Merging Agents and Services — the JIAC Agent Platform

  • Hirsch B
  • Konnerth T
  • Heßler A
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The JIAC V serviceware framework is a Java based agent frame- work with its emphasis on industrial requirements such as software standards, security, management, and scalability. It has been developed within industry- and government-funded projects during the last two years. JIAC combines agent technology with a service oriented approach. In this chapter we describe the main features of the framework, with a particular focus on the language Jadl++ and the service matching capabilities of JIAC V.




Hirsch, B., Konnerth, T., & Heßler, A. (2009). Merging Agents and Services — the JIAC Agent Platform. In Multi-Agent Programming (pp. 159–185). Springer US.

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