Intelligent Agents II -- Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages
Evaluating KQML as an agent communication language
January 1, 1996
This chapter discusses the desirable features of languages and protocols for communication among intelligent information agents. These desiderata are divided into seven categories: form, content, semantics, implementation, networking, environment and reliability. TheKnowledge Query and Manipulation Language (KQML) is a new language and protocol for exchanging information and knowledge. This work is partof a larger effort, the ARPA Knowledge Sharing Effort, which is aimed at developing techniques and methodologies for building large-scale knowledge bases that are sharable and reusable. KQML is both a message format and a message-handling protocol to support run-time knowledge sharing among agents. KQML is described and evaluated as an agent communication language relative to the desiderata.
Michael Wooldrifge, Jörg P. Müller, and Milind Tambe
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
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