• GOLOG

  • Referenced in 170 articles [sw02159]
  • action before committing to a particular behavior. The net effect is that programs ... robots and industrial processes, intelligent software agents, discrete event simulation, etc. It is based...
  • RuleML

  • Referenced in 27 articles [sw01792]
  • ontologies, and dynamic Web behaviors of workflows, services, and agents...
  • DECAF

  • Referenced in 20 articles [sw04849]
  • agent communication. Instead, users may quickly prototype agent systems by focusing on the domain-specific ... plan editor, reusable generic behaviors, and various supporting middle-agents. This paper briefly describe...
  • PersonalSearcher

  • Referenced in 9 articles [sw01775]
  • observing the user behavior on the Web. The agent uses a textual case-based reasoning...
  • ABLE

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw29874]
  • hierarchical distributed control. The Subsumption agent defines specific behaviors or strategies and can be plugged ... ABLE distributed agent platform, we discuss how we can incrementally add new behaviors and capabilities...
  • Society Visualiser

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw20845]
  • such societies are agent heterogeneity, conflicting individual goals and unpredictable behavior. Members of such societies ... developed for the executable specification of open agent societies. We adopt an external perspective...
  • JAFMAS

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw07882]
  • KQML) based languages allowing for agent independent semantics. Coordination support follows from Searle’s thesis ... complex) rule-governed form of behavior.” We conceptualize agent plans and their coordination as rule...
  • R-Charon

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw19756]
  • well as of links (references) between the agents. As such, R-Charon is the first ... Charon on three levels: behavior (modes), structure (agents) and configuration (system...
  • CDOL

  • Referenced in 5 articles [sw02639]
  • sublanguage provides active, user-transparent agents that support reactive behavior within CDOL applications. In particular...
  • A-RESCUE

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw20579]
  • RESCUE: an agent based regional evacuation simulator coupled with user enriched behavior. Household behavior ... models largely overlook the complexity of household behavior leading to oversimplified traffic assignments ... RESCUE (Agent-based Regional Evacuation Simulator Coupled with User Enriched behavior) that integrates the rich ... agent making various evacuation related decisions based on advanced behavioral models. From household decisions...
  • TraPHic

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw39571]
  • model the interactions between different road-agents using a novel LSTM-CNN hybrid network ... varying shapes, dynamics, and behaviors of different road agents. In addition, we model horizon-based ... implicitly model the driving behavior of each road-agent. We evaluate the performance...
  • BioWar

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw14607]
  • this paper. BioWar simulates individuals as agents who are embedded in social, health, and professional ... epidemiology, BioWar simulates health-care-seeking behaviors, absenteeism patterns, and pharmaceutical purchases, information useful...
  • AgentCell

  • Referenced in 6 articles [sw35544]
  • molecular interactions and variability of cellular behavior. To describe this relationship, it is necessary ... using agent-based technology to study the relationship between stochastic intracellular processes and behavior ... this model, each bacterium is an agent equipped with its own chemotaxis network, motors...
  • ProMoca

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw18548]
  • commitment protocols. However, analysis of an agent’s behavior in a commitment protocol, which should ... commitment protocols, and model agents in terms of their goals, behaviors, and beliefs. Furthermore ... deterministic elements to model uncertainty in agents’ beliefs. Secondly, we identify two essential properties...
  • KSACI

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw02455]
  • KSACI: A handheld device infrastructure for agents communication. The recent development of software platforms ... complex thus requiring the intelligent behavior typically provided by agents. However, since J2ME...
  • L-VIBRA

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw02429]
  • with coordinating intelligent behavior among a collection of autonomous intelligent agents. In the last years...
  • JEOPS

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw02428]
  • intelligent agents facilitates the development of systems which require intelligent behavior, the lack of standard...
  • Biter

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw01288]
  • functions, and a Generic Agent Architecture (GAA) with some basic behaviors such as “dribble ball ... type of activities typical for an agent in a multiagent system. These activities include ... reactive responses, long-term behaviors, and conversations with other agents. We also discuss our initial...
  • MADRaS

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw38683]
  • present MADRaS, an open-source multi-agent driving simulator for use in the design ... These constraints often involve the behaviors of other agents in the environment. MADRaS provides ... agent training, inter-vehicular communication, noisy observations, stochastic actions, and custom traffic cars whose behaviors ... server and each client is a driving agent. MADRaS uses multiprocessing to run each agent...
  • V-market

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw01349]
  • series of new possibilities for this arena. Agents can be used to automate, as well ... behavior process. This paper proposes a software engineering approach to the design of agent mediated...