+612 9045 4394
 
CHECKOUT
Intelligent Agents III. Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages : Ecai'96 Workshop (Atal), Budapest, Hungary, August 12-13, 1996, Proceedings - Jorg P. Muller

Intelligent Agents III. Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages

Ecai'96 Workshop (Atal), Budapest, Hungary, August 12-13, 1996, Proceedings

By: Jorg P. Muller (Editor), Michael J. Wooldridge (Editor), Nicolas R. Jennings (Editor)

Paperback

Published: 22nd January 1997
Ships: 5 to 9 business days
5 to 9 business days
$147.02
or 4 easy payments of $36.76 with Learn more

Intelligent agents are computer systems that are capable of flexible autonomous action in dynamic, typically multi-agent domains. Over the past few years, the computer science community has begun to recognise that the technology of intelligent agents provides the key to solving a range of complex software application problems, for which traditional software engineering tools and techniques offer no solution.
This book, the third in a series, represents the state of the art in the science of agent systems. It is based on papers presented at the 3rd workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures and Languages (ATAL'96), held in conjunction with the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI'96) in Budapest, Hungary, in August 1996. It is essential reading for anyone interested in this vital new technology.

Reasoning about Visibility, Perception and Knowledgep. 1
A Spectrum of Modes of Knowledge Sharing between Agentsp. 13
Observability-Based Nested Belief Computation for Multiagent Systems and its Formalizationp. 27
On the Correctness of PRS Agent Programsp. 42
Incorporating Uncertainty in Agent Commitmentsp. 57
Rational Cognition in OSCARp. 71
Agents for Information Broadcastingp. 91
On the Evaluation of Agent Architecturesp. 106
Toward a Methodology for AI Architecture Evaluationp. 117
Reactive-System Approaches to Agent Architecturesp. 132
A Planning Component for RETSINA Agentsp. 147
A Scalable Agent Location Mechanismp. 162
Reactivity in a Logic-Based Robot Programming Frameworkp. 173
Extending ConGolog to Allow Partial Orderingp. 188
Operational Semantics of Multi-agent Organisationsp. 205
Open Multi-agent Systems: Agent Communication and Integrationp. 218
Toward Team-Oriented Programmingp. 233
Agent-Oriented Software Engineeringp. 248
Multiagent System Engineering: The Coordination Viewpointp. 250
Using Multi-context Systems to Engineer Executable Agentsp. 260
Structuring BDI Agents in Functional Clustersp. 277
Towards a Distributed, Environment-Centered Agent Frameworkp. 290
Variable Sociability in Agent-Based Decision Makingp. 305
Cooperation and Group Utilityp. 319
Relating Quantified Motivations for Organizationally Situated Agentsp. 334
The Role and the Impact of Preferences on Multiagent Interactionp. 349
Deliberate Normative Agents: Principles and Architecturep. 364
Subject Indexp. 379
Author Indexp. 381
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9783540625070
ISBN-10: 3540625070
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 408
Published: 22nd January 1997
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.21
Weight (kg): 0.59