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Study on the Illocutionary Effect-Based FIPA-ACL Semantics
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Study on the Illocutionary Effect-Based FIPA-ACL Semantics
Koo, Ja Rok;
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 Abstract
One of the most important aspects of the research on multi-agent systems is the definition of agent communication languages(ACLs) and the specification of a proper formal semantics of ACLs. In this paper, we propose an illocutionary effect-based FIPA-ACL semantics which overcomes the two traditional semantic approaches. The key idea of this new semantics is based on the semantic concepts of success and satisfaction conditions of illocutionary acts in speech act theory, and the common ground theory-based framework. As case studies using this new semantics, we define the primitive speech acts of FIPA-ACL such as inform and request. For the strengths of the proposed approach we illustrate our new semantics on an e-commerce agent purchase negotiation. Also, we compare this approach with two traditional semantic approaches for ACLs.
 Keywords
Agent Communication Languages;Common Grounds;FIPA-ACL;Illocutionary Effect;Speech Act Theory;
 Language
Korean
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