SSP Group Meeting

11am, 7 October, 2003
Room 3.04, Appleton Tower
CISA, School of Informatics
University of Edinburgh

Cognitive Coherence Theory for Agent Communication

Jarred McGinnis

Researchers have developed various models for agent's communicative behavior. The most recognized of these is arguably FIPAs BDI approach. In previous presentations, I have discussed dialogue game theory and social obligations models. This week I will be discussing one of the more interesting approaches that I have come across. The uses of cognitive coherence theory for automating agent communicative behavior.