These pages provide information on creating Open Agent Architecture
agents using IndiGolog agent programming language.
IndiGolog is powerful agent programming language based on Situation
It is a member of Golog family of languages. IndiGolog interpreter
is implemented in Prolog.
IndiGolog supports complex agents that are:
OAA is a multiagent system infrastructure that supports facilitated
communications. OAA was developed at SRI
International. The latest version supports agents written in Java,
C/C++, Quintus Prolog, SICStus Prolog, Compaq's Web Language.
- able to do reasoning and planning
- able to react to exogenous events
- able to monitor plan execution and sense the environment
- both reactive and proactive
- written using very high-level language constructs
The interface presented here supports:
The interface is designed to support the integration of full-fledged
IndiGolog agents in an OAA-based system without giving up any of the
functionalities (data solvables, triggers, etc.) of such system.
- using IndiGolog agents in multiagent system developed with OAA
- IndiGolog OAA agents that are both reactive and proactive
- other agents written in any language supported by OAA
The interface hides all of the low-level procedures that are used
to communicate with the OAA system. OAA initialization is also hidden,
leaving the IndiGolog programmer free to concentrate on the functionality
of the agent.
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