Jason (multi-agent systems development platform)
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|Developer(s)||Jomi F. Hübner and Rafael H. Bordini|
2.0 / July 21, 2016
|Type||Multi-agent system framework|
Jason is a platform for the development of multi-agent systems. An extension of the AgentSpeak agent-oriented programming language is used to program the behaviour of individual agents. Jason is developed in Java and allows the customisation of most aspects of an agent or a multi-agent system. It comes as a plugin for either jEdit or Eclipse, and different infra-structures for the deployment of a multi-agent system, for example using JADE or SACI as an agent-based distributed system middleware. See  and the external links below for a detailed account of the Jason platform. Jason is an open source software and is distributed under GNU LGPL.
- Agent communication language
- Autonomous agent
- Cognitive architecture
- Multi-agent systems
- Software agent
- R.H.Bordini, J.F.Hubner, M.Wooldridge. Programming Multi-Agent Systems in AgentSpeak Using Jason. John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
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