By Hideyuki Nakashima, Chengqi Zhang
This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the second one Pacific Rim overseas Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA'99, held in Kyoto, Japan in December 1999. The 17 revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of forty three submissions. The papers are equipped in sections on agent cooperation, agent mobility, studying in multiagent structures, interface brokers, and agent method layout.
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Requirement 3 A transport layer speciﬁcation should deﬁne: – the subset of syntactically valid messages that will be accepted for delivery, and how the interface will behave on those outside this set, – what messages will possibly be delivered, how messages may be modiﬁed, and how message delivery failure will be handled, and – other issues, such as whether the interface is blocking or non-blocking, the circumstances under which it may or will block, guarantees of sequencing, etc. FIPA enumerates the requirements that a transport layer must meet, but appears to be silent on the issue of which parameters it may add or modify.
The behaviours of the requestor and the provider are speciﬁed separately. Message parameters are omitted for clarity, however distinct subcases are identiﬁed in parentheses. Note, for example, that it eﬀectively captures such subtleties as that the requestor may cancel a request after suspending it, but not vice-versa. This protocol and the syntax of its underlying messages has been more formally spec- Reliable Agent Communication – A Pragmatic Perspective Requestor Provider SRequest Requestor Provider Requestor SRequest SRequest 29 Provider SAccept SAccept SAccept SUpdate SUpdate SUpdate SComplete SCancel SComplete (can) SClose SCancel SComplete SClose SClose Normal Service Provision Normal Cancellation Cancel-complete collision Fig.
Sometimes dialogues seem to continue a few steps as follows. 36 Norihiro Ogata (6) a. Claire: Bill has the three of spades. Max:Uh-huh. b. ∗ Claire: Bill has the three of spades. Max:Uh-huh. Claire:Uh-huh. Max:Uh-huh. However, if a move requires its receiver’s acknowledgement, an acknoweldgement also requires its receiver’s acknowledgement, since an acknowledgemt itself is a move. As a result, a dialogue couldn’t terminate, as in (6b), while normally every dialogue terminates. This problem is deeply relevant to the semantics of an acknowledgment.