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JASDL: A Practical Programming Approach Combining Agent and Semantic Web Technologies

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JASDL: A Practical Programming Approach Combining Agent and Semantic Web Technologies
Abstract. Although various ideas for integrating Semantic Web and Agent Programming techniques have appeared in the literature, as yet no practical programming approach has managed to harness the full potential for declarative agent-oriented programming of currently widely used Semantic Web technologies. When agent programmers are familiar with existing ontologies for the domain of interest, they can take advantage of the knowledge already represented there to make their programs much more compact and elegant, besides the obvious interoperability and reuse advantages. This paper describes JASDL: an extension of the Jason agent platform which makes use of OWL-API to provide features such as plan trigger generalisation based on ontological knowledge and the use of such knowledge in querying the belief base. The paper also includes a running example which clearly illustrates the features and advantages of our approach.
Thomas Klapiscak, Rafael H. Bordini
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DALT
Authors Thomas Klapiscak, Rafael H. Bordini
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