Demonstrating Social Error Recovery with AgentFactory

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Title: Demonstrating Social Error Recovery with AgentFactory
Authors: O'Hare, G. M. P. (Greg M. P.)
Collier, Rem
Ross, Robert
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Date: Jul-2004
Online since: 2014-12-17T15:51:53Z
Abstract: Exception handling is a well established method of error recovery through the alteration of plans in situ . This method relies on recovery routines existing in advance, which - we argue - is simply shorthand for more detailed plan descriptions. However, in practice, agents rarely act alone in their environment - other agents may exist, and potentially provide help in times of need. We argue that social error recovery is a particular class of exception handling that allows agents to resolve erroneous situations that are beyond their direct control. In our opinion, agent oriented programming languages must directly provide agents with abilities like social error recovery. Consequently, we introduce revisions to the AgentFactory framework, and more specifically, the programming language (AF-APL), which facilitate the rapid development of agents with in-built social error recovery. The use of these abilities are illustrated via an example of a social error recovery scenario for a mobile robot working as an office assistant.
Funding Details: Enterprise Ireland
Type of material: Conference Publication
Publisher: IEEE
Copyright (published version): 2004 IEEE
Keywords: AgentFactory Programming Language (AF-APL)Belief-desire-intention software modelError recovery
DOI: 10.1109/AAMAS.2004.103
Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Is part of: AAMAS '04 Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems - Volume 3
Conference Details: 3rd International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi Agent Systems (AAMAS04), New York, USA, 19-23 July 2004
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