By Peter J. L. Wallis
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Conclusions We presented a conceptual overview of the main abstractions associated with the concept of agency. We argued how the abstractions that correspond to MAS and to interactions among agents fit naturally with possible solutions to the challenges of open systems and showed how they are given a computational interpretation in modern modern methodologies and approaches for software engineering of agent-based systems. 18 Methodologies and Software Engineering for Agent Systems Acknowledgments The work described in this chapter was partially supported by the National Science Foundation through grants ITR-0081742 and DST-0139037.
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What matters most, as usual, is the purpose for which one is creating a definition. If the purpose is to show how to construct individual agents, it might be reasonable to specify the internal designs of agents. However, if the purpose is to specify an open system generically so that different agents could participate in it, then the emphasis should be on the agents interact rather than how they are constructed. A more radical stance, but along the above lines, is to not worry about formal definitions, but about a test for agenthood (Huhns and Singh, 1999).
Ada Software Tools Interfaces: Workshop, Bath, July 13–15, 1983 Proceedings by Peter J. L. Wallis