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Semantics of Agent Communication Languages for Group Interaction

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Semantics of Agent Communication Languages for Group Interaction
Group communication is the core of societal interactions. Therefore, artificial agents should be able to communicate with groups as well as individuals. However, most contemporary agent communication languages, notably FIPA and KQML, have either no provision or no well-defined semantics for group communication. We give a semantics for group communication that we believe can profitably enrich the agent communication languages. In our semantics, individual communication is a special case of group communication wherein each communicating group consists of a single agent. One of the novel features of this semantics is that it allows senders to send messages even without knowing all the potential recipients of those messages
Sanjeev Kumar, Marcus J. Huber, David McGee, Phili
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where AAAI
Authors Sanjeev Kumar, Marcus J. Huber, David McGee, Philip R. Cohen, Hector J. Levesque
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