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Tools for Developing and Monitoring Agents in Distributed Multi-Agent Systems

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Tools for Developing and Monitoring Agents in Distributed Multi-Agent Systems
Before the powerful agent programming paradigm can be adopted in commercial or industrial settings, a complete environment, similar to that for other programming languages, must be developed. This includes editors, libraries, and an environment for the completion of agent tasks. The DECAF[8] Agent architecture is a general purpose agent development platform that was designed specifically to support concurrency, distributed operations, support for high level programming paradigms, and high throughput. The architecture has been designed with built-in scalability which adapts itself to multiple processor architecture and highly distributed multiagent systems. DECAF supports research efforts in planning and scheduling with modular design. The architecture also supports application development and has current developments in social modeling, middle agents, information extraction, and proxy operations. DECAF also supports the next step in the progression of the programming paradigm by allo...
John R. Graham, Daniel McHugh, Michael Mersic, Fos
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where AGENTS
Authors John R. Graham, Daniel McHugh, Michael Mersic, Foster McGeary, M. Victoria Windley, David Cleaver, Keith Decker
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