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Connecting Jade with PN agent

Originální název

Connecting Jade with PN agent

Anglický název

Connecting Jade with PN agent

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Since Foundation of Intelligent Physical Agent (FIPA) is one of the biggest organizations that handles standardization in the field of agent-based technologies we have chosen their reference implementation called JADE and in this paper we are describing possibility to interconnect it with other platform that is not FIPA compliant. Second agent platform, we have chosen, is PN agent platform, which is BDI agent based on formalism of Object Oriented Petri nets. PN agent was chosen for the reason of Object Oriented Petri nets used in its base because when we make PN agent FIPA compliant we open whole new world of possibilities how to use Petri nets inside of it. Main purpose of this paper is to show how to interconnect two different platforms where one is build upon FIPA standards and the other is not. This scenario is hardened by the fact, that JADE is developed in Java language, while PN agent framework is created in smalltalk, concretely in its squeak implementation. Other topic of our interest is FIPA compliance in agent platforms. This topic partially covers our effort to bring more openness to the PN agent platform because when we find out, which agent platforms support FIPA standards then we will acquire knowledge of who are we compatible with.

Anglický abstrakt

Since Foundation of Intelligent Physical Agent (FIPA) is one of the biggest organizations that handles standardization in the field of agent-based technologies we have chosen their reference implementation called JADE and in this paper we are describing possibility to interconnect it with other platform that is not FIPA compliant. Second agent platform, we have chosen, is PN agent platform, which is BDI agent based on formalism of Object Oriented Petri nets. PN agent was chosen for the reason of Object Oriented Petri nets used in its base because when we make PN agent FIPA compliant we open whole new world of possibilities how to use Petri nets inside of it. Main purpose of this paper is to show how to interconnect two different platforms where one is build upon FIPA standards and the other is not. This scenario is hardened by the fact, that JADE is developed in Java language, while PN agent framework is created in smalltalk, concretely in its squeak implementation. Other topic of our interest is FIPA compliance in agent platforms. This topic partially covers our effort to bring more openness to the PN agent platform because when we find out, which agent platforms support FIPA standards then we will acquire knowledge of who are we compatible with.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT37048,
  author="Jakub {Žák} and František {Zbořil} and Radek {Kočí} and Vladimír {Janoušek}",
  title="Connecting Jade with PN agent",
  annote="Since Foundation of Intelligent Physical Agent (FIPA) is one of the biggest
organizations that handles standardization in the field of agent-based
technologies we have chosen their reference implementation called JADE and in
this paper we are describing possibility to interconnect it with other platform
that is not FIPA compliant. Second agent platform, we have chosen, is PN agent
platform, which is BDI agent based on formalism of Object Oriented Petri nets. PN
agent was chosen for the reason of Object Oriented Petri nets used in its base
because when we make PN agent FIPA compliant we open whole new world of
possibilities how to use Petri nets inside of it.
Main purpose of this paper is to show how to interconnect two different platforms
where one is build upon FIPA standards and the other is not. This scenario is
hardened by the fact, that JADE is developed in Java language, while PN agent
framework is created in smalltalk, concretely in its squeak implementation.
Other topic of our interest is FIPA compliance in agent platforms. This topic
partially covers our effort to bring more openness to the PN agent platform
because when we find out, which agent platforms support FIPA standards then we
will acquire knowledge of who are we compatible with.",
  address="Czech Technical University Publishing House",
  booktitle="Proceedings of Seventh EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation",
  chapter="37048",
  edition="Vol. 2",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Czech Technical University Publishing House",
  year="2010",
  month="august",
  pages="97--105",
  publisher="Czech Technical University Publishing House",
  type="conference paper"
}