Programming Multi-Agent Systems

10th International Workshop, ProMAS 2012, Valencia, Spain, June 5, 2012, Revised Selected Papers

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ISBN: 978-3-642-38699-2 (Print) 978-3-642-38700-5 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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    Pages 1-16

    eJason: An Implementation of Jason in Erlang

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    Pages 17-34

    Conceptual Integration of Agents with WSDL and RESTful Web Services

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    Pages 35-53

    Agent Programming Languages Requirements for Programming Autonomous Robots

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    Pages 54-71

    An Agent-Based Cognitive Robot Architecture

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    Pages 72-89

    A Programming Framework for Multi-agent Coordination of Robotic Ecologies

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    Pages 90-107

    Evaluation of a Conversation Management Toolkit for Multi Agent Programming

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    Pages 108-122

    Compact and Efficient Agent Messaging

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    Pages 123-137

    Query Caching in Agent Programming Languages

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    Pages 138-157

    Typing Multi-agent Programs in simpAL

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    Pages 158-173

    Learning to Improve Agent Behaviours in GOAL

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    Pages 174-195

    The Multi-Agent Programming Contest 2012

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    Pages 196-204

    SMADAS: A Cooperative Team for the Multi-Agent Programming Contest Using Jason

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    Pages 205-216

    Reimplementing a Multi-Agent System in Python

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    Pages 217-223

    Multi-Agent Programming Contest 2012 – TUB Team Description

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    Pages 224-233

    LTI-USP Team: A JaCaMo Based MAS for the MAPC 2012

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    Pages 234-244

    Conquering Large Zones by Exploiting Task Allocation and Graph-Theoretical Algorithms

  18. Back Matter

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