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By Andrew J. I. Jones, Xavier Parent (auth.), Frank Dignum (eds.)

InthisbookwepresentacollectionofpapersaroundthetopicofAgentCom- nication. The communique among brokers has been one of many significant subject matters of analysis in multi-agent structures. the present paintings can as a result construct on a few prior workshops, the court cases of that have been released in prior volumes during this sequence. the root of this assortment is the approved s- missions of the workshop on Agent verbal exchange Languages which used to be held together with the AAMAS convention in July 2003 in Melbourne. The workshop acquired 15 submissions of which 12 have been chosen for booklet during this quantity. even if the variety of submissions was once under anticipated for a tremendous zone like Agent verbal exchange there isn't any cause to fret that this zone doesn't get sufficient recognition from the agent neighborhood. to start with, the 12 chosen papers are all of top quality. The excessive popularity price is simply because of this top of the range and never to the need to decide upon a definite variety of papers. along with the high quality workshop papers, we spotted that many papers on Agent conversation chanced on their approach to the most convention. We determined consequently to ask a couple of authors to revise and expand their papers from this convention and to mix them with the workshop papers. We think that the present assortment includes a great and particularly whole evaluate of the cutting-edge during this region of analysis and offers a superb indication of the subjects which are of significant curiosity on the moment.

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This last theory allows us to directly link the cognitive dissonance theory with notions, common in AI and MAS, of elements and constraints. In our theory, elements are both private and public agent’s cognitions: beliefs, desires, intentions and social commitments. Elements are divided in two sets: the set A of accepted elements (which are interpreted as true, activated or valid according to the elements type) and the set R of rejected elements (which are interpreted as false, inactivated or not valid according to the type of elements).

Such structures are characterised by the following features: – external paths whose entropies remain fairly unaffected by agent’s choices in the early phases of an encounter; – low expectation entropy where utility deviation is high – the higher the potential loss or gain of a path, the more predictable it should be (esp. g. by containing doactions for all parties, cf. RCOP) are more likely to become stable interaction procedures, as they will be used more often. One of the strengths of our framework is that empirical semantics suggest including considerations regarding the usefulness of “having” a certain semantics in the utility-guided decision processes of agents.

Communicative actions for artificial agents. In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS-95), pages 65–72, 1995. 4. P. R. Cohen and C. R. Perrault. Elements of a Plan-Based Theory of Speech Acts. Cognitive Science, 3:177–212, 1979. 5. N. Fornara and M. Colombetti. Operational specification of a commitment-based agent communication language. In Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS’02), pages 536–542, 2002.

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