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Towards layered dialogical agents

AuthorsNoriega, Pablo ; Sierra, Carles
KeywordsMulti-agent environment
Layered architecture
Formal theory
Dynamic logic
Computational interpretations
Intelligent agents
Computational linguistics
Specification languages
Computation theory
Multi agent systems
Issue Date1997
CitationLecture Notes in Computer Science, Intelligent Agents III Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages ECAI'96 Workshop (ATAL) Budapest, Hungary, August 12–13, 1996 Proceedings, vol. 1193: 173- 188
AbstractWe present a formalism for the specification of agents within a multiagent system in which we characterize agents through a layered architecture with bridge rules between formal theories, and multi-agent systems through dialogical frameworks. Concurrent Descriptive Dynamic Logic (an extension of Peleg's Concurrent Dynamic Logic) is introduced as the specification language to account for the computational interpretation of such multi-agent systems. We illustrate our proposal through the description and implementation of a multiagent environment: the downward-bidding fish market. © 1997, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. All rights reserved.
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