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By Matteo Baldoni, Jörg P. Müller, Ingrid Nunes, Rym Zalila-Wenkstern

This booklet constitutes revised, chosen, and invited papers from the 4th foreign Workshop on Engineering Multi-Agent structures, EMAS 2016, held in Singapore, in may perhaps 2016, along side AAMAS.
the ten complete papers awarded during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 14 submissions. The e-book additionally includes 2 invited papers; prolonged models of AAMAS 2016 demonstration abstracts. EMAS bargains with MAS software program engineering tactics, methodologies and methods; Programming languages for MAS; Formal tools and declarative applied sciences for the specification, validation and verification of MAS; and improvement tools.

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Engineering Multi-Agent Systems: 4th International Workshop, EMAS 2016, Singapore, Singapore, May 9-10, 2016, Revised, Selected, and Invited Papers

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Such a dichotomy does not find correspondence in the other models and gives a first-class role to both Meyer’s process and object force (see Fig. 2). , processes, for acting in their environment to pursue their goals3 . Contrariwise, active objects and actors do not have goals nor purposes, even though their specification includes a process. As we said, they are a manifestation of the object force. In the agent paradigm the manifestation of the object force is the environment abstraction. The environment does not exhibit the kind of autonomy explained for agents even when its definition includes a process.

Based on the strengths and lacks emerged in this part of the paper, Sect. 4 introduces data-awareness and norm-awareness as recommended properties, showing that multiagent systems are a good candidate for the development of a data- and norm-aware programming. It explains the advantages brought about by this vision, tracing directions to the realization of multiagent systems that are data and norm-aware. Section 5, then, reports and comments some proposals in the multiagent systems literature that, though developed independently and not inserted in an organic framework, face specific aspects that are relevant to bring about norm and data-awareness.

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