Cross-Community Interoperation Between the EMERALD and Rule Responder Multi-Agent Systems

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ConferenceRuleML 2011 - The 5th International Symposium on Rules: Research Based and Industry Focused, July 19 - 21, 2011, Barcelona, Spain
Subjectrules; semantic web; intelligent multi-agent systems; gateways; EMERALD; Rule Responder; Symposium Planner
AbstractThe Semantic Web will let people delegate complex behavior to intelligent agents, which will act on behalf of their users in a variety of real-life applications. The focus here is on the semantic multi-agent systems EMERALD and Rule Responder, which can be employed to assist communities of users based on Semantic Web and multi-agent standards such as RDF, OWL, RuleML, and FIPA. The present work demonstrates how these multi-agent systems can interoperate to automate collaboration across communities using a declarative, knowledge-based approach. A multi-step interaction scenario among agents is presented where users are considering sponsoring a symposium modeled by two communities. This scenario demonstrates the usefulness of interoperating between EMERALD and Rule Responder, indicating a general approach to cross-community collaboration.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NPARC number18150448
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Record created2011-06-24
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