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By Oguz Dikenelli, Marie-Pierre Gleizes, Alessandro Ricci

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the sixth foreign Workshop on Engineering Societies within the brokers international, ESAW 2005, held in Kusadasi, Turkey, in October 2005.

The 15 revised complete papers provided including three invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the ebook. The papers are equipped in topical sections on agent orientated approach improvement, methodologies for agent societies, deliberative brokers and social element, agent orientated simulation, adaptive platforms, coordination, negotiation, protocols, and brokers, networks and ambient intelligence.

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11. Solving the typing ambiguity created by a multiple object level inheritance case The Customer role of Figure 2 is an example as both Person and Company instances can acquire a role of this type. funds members, respectively. buy method. The increaseFunds(Double incr) method of either the Person or the Company A Role Model for Description of Agent Behavior and Coordination 39 class is used for increasing or decreasing the value of the member funds. However, the type of the entity whose budget is to be modified can only be known at run time.

Role checking and switching. The role classes are defined in Figures 3 and 4. 4 Using Class Level and Instance Level Inheritance Together The ProfEmeritus class of Figure 2 shows how class level and instance level inheritances are supported together in JAWIRO. This class is created via class level inheritance from the Teacher role, yet it can be a part of an instance level inheritance relationship by participating in the first role hierarchy of Figure 2. 5 Suspending and Resuming Roles According to the rules dictated by the environment, a role can be suspended temporarily and then resumed without loosing the state information and the subroles of that role.

This interaction is based on the mutual awareness paradigm because this is Agent Information Server: A Middleware for Traveler Information 25 Fig. 5. Warning management protocol Fig. 6. Trip information interface directed by the receiver and not by the sender of the message. This last one gives several visible properties to its messages and their values are used by receivers to choose which of the messages has interest for them. The network location and disturbance seriousness are visible properties for a warning message.

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