Reconciling Ontological Differences for Intelligent Agents

Kendall Lister and Leon Sterling

This discussion presents several alternative strategies for approaching the problem of semantic interoperability in heterogeneous multi-agent systems, based on recent projects to develop software agents and systems that attempt to reconcile ontological differences without global shared ontologies. Two systems are introduced that approach the issue of meaning negotiation without explicit ontologies.


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