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Let's talk about our "being": A linguistic-based ontology framework for coordinating agents

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Let's talk about our "being": A linguistic-based ontology framework for coordinating agents
Abstract. In open scenarios, agents willing to cooperate must impact the communication barrier between them and their unknown partners. If agents are not relying on any agreement about the meaning they ascribe to the symbols used in the conversation, semantic misalignments will arise on the discourse domain as well, thus making the communication impossible. In wide and heterogeneous scenarios offered by the Web (and its newborn semantic incarnation), traditional and meaning-safe methodologies for communication need to keep abreast of new dynamic communicative interaction modalities. The uncertainties arising from communication between actors which base their behavior on different and heterogeneous knowledge models have to be taken into account, wisely balancing the extent of “reachable knowledge” with the trustworthiness of its information. Main objective of this work is to augment the FIPA Ontology Service Specification with linguistically-aware methodologies for communication, de...
Maria Teresa Pazienza, Savino Sguera, Armando Stel
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where AO
Authors Maria Teresa Pazienza, Savino Sguera, Armando Stellato
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