Languages, Methodologies and Development Tools for Multi-Agent Systems

First International Workshop, LADS 2007, Durham, UK, September 4-6, 2007. Revised Selected Papers

ISBN: 978-3-540-85057-1 (Print) 978-3-540-85058-8 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Invited Paper

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      Pages 1-18

      Open Knowledge

  3. Agent Reasoning and Semantics

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      Pages 19-36

      Probabilistic and Logical Beliefs

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      Pages 37-53

      An Argumentation Based Semantics for Agent Reasoning

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      Pages 54-70

      Goal Selection Strategies for Rational Agents

  4. Declarative Languages and Technologies

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      Pages 71-88

      A Common Basis for Agent Organisation in BDI Languages

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      Pages 89-105

      Adjusting a Knowledge-Based Algorithm for Multi-agent Communication for CPS

  5. Methodologies and Design

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      Pages 106-122

      Extending the MaSE Methodology for the Development of Embedded Real-Time Systems

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      Pages 123-138

      Measuring Complexity of Multi-agent Simulations – An Attempt Using Metrics

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      Pages 139-155

      DCaseLP: A Prototyping Environment for Multi-language Agent Systems

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      Pages 156-172

      A Step Towards Fault Tolerance for Multi-Agent Systems

  6. Development Frameworks

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      Pages 173-190

      The Webbridge Framework for Building Web-Based Agent Applications

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      Pages 191-208

      Specifying Interaction Space Components in a FIPA-ACL Interaction Framework

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      Pages 209-224

      Enabling the Reuse of Platform-Dependent Agents in Heterogeneous Agent-Based Applications

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      Pages 225-242

      Introducing a Process Infrastructure for Agent Systems

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      Pages 243-260

      Facilitating Agent Development in Open Distributed Systems

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      Pages 261-278

      simpA: A Simple Agent-Oriented Java Extension for Developing Concurrent Applications

  7. Back Matter

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