Second Tutorial on SARL at the 9th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks, and Technologies

In conjunction with the 9th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks, and Technologies ANT 2018

08-11 May, 2018, Porto, Portugal.

Description

Research on Agents and Multi-Agent Systems has matured during the last decade and many effective applications of this technology are now deployed.

SARL aims at providing the fundamental abstractions for dealing with concurrency, distribution, interaction, decentralization, reactivity, autonomy and dynamic reconfiguration. These high-level features are now considered as the major requirements for an easy and practical implementation of modern complex software applications. We are convinced that the agent-oriented paradigm holds the keys to effectively meet this challenge. Considering the variety of existing approaches and meta-models in the field of agent-oriented engineering and more generally multi-agent systems, our approach remains as generic as possible and highly extensible to easily integrate new concepts and features.

The SARL Tutorial 2018 provides introduction and explanation the modeling and implementation of multiagent systems with the SARL agent programming language.

The tutorial session will be held in Porto, Portugal (07-11 May 2018) during the 9th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks, and Technologies (ANT 2018).

Content of the Tutorial

The following points will be treated duing the tutorial.

  • Genesis of SARL.
  • Basic Concepts (Agent, Event, Space, Behavior) with simple examples.
  • Using Agent Communication Language with SARL
  • Doing simulation with SARL: traffic and drone simulation examples.
  • Major installation guidelines

The duration of the tutorial is 1:30.

Online resources: SARL Official website.

Tutorial Chairs

Registration

Please visit the ANT18 Registration Page for more information.

Venue, Accomodation & Visa Requirements

Please visit the ANT18 Venue & Accomodation Page for more information.

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