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Whitestein Series in Software Agent Technologies
In this paper we propose reducing the degree of human interpretation currently necessary to understand an interaction protocol by describing at an abstract level the required agent actions that must be 'plugged into' the protocol for it to be executed. In particular, this can be done by designing and publishing ontologies describing the input and output data that are processed during the protocol's execution together with the actions and decisions that the agents must perform. An agent (ordoi:10.1007/3-7643-7361-x_1 fatcat:cnlpluvdwrfz7htko467hwpt44