TítuloInfrastructures to engineer open environments as electronic institutions
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2014
Authorsde Jonge D, Rodríguez-Aguilar JA, Rosell B, Sierra C
EditorWeyns D
Conference NameE4MAS - 10 Years Later
EditorialIFAAMAS
Conference LocationParis, France
Date Published06/05/2014
Resumen

Electronic institutions provide a computational analogue of human institutions to engineer open environments in which agents can interact in an autonomous way while complying with the norms of an institution. We survey the currently available infrastructures to engineer open environments as electronic institutions: (i) AMELI, the coordination infrastructure which is core to run EIs; and (ii) the conversion of the AMELI infrastructure to run over a peer to peer network. We also discuss the type of applications that both infrastructures target at.