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Automata for Agent Low Level Language Interpretation

Originální název

Automata for Agent Low Level Language Interpretation

Anglický název

Automata for Agent Low Level Language Interpretation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Agent platforms are strongly bounded with the hardware on which the agent should work. Although the FIPA specifications declares what all should be part of such platform, in some situation the agents are considered to be at bit lower level than the usual kinds of agents. In this text we present architecture of a system that works with an agent language that lies at quite low level of abstraction. The main part of this text is about automata which accept the Agent Low Level Language (ALLL) and about how these automata can be implemented for the wireless sensor modules.

Anglický abstrakt

Agent platforms are strongly bounded with the hardware on which the agent should work. Although the FIPA specifications declares what all should be part of such platform, in some situation the agents are considered to be at bit lower level than the usual kinds of agents. In this text we present architecture of a system that works with an agent language that lies at quite low level of abstraction. The main part of this text is about automata which accept the Agent Low Level Language (ALLL) and about how these automata can be implemented for the wireless sensor modules.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33777,
  author="František {Zbořil} and Pavel {Spáčil}",
  title="Automata for Agent Low Level Language Interpretation",
  annote="Agent platforms are strongly bounded with the hardware on which the agent should
work. Although the FIPA specifications declares what all should be part of such
platform, in some situation the agents are considered to be at bit lower level
than the usual kinds of agents. In this text we present architecture of a system
that works with an agent language that lies at quite low level of abstraction.
The main part of this text is about automata which accept the Agent Low Level
Language (ALLL) and about how these automata can be implemented for the wireless
sensor modules.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society",
  booktitle="Proceedings of UKSim 2009",
  chapter="33777",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society",
  year="2009",
  month="march",
  pages="1--6",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society",
  type="conference paper"
}