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Law-governed Linda as a semantics for agent dialogue protocols

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Law-governed Linda as a semantics for agent dialogue protocols
Tuple spaces and the associated Linda language are a popular model for distributed computation, and Law-Governed Linda (LGL) is a variant allowing processes to have differential and secure access to tuple spaces. We propose a form of LGL as a means of implementing a multi-agent dialogue game protocol, such that utterances under the dialogue protocol are interpreted as actions on particular tuple spaces subject to certain laws. In this way, the tuple spaces, their associated law and the actions on them may be viewed as a semantics for the dialogue protocol syntax. Categories and Subject Descriptors
Sylvie Doutre, Peter McBurney, Michael Wooldridge
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ATAL
Authors Sylvie Doutre, Peter McBurney, Michael Wooldridge
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