Using HDS for Realizing Multi-Agent Applications

Although some of the most important works on multi-agent systems focused on interoperating multi-agent systems with legacy applications, the main results consisted in the definition of two agent communication languages, i.e., KQML and FIPA ACL (Agent Communication Language), and a set of specifications, i.e., the FIPA specifications, for the realization of interoperable multi-agent systems. Now-a-days, web services are the primary mean to provide interoperability with legacy applications and the large part of multi-agent applications have been realized without any strong requirement for the interoperability with other multi-agent applications.

Provided by: RWTH Aachen University Topic: Hardware Date Added: Aug 2010 Format: PDF

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