By Manuel Kolp, Brian Henderson-Sellers, Haralambos Mouratidis, Alessandro Garcia, Aditya Ghose, Paolo Bresciani
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the eighth foreign Bi-Conference Workshop on Agent-Oriented details platforms, AOIS 2005, held in Hakodate, Japan, May9, 2006 and Luxembourg, Luxembourg, June 6, 2006.
The thirteen revised complete papers provided have passed through rounds of reviewing and development and have been rigorously chosen for inclusion within the publication. The papers are prepared in topical sections on Modelling, Methodologies, Agent-oriented software program Engineering, and Applications.
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Dellie Brazil does not have all the CPUs necessary to build the computers ordered. So, 500 more CPUs will need to be bought. c. The Dellie Brazil supplier decides to buy the missing 500 CPUs from Dellie Cuba. d. The Dellie Brazil supplier asks Dellie the price of each CPU. e. Dellie answers to the Dellie Brazil supplier the price of US$100 for each CPU. f. The Dellie Brazil supplier multiplies the value (in US$) of each CPU by 500 and converts the value to CUP (Cuban Pesos), the Cuban national currency.
This is often not possible when dealing with open systems where agents frequently enter and leave the systems. Secondly, the process of searching for agents that have interacted with the desired agents may take a long time. It may be very difficult or take too much time to discover which agents have interacted with the desired ones in a large-scale system. Finally, reputations are influenced by the agents’ point of view. Two agents may evaluate the same behaviour in different ways. The violation of the same norm can be interpreted differently by different agents.
: ((p1,p2,p3,p4), (tlocation, tsendOrder, taddTaxes), (Pre(p1, tlocation), Pre(p2, taddTaxes), Pre*(p2, tsendOrder)), (Post(p2, tlocation), Post(p3, taddTaxes), Post(p4, tsendOrder))) *: it means an inhibitor arc between the transition and the previous place. A transition with an inhibitor arc can be fired when the previous place is empty. The enforcement core of the Dellie Cuba supplier retains the information about IloIaddTaxes and IsendOder from the associated control hooks of the agent.