Semantic Service Manager - Enabling Semantic Web Technologies in Multi-Agent Systems

Abstract

Computer systems are becoming more and more ubiquitous. Many of today’s application areas do not fit for monolithic approaches, but for distributed intelligent systems. The multi-agent paradigm is an appropriate and therefore popular approach for building these systems. To interpret messages and provided services the agents need a common ontology. Solutions to integrate standards like OWL-S allowing for using semantic web services into agent frameworks have already been presented in recent years. However, they mostly focus on service matchmaking, neglecting the design process. As a result, semantic web services are not used in actual agent frameworks. In this paper, we introduce the Semantic Service Manager, a tool that enables for implementing semantic web services in the multi-agent framework JIAC V and therefore enables the dynamic integration of new services into complex systems.

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@inproceedings{Masuch2014SemanticSM, title={Semantic Service Manager - Enabling Semantic Web Technologies in Multi-Agent Systems}, author={Nils Masuch and Christian Kuster and Sahin Albayrak}, booktitle={GI-Jahrestagung}, year={2014} }