Mathieu Bergeron

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In recent years, social commitment based approaches have been proposed to solve problems issuing from previous mentalistic based semantics for agent communication languages. This paper follows the same line of thought since it presents the latest version of our dialogue game based agent communication language – DIAlogue-Game based Agent Language (DIAGAL) –(More)
In this paper, we present the latest version of our dialogue games based agent communication language (DIAGAL) which allows the agents to manipulate the public layer of social commitments through dialogue. We show that DIAGAL is complete according to the sequential creation, cancellation, update and discharge of social commitments. We also extend and refine(More)
A higher level of interdisciplinary collaboration between music information retrieval (MIR) and musicology has been proposed both in terms of MIR tools for musicology, and musicological motivation and interpretation of MIR research. Applying association mining and content citation analysis methods to musicology references in ISMIR papers, this paper(More)
This paper presents a new approach to polyphonic music retrieval, based on a structured pattern representation. Poly-phonic patterns are formed by joining and layering pattern components into sequences and simultaneities. Pattern components are conjunctions of features which encode event properties or relations with other events. Relations between events(More)
In this article, we present the web of commitment methodology that allows us to specify the dialogical behavior of agents from the commitments that can be contracted between them and from the links that can exist between those commitments. At first, we present the DIAGAL agent communication language which is based on social commitments and dialogue games(More)
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