Exception Handling in Agent Systems

@inproceedings{Klein1999ExceptionHI,
  title={Exception Handling in Agent Systems},
  author={Mark Klein and Chrysanthos Dellarocas},
  booktitle={Agents},
  year={1999}
}
A critical challenge to creating effective agent-based systems is allowing them to operate effectively when the operating environment is complex, dynamic, and error-prone. In this paper we will review the limitations of current “agent-local” approaches to exception handling in agent systems, and propose an alternative approach based on a shared exception handling service that is “plugged”, with little or no customization, into existing agent systems. This service can be viewed as a kind of… CONTINUE READING
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