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Un système multi-agent normatif pour la collaboration et l'interaction mixte

Abstract : In this paper, we cope with the design of collaborative support systems in situations where distant actors, belonging to different organizations and interacting over distributed tangible surfaces, have to coordinate and cooperate. To consider these specificities, we propose a design based on normative agents and software artifacts mediating human-human and human-agent interaction. In this design, human collaboration is observed and evaluated under the scope of its relevance to organizational norms. The role of the multi-agent system is then to emulate these systems of norms, to analyze human activity in reference to these rules, and to produce feedbacks supporting mutual awareness. The design draws on the JaCaMo multi-agent programming approach. We illustrate the proposed design by its application to the training of municipal services in the field of natural crisis management.
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Lauren Thévin, Fabien Badeig, Julie Dugdale, Olivier Boissier, Catherine Garbay. Un système multi-agent normatif pour la collaboration et l'interaction mixte. 18èmes Journées Francophones des Systèmes Multi-Agents (JFSMA), Oct 2014, Loriol-sur-Drôme, France. pp.1-10. ⟨hal-01070992⟩



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