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Formal Semantics for AUML Agent Interaction Protocol Diagrams

Lawrence Cabac and Daniel Moldt.
Formal semantics for AUML agent interaction protocol diagrams.
In Agent-Oriented Software Engineering V: 5th International Workshop, AOSE 2004, New York, NY, USA, July 19, 2004. Revised Selected Papers, volume 3382 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 47-61. Springer-Verlag, January 2005.

Kurzfassung: In this paper we introduce an approach for defining semantics for AUML agent interaction protocol diagrams using Petri net code structures. This approach is based on the usage of net components which provide basic tasks and the structure for Petri Nets. Agent interaction protocol diagrams are used to model agent conversations on an abstract level. By mapping elements of the diagrams to net components we are able to translate the diagrams into Petri nets, i.e to generate code structures from the drawings. We provide tool support for this approach by combining a tool for net components with a tool for drawing agent interaction protocol diagrams. This combined tool is available as a plug-in for Renew (Reference Net Workshop).


BibTeX-Eintrag



@InProceedings{Cabac+05a,
  author =		{Cabac, Lawrence and Moldt, Daniel},
  title =		{Formal Semantics for {AUML} Agent Interaction
                 Protocol Diagrams},
  booktitle =	{Agent-Oriented Software Engineering V: 5th International Workshop, AOSE 2004, New York, NY,
                	USA, July 19, 2004. Revised Selected Papers},
  editors =     {Odell, James and Giorgini, Paolo and  M{\"u}ller, J{\"o}rg P.},
  series =		LNCS,
  volume =		3382,
  year =		2005,
  keywords = 	{agents, agent interaction protocols, AUML, Capa,
		  			high-level Petri nets, Mulan, net components,
		  			operational semantics, reference nets, Renew},
  abstract =	 {In this paper we introduce an approach for defining
				semantics for AUML agent interaction protocol
				diagrams using Petri net code structures. This
				approach is based on the usage of net components
				which provide basic tasks and the structure for
				Petri Nets. Agent interaction protocol diagrams are
				used to model agent conversations on an abstract
				level. By mapping elements of the diagrams to net
				components we are able to translate the diagrams
				into Petri nets, i.e to generate code structures
				from the drawings. We provide tool support for this
				approach by combining a tool for net components with
				a tool for drawing agent interaction protocol
				diagrams. This combined tool is available as a
				plug-in for Renew (Reference Net Workshop).},
  month =		jan,
  publisher =	Springer,
  pages =		{47--61},
  doi = 	 	{10.1007/b105022},
  annote =           {Filename: semantics.tex}
}


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