Games that agents play: A formal framework for dialogues between autonomous agents [Book Review]

Journal of Logic, Language and Information 11 (3):315-334 (2002)
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Abstract

We present a logic-based formalism for modeling ofdialogues between intelligent and autonomous software agents,building on a theory of abstract dialogue games which we present.The formalism enables representation of complex dialogues assequences of moves in a combination of dialogue games, and allowsdialogues to be embedded inside one another. The formalism iscomputational and its modular nature enables different types ofdialogues to be represented.

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