Experiences in automated workflows using dialectical argumentation

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This paper presents a multi-agent framework based on argumentative agent technology for the automation of the workflow selection and execution. In this framework, workflow selection is coordinated by agent interactions governed by the rules of a dialogue game whose purpose is to evaluate the workflow's properties via argumentation. Once a workflow is selected using this process, the workflow is executed by dynamically configuring workflow engines to coordinate the participating agents' workflow activities.




Urovi, V., Bromuri, S., McGinnis, J., Stathis, K., & Omicini, A. (2007). Experiences in automated workflows using dialectical argumentation. In MCCSIS 2007 - IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems - Proceedings of Intelligent Systems and Agents 2007, Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2007, Computer Graphics and Visualization 2007 (Vol. Part 1, pp. 3–10). IADIS Press.

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