AW: [Modeling] AUML diagrams
Tue, 15 Apr 2003 09:38:40 +0200
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Wagner, G.R. [mailto:G.R.Wagner@tm.tue.nl]
> Gesendet: Montag, 14. April 2003 20:35
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> Betreff: RE: [Modeling] AUML diagrams
> > > An agent has its beliefs, desires and intentions (this is an agent
> > > structure), if we consider BDI architecture.
> > I tried to point out these agent specifica in my paper on
> > class diagrams allowing the specifier to describe BDI agents.
> > Using wff for the description of the state of an agent.
> using general wffs for specifying the state of an agent
> seems, like the BDI agent concept, very academic and not
Agreed, however Mellouli wants to model BDI agents...
> Obviously, the beliefs of an agent can be most naturally
> specified by indicating the (agent and object) classes
> which belong to the agent's state structure definition;
> so the agent has beliefs about (other) agents and objects
> of those types. In general, there will be a number of
> (agent and object) classes which form the basis for
> shared beliefs of several agents, but there will be
> also other classes that define private beliefs (in
> AORML they are called "internal object types").
I.e. the beliefs of agent are usual instances of some classes, right?
> Gerd Wagner
> Dep. Information & Technology
> Eindhoven University of Technology
> Email: G.Wagner@tm.tue.nl
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