A Coordination Model for Multi Agent System by Developing Linda


Coordination is a main issue in software agent systems in particular, and in distributed artificial intelligence (DAI) in general. There are several reasons why multi agents need to be coordinate: Preventing anarchy or chaos, Meeting global constraints, Distributed expertise or resources or information, Dependencies between agents' actions, Efficiency. This paper represents a coordination model for MAS. This model use organizational structuring and negotiation. A coordination model is an formal framework useful to study and understand problems in designing programming languages and software architectures including several agents. In other words, a coordination model defines how agents interact and how their interactions can be controlled. In the model, we develop Linda paradigm and agents can be coordinate and communicate with them. Tuple space has a few partitions and tuple space manager control it. Each partition has precedence. We have been extended the Linda operations in model.

  • Abstract
  • Key Words
  • 1.Introduction
  • 2.Tuple-Based Coordination
  • 3.Model
  • 4.Model Validation
  • 5.Case Study: Robot Soccer Playing
  • 6.Related Work
  • 7.Conclusion
  • References

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