Role monitoring in open agent societies
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SubjectArtificial Intelligence; Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet); Computers and Society; Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery; Information Storage and Retrieval
We address run-time monitoring of membership, roles and role dynamics in open agent societies. To this end, we build on Dignum's formalization of agent organizations, on the SOCS computational logic agent framework and on the Event Calculus for representing and reasoning about time.
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