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``Cooperation with other agents is paramount: it is the raison d'être for having multiple agents in the first place in contrast to having just one'' H. S. Nwana [16].
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For an account of other agent building tools refer to http://www.ececs.uc.edu/ mnoschan/tools.html.
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The message-passing paradigm provides functionality equivalent to that found in remote procedure call (RPC) or tuple-space paradigms [11].
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Conversation protocols lack e-moves, what makes a significant difference with respect to classic pushdown automata.
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In fact, an interagent has emerged as a generalization of the notion of remote control introduced during the implementation of the FM system.
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Francisco Martin
Wed Sep 9 13:33:33 MET DST 1998