Modeling and Evaluating Cooperation in Multi-Context Systems using Conviviality. (bibtex)
by Vasileios Efthymiou, Patrice Caire, Antonis Bikakis
Abstract:
Multi-Context Systems is a rule-based representation model for distributed, heterogeneous knowledge agents, which cooperate by sharing parts of their local knowledge through a set of bridge rules also known as mappings. The concept of conviviality was recently proposed for modeling and measuring cooperation among agents in multiagent systems. In this paper, we describe how conviviality can be used to model and evaluate cooperation in Multi-Context Systems. As a potential application, we also propose a conviviality based method for inconsistency resolution based on the idea that the optimal solution is the one that minimally decreases the conviviality of the system.
Reference:
Modeling and Evaluating Cooperation in Multi-Context Systems using Conviviality. (Vasileios Efthymiou, Patrice Caire, Antonis Bikakis), In Proceedings of BNAIC 2012 The 24th Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2012.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{Efthymiou2012,
  Title                    = {Modeling and Evaluating Cooperation in Multi-Context Systems using Conviviality.},
  Author                   = {Efthymiou, Vasileios and Caire, Patrice and Bikakis, Antonis},
  Booktitle                = {Proceedings of BNAIC 2012 The 24th Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence},
  Year                     = {2012},
  Pages                    = {83-90},

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  Abstract                 = {Multi-Context Systems is a rule-based representation model for distributed, heterogeneous knowledge agents, which cooperate by sharing parts of their local knowledge through a set of bridge rules also known as mappings. The concept of conviviality was recently proposed for modeling and measuring cooperation among agents in multiagent systems. In this paper, we describe how conviviality can be used to model and evaluate cooperation in Multi-Context Systems. As a potential application, we also propose a conviviality based method for inconsistency resolution based on the idea that the optimal solution is the one that minimally decreases the conviviality of the system.},
  Date-added               = {2012-12-19 18:21:50 +0100},
  Date-modified            = {2012-12-19 18:21:50 +0100},
  ISBN                     = {1568-7805},
  Language                 = {English},
  Timestamp                = {2013.07.26}
}
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