MAS-SOC: a Social Simulation Platform Based on Agent-Oriented Programming. This article gives an overview of our efforts in creating a platform for multi-agent based social simulation building on recent progress in the area of agent-oriented programming languages. The platform is called MAS-SOC, and the approach to building multi-agent based simulations with it includes the use of Jason, an interpreter for an extended version of AgentSpeak, and ELMS, a language for modelling environments where cognitive agents are situated. This article also mentions recent work on the use of ontologies in defining environments with ELMS and illustrates the approach with a simple example.

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  1. Serrano, Emilio; Muñoz, Andres; Botia, Juan: An approach to debug interactions in multi-agent system software tests (2012) ioport
  2. Serrano, Emilio; Quirin, Arnaud; Botia, Juan; Cordón, Oscar: Debugging complex software systems by means of pathfinder networks (2010) ioport
  3. Bordini, Rafael H.; Hübner, Jomi Fred; Wooldridge, Michael: Programming multi-agent systems in AgentSpeak using Jason (2007)