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In this paper we have adopted an agent approach for traffic light control. According to this approach, our system consists of agents and their world. In the traffic context, the world consists of cars, road networks, traffic lights, etc. Each of these agents controls all traffic lights at a road junction by an observe-think-act cycle. That is, the agent(More)
Multi-agent communication of Semantic Web information cannot be realized without the need to reason with ontology and agent locations. This is because for an agent to be able to reason with an external semantic web ontology, it must know where and how to access to that ontology. Similarly, for an agent to be able to communicate with another agent, it must(More)
In this paper we propose a multi-agent approach for traffic-light control. According to this approach, our system consists of agents and their world. In this context, the world consists of cars, road networks, traffic lights, etc. Each of these agents controls all traffic lights at one road junction by an observe-think-act cycle. That is, each agent(More)
A recent development of a Semantic Web language is OWL 2, an extension of OWL. So far OWL 2 has been designed by W3C as the language for representing a web ontology. Earlier we have developed a meta-logical approach for reasoning with Semantic Web ontologies expressed in OWL [6], with the new extension-OWL 2, in this paper we shall extend our previous work(More)
Meta-reasoning is essential for multi-agent communication. In this paper we propose a framework of multi-agent communication in which agents employ meta-reasoning to reason with agent and ontology locations in order to communicate semantic information with other agents on the semantic web and also reason with multiple distributed ontologies. We shall argue(More)