Subject: 2.4.1 Agent communication languages
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Number of items: 20.

[Software] Helmhout, J.M. and Gazendam, H.W.M. and Jorna, R.J. and Roest, G.B. (2006) The Social Cognitive Actor: RBot. [Educational]

Rovatsos, M. and Nickles, M. and Weiß, G. (2004) An empirical model of communication in multiagent systems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2922. .

Rovatsos, M. and Nickles, M. and Weiss, G. (2004) An Empirical Model of Communication in Multiagent Systems. In Advances in Agent Communication. .

Cordi, V. and Mascardi, V. (2004) Checking the Completeness of Ontologies: A Case Study from the Semantic Web. CILC. .

Nickles, M. and Rovatsos, M. and Brauer, W. and Weiß, G. (2004) Communication systems: a unified model of socially intelligent agents. Spinger-Verlag.

Cordi, V. and Mascardi, V. and Martelli, M. and Sterling, L. (2004) Developing an Ontology for the Retrieval of XML Documents: A Comparative Evaluation of Existing Methodologies. AOIS at AAMAS. .

Nickles, M. and Rovatsos, M. and Weiß, G. (2004) Empirical-rational semantics of agent communication. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS). .

Hui, K. and Chalmers, S. and Gray, P.M. and Preece, A. (2004) Experience in Using RDF in Agent-mediated Knowledge Architectures. Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management (LNAI). Springer, Germany.

Cabac, L. and Moldt, D. (2004) Formal Semantics for AUML Agent Interaction Protocol Diagrams. In: Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering (AOSE-2004) at AAMAS04.

Rahwan, Iyad (2004) Interest-based Negotiation in Multi-Agent Systems. PhD thesis, University of Melbourne.

Endriss, U. and Maudet, N. and Sadri, F. and Toni, F. (2004) Logic-based agent communication protocols. In Advances in agent communication languages of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), 29222.

Walton, C. (2004) Multi-Agent Dialogue Protocols. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics. .

Nickles, M. and Weiß, G. (2004) Multiagent systems without agents: mirror-holons for the compilation and enactment of communication structures. Socionics. Spinger-Verlag.

Froehner, T. and Nickles, M. and Weiß, G. (2004) Open ontologies - The need for modeling heterogeneous knowledge. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information and Knowledge Engineering (IKE). .

Wells, S. and Reed, C.A. (2004) Specification of formal dialectical systems. Proc. ArgMAS. .

Van Eijk, R. and De Boer, F. and Van der Hoek, W. and Meyer, J.J. (2003) A Fully Abstract Model for the Exchange of Information in Multi-Agent Systems. Theoretical Computer Science, 290 (3). pp. 1753-1773.

Alberti, M. and Ciampolini, A. and Gavanelli, M. and Lamma, E. and Mello, P. and Torroni, P. (2003) A social ACL semantics by deontic constraints. In: Multi-Agent Systems and Applications III. Proceedings of the 3rd International Central and Eastern European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems, CEEMAS 2003. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 2691. Springer-Verlag, Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 204-213.

Van Eijk, R. and De Boer, F. and Van der Hoek, W. and Meyer, J.J. (2003) A Verification Framework for Agent Communication. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 6. pp. 185-219.

Barbat, B.E. and Cretulescu, R. (2003) Digital Ethics. Agents, Between Machiavelli and Hippocrates. The good, the bad and the irrelevant: The user and the future of information and communication technologies. .

Alberti, M. and Ciampolini, A. and Gavanelli, M. and Lamma, E. and Mello, P. and Torroni, P. (2003) Logic Based Semantics for an Agent Communication Language. In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Formal Approaches to Multi-Agent Systems (FAMAS). , Warsaw, Poland, pp. 21-36.

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