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Adaptive Agent Model: an Agent Interaction and Computation Model

Adaptive Agent Model: an Agent Interaction and Computation Model
Adaptive Agent Model: an Agent Interaction and Computation Model
Software systems must be capable of coping with continuous requirements changes and at the same time wisely make use of emerging components and services to remain useful in their environment. In this paper, the Adaptive Agent Model (AAM) approach is proposed. The AAM uses configurable interaction model to drive adaptive agent behaviour. The model captures user requirements and is maintained by experts at a high level of abstraction. The AAM interaction model has been discussed with regard to interaction specification and interaction coordination, in line with a coordination language for the OpenKnowledge project. A major benefit of using the approach is agents can dynamically choose disparate components and services already developed for computation via their interaction with each other at runtime, when a new interaction model has been configured for them towards an emerging business goal. A simple expert seeking scenario has been used to illustrate the approach.
Adaptive Agent Model
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Xiao, Liang
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Lewis, Paul
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Xiao, Liang, Robertson, Dave, Croitoru, Madalina, Lewis, Paul, Dashmapatra, Srinandan, Dupplaw, David and Hu, Bo (2007) Adaptive Agent Model: an Agent Interaction and Computation Model. The 31st IEEE Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC'07), China. 23 - 27 Jul 2007. pp. 153-158 .

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Abstract

Software systems must be capable of coping with continuous requirements changes and at the same time wisely make use of emerging components and services to remain useful in their environment. In this paper, the Adaptive Agent Model (AAM) approach is proposed. The AAM uses configurable interaction model to drive adaptive agent behaviour. The model captures user requirements and is maintained by experts at a high level of abstraction. The AAM interaction model has been discussed with regard to interaction specification and interaction coordination, in line with a coordination language for the OpenKnowledge project. A major benefit of using the approach is agents can dynamically choose disparate components and services already developed for computation via their interaction with each other at runtime, when a new interaction model has been configured for them towards an emerging business goal. A simple expert seeking scenario has been used to illustrate the approach.

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Published date: 2007
Additional Information: Event Dates: July 23-27 2007
Venue - Dates: The 31st IEEE Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC'07), China, 2007-07-23 - 2007-07-27
Keywords: Adaptive Agent Model
Organisations: Web & Internet Science, Southampton Wireless Group

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Local EPrints ID: 264399
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/264399
ISBN: 0-7695-2870-8
PURE UUID: 457c3780-262b-41ac-83fb-edeb929b4126

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Date deposited: 09 Aug 2007
Last modified: 16 Jul 2019 22:38

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Author: Liang Xiao
Author: Dave Robertson
Author: Madalina Croitoru
Author: Paul Lewis
Author: Srinandan Dashmapatra
Author: David Dupplaw
Author: Bo Hu

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