Agent-Oriented Information Systems II: 6th International by Paolo Bresciani, Paolo Giorgini, Brian Henderson-Sellers,

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By Paolo Bresciani, Paolo Giorgini, Brian Henderson-Sellers, Graham Low, Michael Winikoff

This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the sixth foreign Bi-Conference Workshop on Agent-Oriented info platforms, AOIS 2004, held in Riga, Latvia in June and in ny, manhattan, united states in July 2004.

The 15 revised complete papers awarded have undergone rounds of reviewing and development and have been chosen from an preliminary overall of 36 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on details structures, research and modeling, methodologies, and applications.

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The term, integrated, means that planning and scheduling are incorporated together with coordination to form an expanded coordination process, which will be described in a later paragraph when explaining Figure 1. As a solution to the projected problem, an integrated coordination algorithm is presented as follows. GPGPDetect is a method that detects the coordiPlan File Incoming KQML messages DECAF Task and Control Structure Incoming Message Queue Agent Initialization Objectives Queue Dispatcher Task Templates Hashtable Planner Agenda Queue Task Queue WITQ GPGP Module Scheduler Pending Action Queue Executor Action Results Queue Domain Facts and Beliefs Outgoing KQML messages Action Modules Fig.

First, incidents are reported to the dispatches. Then, the incidents are responded to by police departments, ambulance companies and hospitals, each made up of equipment and personnel trained for this purpose. In the model, a police car agent represents the role of a police department. Similarly, an ambulance agent represents an ambulance company. The police department and ambulance company may have multiple vehicles. There are also hospitals and corresponding dispatches: ambulance dispatch, police dispatch and 911 dispatch.

The different response organizations by nature share the characteristics of heterogeneity, goal-orientation, adaptiveness etc. However, the purpose of this paper is not to study and improve the EMS organizations or the EMS models themselves; instead, the objective is to demonstrate the application and the performance of our extended set of GPGP coordination mechanisms in this special information system—EMS. 1 2 For example, police are educated/trained with CPR. Each of these system evaluation factors has a corresponding definition in the EMS model introduced in Section 5.

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