autonomous brokers. This booklet brings jointly revised types of papers awarded on the First foreign Workshop on Agent-Oriented software program Engineering, AOSE 2000, held in Limerick, eire, along side ICSE 2000, and a number of other invited papers. As a accomplished and useful review of agent-oriented software program engineering, the publication addresses software program engineers attracted to the hot paradigm and know-how in addition to study and improvement pros lively in agent technology.
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This axiomatization was then used to develop the program theory of a multiagent system. 4. The proof theory of the temporal belief logic was used to verify properties of the system (cf. ). Note that this approach relies on the operation of agents being sufficiently simple that their properties can be axiomatized in the logic. It works for Shoham’s AGENT 0 and Fisher’s Concurrent M ETATE M largely because these languages have a simple semantics, closely related to rule-based systems, which in turn have a simple logical semantics.
Similar algorithms have been reported for BDI -like logics in . The main problem with model-checking approaches for BDI is that it is not clear how the first step might be realized for BDI logics. Where does the logical model characterizing an agent actually come from? Can it be derived from an arbitrary program , as in mainstream computer science? To do this, we would need to take a program implemented in, say, PASCAL, and from it derive the belief-, desire-, and intentionaccessibility relations that are used to give a semantics to the BDI component of the logic.
Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Germany, July 1994. 24. M. Fisher. An introduction to executable temporal logic. The Knowledge Engineering Review, 11(1):43–56, 1996. 25. M. Fisher and M. Wooldridge. I. In Proceedings of the Twelfth International Workshop on Distributed Artificial Intelligence (IWDAI-93), pages 131–142, Hidden Valley, PA, May 1993. 26. M. Fisher and M. Wooldridge. On the formal specification and verification of multi-agent systems. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems, 6(1):37–65, 1997.
Agent-Oriented Software Engineering: First International Workshop, AOSE 2000 Limerick, Ireland, June 10, 2000 Revised Papers by Michael Wooldridgey, Paolo Ciancarini (auth.), Paolo Ciancarini, Michael J. Wooldridge (eds.)