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In the context of cognitive agent programming frameworks, a main research effort accounts for exploiting goalorientation for specifying and enacting agent interaction. Existing research work focuses almost totally on direct communication models, typically based on speech-acts and FIPA ACL. In this paper we focus instead on mediated interactions, and in particular on interaction taking place in artifactbased environments, where artifacts are first-class mediating tools that are used by cognitivedoi:10.1109/wiiat.2008.349 dblp:conf/iat/PiuntiRBP08 fatcat:vqrqsyda4nc4njxelmneynto3a