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Coordination Using Social Policies in Dynamic Agent Organizations

KN Keogh, EA Sonenberg

Lecture Notes in Computer Science | Springer International Publishing | Published : 2013


We seek to engineer adaptive coordination between agents working in and across dynamic organizations in a complex, distributed setting. Guided by predefined social policies, agents can create social commitments at run time to achieve coordination of knowledge and behaviour. We demonstrate coordination requirements by providing example policies, drawing on the need for knowledge cultivation in an emergency management scenario. © 2014 Springer International Publishing.

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