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Representation and reasoning for DAML-based policy and domain services in KAoS and nomads

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Representation and reasoning for DAML-based policy and domain services in KAoS and nomads
To increase the assurance with which agents can be deployed in operational settings, we have been developing the KAoS policy and domain services. In conjunction with Nomads strong mobility and safe execution features, KAoS services and tools allow for the specification, management, conflict resolution, and enforcement of DAML-based policies within the specific contexts established by complex organizational structures. In this paper, we will discuss results, issues, and lessons learned in the development of these representations, tools, and services and their use in military and space applications Keywords social order, conventions, norms, social control; cultural norms and institutions, ontologies for agents and social modeling; ontologies in agent-based information systems and knowledge management, DAML, policy, domains, KAoS, Nomads, human-agent teamwork, adjustable autonomy, coalition, augmented cognition, cognitive prosthesis
Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Andrzej Uszok, Renia Jeffers,
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ATAL
Authors Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Andrzej Uszok, Renia Jeffers, Niranjan Suri, Patrick J. Hayes, Mark H. Burstein, Alessandro Acquisti, Brett Benyo, Maggie R. Breedy, Marco M. Carvalho, David J. Diller, Matt Johnson, Shriniwas Kulkarni, James Lott, Maarten Sierhuis, Ron van Hoof
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