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Socially-aware lightweight coordination infrastructures

AuthorsEsteva, Marc; Rodríguez-Aguilar, Juan Antonio ; Arcos Rosell, Josep Lluís ; Sierra, Carles
Issue Date2011
CitationProceedings of the12th International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering (AOSE 2011). AAMAS 2011 Workshop, 2, Taipei, Taiwan, May 02 - 06, 2011, pp. 117-128
AbstractCoordination infrastructures have played a central role in the engineering of multi-agent systems (MAS). Although MAS research has produced a number of notable coordination infrastructures of varying features, these have been mainly conceived to host software agents and to facilitate multi-agent programming. Thus, human agents have been mostly kept out of the picture, hence hindering the use of agent-oriented infrastructures for the coordination of hybrid multi-agent systems. Moreover, current MAS tools supporting coordination heavily rely on a dedicated infrastructure. In this work we touch upon these two issues. On the one hand, we analyse the kind of coordination support required by humans in a hybrid multi-agent system. On the other hand, we propose how to achieve coordination with little, lightweight infrastructure.
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