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Ontological Issues in Agent Ownership (Reasoning About Agent Ownership)

By Alexander Yip and Jim Cunningham

Abstract

Ownership is a common concept underlying many social activities – buying, selling, renting and giving etc. For a software agent to operate in an open environment like Agentcities, it may be necessary for it to reason about ownership. This paper provides a brief overview of ownership issues for computer agents and an approach towards a coherent ontological framework for reasoning about agent ownership

Year: 2003
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