By Dix J. (ed.), Leite J. (ed.)
This ebook constitutes the strictly refereed post-proceedings of the 4th foreign Workshop on Computational good judgment for Multi-Agent structures, CLIMA IV, held in fortress Lauderdale, Fl, united states in January 2004.The eleven revised complete papers offered including 2 invited papers have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development. The papers are dedicated to suggestions from computational good judgment for representing, programming, and reasoning approximately multi-agent platforms. The papers are geared up in topical sections on negotiation in MAS, making plans in MAS, wisdom revision and replace in MAS, and studying in BDI MAS.
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38 M. Gavanelli et al. Communication between agents will appear as a binding on the set of abduced hypotheses. Given abductive agents each providing an answer to a goal: communication will appear as (one) solution of the following equations: that can be seen as a problem [15, 16]. Definition 3. The property in Eq. 2 will be referred to as Global Consistency. Global consistency is equivalent to abduction performed by a single agent that has the union of the KBs and the union of the ICs. In order to prove this property, we introduce the concepts of independency and compositionality of programs, and show that independency implies compositionality.
Add both itself and E2 to G, 3. then broadcast a message, m, within G. Filtering. Agent E is a member of both F and G. When F broadcasts messages to its contents, E will receive these and can pass on selected messages to G. Thus, E acts as an intermediary between F and G. Ability Groups. Agent E wishes to collect together all those elements that have the capability to solve a certain problem Thus E can broadcast asking for agents who have the ability to solve Assume agents F and P receive the request and have the ability to do E has now different possible choices: E invites F and P to join its content E creates a new dedicated element, G, and asks F and P to join G.
Computational Logic and Multi-Agent Systems: 4th International Workshop, Clima 2004, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, January 6-7, 2004, Revised Selected and Invited Papers by Dix J. (ed.), Leite J. (ed.)