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A Social Semantics for Agent Communication Languages
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We present a social semantics for agent communication languages (ACLs) that gives primacy to the interactions among the agents. Expand
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An evidential model of distributed reputation management
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Our approach adapts the mathematical theory of evidence to represent and propagate the ratings that agents give to their correspondents. Expand
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A Social Mechanism of Reputation Management in Electronic Communities
Trust is important wherever agents must interact. We consider the important case of interactions in electronic communities, where the agents assist and represent principal entities, such as peopleExpand
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Detecting deception in reputation management
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We previously developed a social mechanism for distributed reputation management, in which an agent combines testimonies from several witnesses to determine its ratings of another agent. Expand
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A framework and ontology for dynamic Web services selection
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An agent framework for dynamic service selection via an agent framework coupled with a QoS ontology. Expand
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Agent Communication Languages: Rethinking the Principles
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Agent communication languages have been used for years in proprietary multiagent systems. Expand
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Agent Communication Languages: Rethinking the Principles
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Agent communication languages have been used for years in proprietary multiagent systems. Expand
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Service-oriented computing - semantics, processes, agents
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Service-Oriented Computing with Services with XML and XML Schema . Expand
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Flexible protocol specification and execution: applying event calculus planning using commitments
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We develop an approach for specifying protocols in which we capture the content of the actions through agents' commitments to one another. Expand
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Distributed Reputation Management for Electronic Commerce
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An evidential model of reputation management based on the Dempster-Shafer theory of evidence. Expand
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