Multi-agent systems represent the most recenttechnology to design and develop distributedapplications. Agents can also gain advantage frommobility, i.e., the capability of changing executionenvironment in world modeled as a set of nodes withdifferent resources and services. This technology callsfor appropriate local infrastructures to manage theinteractions among agents and between agents andenvironments. We propose to build such infrastructureson the basis of roles, which represent the behavior andthe capabilities of agents. Some examples are reported toexplain the exposed concepts in concrete fields.

Role-based Infrastructures for Agents / Cabri, Giacomo. - STAMPA. - (2001), pp. 210-214. ((Intervento presentato al convegno The Eighth IEEE Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems tenutosi a Bologna, Italy nel October 31 - November 2.

Role-based Infrastructures for Agents

CABRI, Giacomo
2001

Abstract

Multi-agent systems represent the most recenttechnology to design and develop distributedapplications. Agents can also gain advantage frommobility, i.e., the capability of changing executionenvironment in world modeled as a set of nodes withdifferent resources and services. This technology callsfor appropriate local infrastructures to manage theinteractions among agents and between agents andenvironments. We propose to build such infrastructureson the basis of roles, which represent the behavior andthe capabilities of agents. Some examples are reported toexplain the exposed concepts in concrete fields.
The Eighth IEEE Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems
Bologna, Italy
October 31 - November 2
210
214
Cabri, Giacomo
Role-based Infrastructures for Agents / Cabri, Giacomo. - STAMPA. - (2001), pp. 210-214. ((Intervento presentato al convegno The Eighth IEEE Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems tenutosi a Bologna, Italy nel October 31 - November 2.
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