“Brittleness” can be intended as the propensity of an agent to perform poorly or fail in the face of circumstances not explicitly considered by the agent’s designer. In opposition to brittleness, ”Versatility” and ”Perturbation-tolerance” ex- press the ability of being able to cope with previously unan- ticipated situations. These properties are particularly impor- tant in many practical applications which have the need to actively monitor vast quantities of event data to make auto- mated decisions and take time-critical actions, i.e., perform ”Complex Event-Processing”. In this paper, we propose temporal meta-level constraints to be dynamically checked, that allow an agent to timely self-check and adapt its behavior, and in particular its reactive modalities.

Meta-level Constraints for Complex Event Processing in Logical Agents

COSTANTINI, STEFANIA;DE GASPERIS, GIOVANNI
2013-01-01

Abstract

“Brittleness” can be intended as the propensity of an agent to perform poorly or fail in the face of circumstances not explicitly considered by the agent’s designer. In opposition to brittleness, ”Versatility” and ”Perturbation-tolerance” ex- press the ability of being able to cope with previously unan- ticipated situations. These properties are particularly impor- tant in many practical applications which have the need to actively monitor vast quantities of event data to make auto- mated decisions and take time-critical actions, i.e., perform ”Complex Event-Processing”. In this paper, we propose temporal meta-level constraints to be dynamically checked, that allow an agent to timely self-check and adapt its behavior, and in particular its reactive modalities.
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