Environment as a first class abstraction in multiagent systems

@article{Weyns2006EnvironmentAA,
  title={Environment as a first class abstraction in multiagent systems},
  author={Danny Weyns and Andrea Omicini and J. Odell},
  journal={Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={5-30}
}
The current practice in multiagent systems typically associates the environment with resources that are external to agents and their communication infrastructure. Advanced uses of the environment include infrastructures for indirect coordination, such as digital pheromones, or support for governed interaction in electronic institutions. Yet, in general, the notion of environment is not well defined. Functionalities of the environment are often dealt with implicitly or in an ad hoc manner. This… Expand
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