By Hideyuki Nakashima, Chengqi Zhang
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the second one Pacific Rim foreign Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA'99, held in Kyoto, Japan in December 1999. The 17 revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of forty three submissions. The papers are equipped in sections on agent cooperation, agent mobility, studying in multiagent structures, interface brokers, and agent method layout.
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Fmn−1 . This means that the definition of Fmi is problematic. For example, while dialogue (5a) can be modeled as the function F(5a) , (5) a. Claire: Does Bill have the three of spades? Max: Yes. b. F(5a) (SClaire,Max ϕ) = FClaire:Does Bill have 3♠? ◦ FB:Y es (SClaire,Max ϕ) = SClaire,Max (ϕ ∧ have(Bill, 3♠)) we still need to define FClaire:Does Bill have 3♠? and FMax:Y es . We can easily define any total dialogue π as the update function Fπ of shared information, but the update function Fm of each move m is not a direct update function of shared information.
For example, part of the precondition for an agent’s sending a cancel is B1 (B2 I1 Done(α) ∨ U2 I1 Done(α)). Thus a simple agent that does not model the mental states of others cannot use cancel and remain conformant; it presumably must use the more basic inform(A2 , ¬I1 Done(α)) to cancel a previously sent request (A2 , α). It is not even clear that the basic action request can be used: the speciﬁcation is inconsistent with regard to its preconditions. 3. The preconditions chosen are unnecessarily restrictive.
Agent communication languages: The current landscape. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 14(2):45–52, 1999. 18, 29 Reliable Agent Communication – A Pragmatic Perspective 31 13. James Mayﬁeld, Yannis Labrou, and Tim Finin. Evaluation of KQML as an agent communication language. In Intelligent Agents II: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL-95). LNAI 1037, Montr´eal, 1995. Springer Verlag. 29 14. Jeremy Pitt and Abe Mamdami. A protocol-based semantics for an agent communication language.
Approaches to Intelligent Agents: Second Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA'99, Kyoto, Japan, December 2-3, 1999 Proceedings by Hideyuki Nakashima, Chengqi Zhang