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Multi-agent programming : languages, platforms and applications.

Bordini, R. H. and Dastani, M. and Dix, J. and El Fallah Seghrouchni, A. (2005) 'Multi-agent programming : languages, platforms and applications.', New York: Springer. Multiagent systems, artificial societies, and simulated organizations., 15

Abstract

The following text is taken from the publisher's website. "Multi-Agent Programming is an essential reference for anyone interested in the most up-to-date developments in MAS programming. While previous research has focused on the development of formal and informal approaches to analyze and specify Multi-Agent Systems, this book focuses on the development of programming languages and tools which not only support MAS programming, but also implement key concepts of MAS in a unified framework. Part I describes approaches that rely on computational logic or process algebra – Jason, 3APL, IMPACT, and CLAIM/SyMPA. Part II presents languages and platforms that extend or are based on Java – JADE, Jadex and JACKTM. Part III provides two significant industry specific applications – The DEFACTO System for coordinating human-agent teams for disaster response, and the ARTIMIS rational dialogue agent technology. Also featured are seven appendices for quick reference and comparison."

Item Type:Book
Keywords:MAS programming, Agent architectures, Systems implementation, Technology, Agent-oriented programming languages, Software engineering, Mobile agents, Multi-agent planning.
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:http://www.springeronline.com/0-387-24568-5
Record Created:25 Feb 2008
Last Modified:06 Jan 2010 16:32

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