Computational Logic and Multi-Agent Systems: 4th by Dix J. (ed.), Leite J. (ed.)

By Dix J. (ed.), Leite J. (ed.)

This booklet constitutes the strictly refereed post-proceedings of the 4th foreign Workshop on Computational common sense for Multi-Agent platforms, CLIMA IV, held in castle Lauderdale, Fl, united states in January 2004.The eleven revised complete papers awarded including 2 invited papers have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development. The papers are dedicated to innovations from computational good judgment for representing, programming, and reasoning approximately multi-agent platforms. The papers are equipped in topical sections on negotiation in MAS, making plans in MAS, wisdom revision and replace in MAS, and studying in BDI MAS.

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We define and instead of the generic predicates phil(P) and compute_needed_chops(P, P, P1) that we defined above) we obtain three mutually independent programs, for which the results of Theorem 2 hold. In that case, global consistency is equivalent to centralised abduction. Similar considerations apply to the other examples that will follow this section. This example must not be seen as a possible solution to the synchronisation problems of the dining philosophers, but rather as an example of information sharing.

28 M. Fisher, C. Ghidini, and B. Hirsch of formulae which describe a complex behaviour to be identified, and possibly modified (to modify the complex behaviour) within an agent. We provide a (simple) implementation of most of the behaviours depicted in Fig. 3 as a file which agents can load. However, in order to allow the programmers to devise their own behaviours, and overwrite the default implementations, they can re-define groups of rules and this will completely overwrite the default behaviour.

It provides a high-level programming notation, maintaining a close link between program and specification. With temporal logic as a basis, METATEM is able to describe the dynamic behaviour of an agent and the evolution of its knowledge and goals. The extensions introduced in [10, 11] provide the basic METATEM language with the capability of expressing also abilities of agents, their belief, and their confidence. We briefly review here the approach, starting by the original METATEM and then illustrating the additional concepts of ability, belief and confidence.

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