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By Zhongzhi Shi, Ramakoti Sadananada

ISBN-10: 3540367071

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This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the ninth Pacific Rim overseas Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA 2006, held in Guilin, China, in August 2006 together with PRICAI 2006.

The 39 revised complete papers and fifty seven revised brief papers provided including four invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 203 submissions. Many present topics in multi-agent study and improvement are addressed, starting from theoretical and methodological concerns to varied functions in several fields. The papers are geared up in topical sections on agent versions, agent architectures, agent-oriented software program engineering, agent grid, semantic internet provider, collaboration, coordination and negotiation, agent studying, P2P computing, and applications.

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Lastly, he can decide that the collected information contained in Q is enough to determine the item to sell. In this case he informs the provider with the protocol variable prot the corresponding actions to buy it. The possibility of including a protocol variable provides the dialogue with flexibility and adaptability. For example in this case it is not necessary to consider beforehand all the possible buying protocols according to 16 G. A. D. Jim´enez-L´ opez agent(id1 , Customer, Proc(a) , K(b) , t) id2 =choose clerk(t) then ask(t) =⇒ agent(id2 ,IS) then agent(id1 , IP, Proc(a) , K(b) ∪ {Q=[]}) .

The approach relies upon the formal dialectics introduced by [13]. Despite all this research focused on modeling dialogue and semantic issues, there is an additional problem of verification of interaction protocols. A MAS defines a complex concurrent system of communicating agents. Concurrency introduces non-determinism into the system, which gives rise to a large number of potential problems, such as fairness, and deadlocks. Traditional debugging and simulation techniques cannot readily explore all of the possible behaviors of such systems, and therefore significant problems can remain undiscovered.

They differ from the agent’s internal psychological commitments, which capture the persistence of intentions as specified in the rational interaction theory. As a social notion, commitments are a base for a normative framework that makes it possible to model the agents’ behavior. The argumentative approach was proposed by [12] as a method for modeling dialogue. It is based upon an argumentation system where the agents’ reasoning capabilities are often linked to their abilities to argue. They are mainly based on the agent’s ability to establish a link between different facts, to determine if a fact is acceptable, to decide which arguments support which facts, etc.

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