[Software] Ishida, T.
Q language. [Other]
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Q Language is a language to design and describe interaction between agents and users. Many of the languages proposed for describing agent behavior and inter-agent protocols are based on agent internal mechanisms. Examples include SOAR and KQML. For Web applications, however, we should also consider the application designers' view. Q is a language for describing interaction between agents and users based on agent external roles. Q does not depend on agent internal mechanisms; its goal is to describe how scenario writers should be able to request agents to behave.
Application Areas: Theoretical
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