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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Choice, Interoperability, and Conformance in Interaction Protocols and Service Choreographies

    Many real-world applications of multiagent systems require independently designed (Heterogeneous) and operated (Autonomous) agents to interoperate. The authors consider agents who offer business services and collaborate in interesting business service engagements. They formalize notions of interoperability and conformance, which appropriately support agent heterogeneity and autonomy. With respect to autonomy, the...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Multiagent Commitment Alignment

    Commitments provide a basis for understanding interactions in multiagent systems. Successful interoperation relies upon the interacting parties being aligned with respect to their commitments. However, alignment is nontrivial in a distributed system where agents communicate asynchronously and make different observations. The authors propose a formalization for commitments that ensures alignment...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Choice, Interoperability, and Conformance in Interaction Protocols and Service Choreographies

    Many real-world applications of multiagent systems require independently designed (Heterogeneous) and operated (Autonomous) agents to interoperate. The authors consider agents who offer business services and collaborate in interesting business service engagements. They formalize notions of interoperability and conformance, which appropriately support agent heterogeneity and autonomy. With respect to autonomy, the...

    Provided By IFAAMAS

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Multiagent Commitment Alignment

    Commitments provide a basis for understanding interactions in multiagent systems. Successful interoperation relies upon the interacting parties being aligned with respect to their commitments. However, alignment is nontrivial in a distributed system where agents communicate asynchronously and make different observations. The authors propose a formalization for commitments that ensures alignment...

    Provided By IFAAMAS