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Open interaction systems play a crucial role in agreement technologies because they are software devised for enabling autonomous agents (software or human) to interact, negotiate, collaborate, and coordinate their activities in order to establish agreements. In our view those systems can be efficiently and effectively modeled as a set of physical and(More)
Azizi Ab Aziz Lucas Agussurja Jean-Paul Arcangeli Tim Baarslag Dirk Bade Bruno Beaufils Francesco Belardinelli Karel Bergmann Stefano Bromuri Suratna Budalakoti Sofia Ceppi Kyriakos Chatzidimitriou Antonios Chrysopoulos Zijie Cong Jorge Pablo Cordero Hernandez Lennard de Rijk David DeAngelis John Debenham Fabien Delecroix Marc Esteva Patricia Everaere Moser(More)
Open interaction systems play a crucial role in agreement technologies because they are software devised for enabling autonomous agents (software or human) to interact, negotiate, collaborate, and coordinate their activities in order to establish agreements and manage their execution. Following the approach proposed by the recent literature on agent(More)
The notion of Multi-Agent System (MAS) environment, as remarked by recent literature, has gained a key role, becoming a mediating entity, functioning as enabler but possibly also as a manager and constrainer of agent actions, perceptions, and interactions1 while addressing the requirements of openness and scalability. According to such a perspective, the(More)
The notion of Multi-Agent System environment is currently considered as a mediating entity, functioning as enabler but possibly also as a manager and constrainer of agent actions, perceptions, and interactions. In this paper, we analyze how the environment could be a first class abstraction to support the building, the development and the management of(More)
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