Adapting Golog for Programming the Semantic Web


Motivated by the problem of automatically composing network accessible services, such as those on the World Wide Web, this paper proposes an approach to building agent technology based on the the notion of generic procedures and customizing user constraint. We argue that an augmented version of the logic programming language Golog provides a natural… (More)



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