Information-Based Agency

Carles Sierra, John Debenham

Successful negotiators look beyond a purely utilitarian view. We propose a new agent architecture that integrates the utilitarian, information, and semantic views allowing the definition of strategies that take these three dimensions into account. Information-based agency values the information in dialogues in the context of a communication language based on a structured ontology and on the notion of commitment. This abstraction unifies measures such as trust, reputation, and reliability in a single framework.

Subjects: 7.1 Multi-Agent Systems; 7.2 Software Agents

Submitted: Sep 24, 2006

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