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Layered message semantics using social commitments

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Layered message semantics using social commitments
Although mental states have its own place in the definition of message semantics, social commitments have emerged as a complementing element to circumvent the limitations of using mental state definitions in open multiagent systems. Based on current social commitment approaches, and inspired by theories of language use, we propose a commitmentbased model where messages are defined according to their use as coordinating devices for advancing conversations and the state of social commitments that bring about the actions advancing the joint activities in which agents participate. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.2.11 [Artificial Intelligence]: [Multiagent systems]; I.2.11 [Artificial Intelligence]: [Coherence and coordination] General Terms Design, Languages, Standardization Keywords Agent communication languages, protocols, commitments.
Roberto A. Flores, Philippe Pasquier, Brahim Chaib
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Year 2005
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Authors Roberto A. Flores, Philippe Pasquier, Brahim Chaib-draa
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