Dynamic protocols for open agent systems

@inproceedings{Artikis2009DynamicPF,
  title={Dynamic protocols for open agent systems},
  author={Alexander Artikis},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2009}
}
Multi-agent systems where the members are developed by parties with competing interests, and where there is no access to a member’s internal state, are often classified as ‘open’. The specification of protocols for open agent systems of this sort is largely seen as a design-time activity. Moreover, there is no support for run-time specification modification. Due to environmental, social, or other conditions, however, it is often required to revise the specification during the protocol execution… CONTINUE READING
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