SCIFF is a framework thought to specify and verify interaction in open agent societies. The SCIFF language is equipped with a semantics based on abductive logic programming; SCIFF’s operational component is a new abductive logic programming proof-procedure, also named SCIFF, for reasoning with expectations in dynamic environments. In this paper we present the declarative and operational semantics of the SCIFF language, the termination, soundness and completeness results of the SCIFF proof procedure, and we demonstrate SCIFF’s possible application in the multi-agent domain.

Verifiable agent interaction in abductive logic programming: the SCIFF framework

ALBERTI, Marco;GAVANELLI, Marco;LAMMA, Evelina;
2008

Abstract

SCIFF is a framework thought to specify and verify interaction in open agent societies. The SCIFF language is equipped with a semantics based on abductive logic programming; SCIFF’s operational component is a new abductive logic programming proof-procedure, also named SCIFF, for reasoning with expectations in dynamic environments. In this paper we present the declarative and operational semantics of the SCIFF language, the termination, soundness and completeness results of the SCIFF proof procedure, and we demonstrate SCIFF’s possible application in the multi-agent domain.
2008
Alberti, Marco; Chesani, F; Gavanelli, Marco; Lamma, Evelina; Mello, P; Torroni, P.
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