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July 2015 IJCAI'15: Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Publisher: AAAI Press
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In the contemporary autonomous systems the role of complex interactions such as (possibly relaxed) dialogues is increasing significantly. In this paper we provide a paraconsistent and paracomplete implementation of inquiry dialogue under realistic assumptions regarding availability and quality of information. Various strategies for dealing with unsure and inconsistent information are ...

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September 2013 ICCCI 2013: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence. Technologies and Applications - Volume 8083
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The logic TeamLog proposed by Dunin-Kăï??plicz and Verbrugge is used to express properties of agents' cooperation in terms ofäindividual, bilateral and collective informational and motivational attitudes like beliefs, goals and intentions. In this paper we isolate a Horn fragment of TeamLog, called Horn-TeamLog, and we show that it has PTime ...

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June 2012 KES-AMSTA'12: Proceedings of the 6th KES international conference on Agent and Multi-Agent Systems: technologies and applications
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The paper is devoted to a novel formalization of beliefs in multiagent systems. Our aim is to bridge the gap between idealized logical approaches to modeling beliefs and their actual implementations. Therefore the stages of belief acquisition, intermediate reasoning and final belief formation are isolated and analyzed. We give a ...

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January 2012 Games, Actions and Social Software: multidisciplinary Aspects
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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This chapter presents the non-dynamic part of a formal framework for teamwork in multi-agent systems. The framework consists of both <em>a static part</em> , defining collective motivational attitudes in such a way that the system developer can adapt them to the circumstances, and <em>a dynamic part</em> monitoring the changes in ...

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January 2012 Games, Actions and Social Software: multidisciplinary Aspects
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The starting point of this research is the multimodal approach to modeling multiagent systems, especially Beliefs, Goals and Intention systems. Such an approach is suitable for specifying and verifying many subtle aspects of agents' informational and motivational attitudes. However, in this chapter we make a shift in a perspective. More ...

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June 2011 ISMIS'11: Proceedings of the 19th international conference on Foundations of intelligent systems
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Cooperation in multi-agent systems essentially hinges on appropriate communication. This paper shows how to model communication in teamwork within TeamLog, the first multi-modal framework wholly capturing a methodology for working together. Starting from the dialogue theory ofWalton and Krabbe, the paper focuses on deliberation, the main type of dialogue during ...

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May 2011 AAMAS '11: The 10th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems - Volume 2
Publisher: International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems
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A number of popular logical formalisms for representing and reasoning about the abilities of teams or coalitions of agents have been proposed beginning with the Coalition Logic (CL) of Pauly. Ågotnes et al introduced a means of succinctly expressing quantification over coalitions without compromising the computational complexity of model checking ...
Keywords: coalition logic, coalition formation, complexity, model checking

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August 2010
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What makes teamwork tick? Cooperation matters, in daily life and in complex applications. After all, many tasks need more than a single agent to be effectively performed. Therefore, teamwork rules! Teams are social groups of agents dedicated to the fulfilment of particular persistent tasks. In modern multiagent environments, heterogeneous teams ...

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February 2010 International Journal of Approximate Reasoning: Volume 51 Issue 3, February, 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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In this paper we investigate a technique for fusing approximate knowledge obtained from distributed, heterogeneous information sources. This issue is substantial, e.g., in modeling multiagent systems, where a group of loosely coupled heterogeneous agents cooperate in achieving a common goal. Information exchange, leading ultimately to knowledge fusion, is a natural ...
Keywords: Approximate database, Dynamic logic, Similarity relation, Rough sets, Knowledge fusion

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August 2009 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems: Volume 19 Issue 1, August 2009
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
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September 2007 CEEMAS '07: Proceedings of the 5th international Central and Eastern European conference on Multi-Agent Systems and Applications V
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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This paper focuses on modelling perception and vague concepts in the context of multiagent B<Emphasis Type="SmallCaps">gi</Emphasis>(<em>Beliefs, Goals</em>and <em>Intentions</em>) systems. The starting point is the multimodal formalization of such systems. Then we make a shift from Kripke structures to similarity structures, allowing us to model perception and vagueness in an uniform ...
Keywords: approximate reasoning, multimodal logics, Bgi systems, multiagent systems

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June 2007 RSEISP '07: Proceedings of the international conference on Rough Sets and Intelligent Systems Paradigms
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The multi-agent system paradigm has proven to be a useful means of abstraction when considering distributed systems with interacting components. It is often the case that each component may be viewed as an intelligent agent with specific and often limited perceptual capabilities. It is also the case that these agent ...
Keywords: approximate reasoning, information fusion, similarity relation

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May 2006 AAMAS '06: Proceedings of the fifth international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems
Publisher: ACM
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For successful coordination and cooperation in a multiagent system, participants need to establish a sufficiently accurate awareness of the current situation. Awareness is understood here as a limited form of consciousness: in the minimal form, it refers to the state of an agent's beliefs about itself, about others and about ...
Keywords: BDI logic, group awareness, inter-personal awareness, intra-personal awareness, teamwork

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September 2005 IAT '05: Proceedings of the IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Our previous research presents a methodology of cooperative problem solving for BDI systems, based on a complete formal theory. This covers both a static part, defining individual, bilateral and collective agent attitudes, and a dynamic part, describing system reconfiguration in a dynamic, unpredictable environment. In this paper, we investigate the ...

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October 2004 ESAW'04: Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Engineering Societies in the Agents World
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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This research continues a line of recent investigation resulting already in Dunin-K̨eplicz and Verbrugge theory of collective motivational attitudes as well as a formal theory of teamwork. In this paper we aim to describe our work over a theory of collective commitments in cooperative teams basing on a software test–bed ...

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May 2004 Fundamenta Informaticae - Multiagent Systems (FAMAS'03): Volume 63 Issue 2-3, May 2004
Publisher: IOS Press
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In this paper we aim to formally model individual, social and collective motivational attitudes in teams of agents involved in Cooperative Problem Solving. Particular attention is given to the strongest motivational attitude, collective commitment, which leads to team action. First, building on our previous work, a logical framework is sketched ...

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April 2004 Fundamenta Informaticae - Multiagent Systems (FAMAS'03): Volume 63 Issue 2-3, April 2004
Publisher: IOS Press
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In this paper we aim to formally model individual, social and collective motivational attitudes in teams of agents involved in Cooperative Problem Solving. Particular attention is given to the strongest motivational attitude, collective commitment, which leads to team action. First, building on our previous work, a logical framework is sketched ...

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December 2003 Fundamenta Informaticae: Volume 56 Issue 4, December 2003
Publisher: IOS Press
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In this paper we aim to describe dynamic aspects of social and collective attitudes in teams of agents involved in Cooperative Problem Solving (CPS). Particular attention is given to the strongest motivational attitude, collective commitment, and its evolution during team action. First, building on our previous work, a logical framework ...

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June 2003 CEEMAS'03: Proceedings of the 3rd Central and Eastern European conference on Multi-agent systems
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 7

In this paper we aim to formally model the strongest motivational attitude occurring in teamwork, collective commitment. First, building on our previous work, a logical framework is sketched in which social commitments and collective intentions are formalized. Then, different versions of collective commitments are given, reflecting different aspects of Cooperative ...



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