Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems: 4th by Jürgen Dix, João Leite

By Jürgen Dix, João Leite

This booklet constitutes the strictly refereed post-proceedings of the 4th foreign Workshop on Computational common sense for Multi-Agent structures, CLIMA IV, held in fortress Lauderdale, Fl, united states in January 2004.

The eleven revised complete papers offered including 2 invited papers have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development. The papers are dedicated to concepts from computational good judgment for representing, programming, and reasoning approximately multi-agent structures. The papers are geared up in topical sections on negotiation in MAS, making plans in MAS, wisdom revision and replace in MAS, and studying in BDI MAS.

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G will serve as a container for agents having the ability to solve E creates a new dedicated element, G, joins G and asks F and P to join G. Depending on the choice, agent E has different forms of control, visibility and knowledge over the activities and the communication between agents F and P. For instance E has a strict control over F and P in the case they join its content, while these agents remain more autonomous if they join an “ad hoc” group G. On the other hand E becomes more complex and may be involved in more “administrative” activities in the first case, especially if it starts collecting more Programming Groups of Rational Agents 25 and more sets of agents having certain abilities, while it can maintain a more agile structure if it creates external groups able to provide the required abilities.

The idea is to view default literals as new abducible positive atoms. In the rest of the paper, we will use the symbol not to indicate negation, and suppose that it is treated as by Eshghi and Kowalski [13]. Definition 2. Given an abductive program explanation for G is a set (such that is consistent and and a goal G, an abductive with a substitution such that We suppose that each integrity constraint has the syntax where is a conjunction of atoms. t. 3 Formalisation In this section, we give the formalisation of our framework for information sharing.

If philosopher tries to get its resources, it cannot get them at time zero, because the integrity constraint forbids to abduce both and the only possibility is to abduce new facts The second philosopher still does not know in which time tick it will get the resources is still a variable). If now releases its resources at time 3, abducing chop(2, _, 3), this atom unifies with one request of so gets the binding T2/3. , independent of the philosopher. , we define and instead of the generic predicates phil(P) and compute_needed_chops(P, P, P1) that we defined above) we obtain three mutually independent programs, for which the results of Theorem 2 hold.

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