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In contrast, an agent’s social environment consists of – those social units in which the agent participates, – the roles that are employed for social interaction, – all the other members who play roles in these social units. Each social unit, or group, is a set of agents associated together by some common interest or purpose. There are three reasons for creating groups. – Intragroup associations - Groups are commonly formed to foster or support the interaction of those agents within the group. Here, the group provides a place for a limited number of agents to interact among themselves.
Odell, James, H. Van Dyke Parunak, and Bernhard Bauer (2000b) "Extending UML for Agents," Proc. , Austin, TX, pp. 3-17. Modeling Agents and Their Environment 31 Parunak, H. Van Dyke (1997) "’Go to the Ant’: Engineering Principles from Natural Agent Systems," Annals of Operations Research, volume 75, pp. 69-101. Paranak, H. Van Dyke and James Odell (2001a) "Representing Social Structure using UML," Proc. , Agents 2001conference, Montreal, Canada, Springer. Parunak , H. V. , S. A. Brueckner, J. Sauter, and J.
Location-aware computing. Furthermore, an agent’s locality can be [Buderi, 2001] based on the locality of the region it occupies. geo example (Fig. 8), each region had an absolute locator within which other entities are contained. In this way, an agent’s locality can be defined in a discrete space, instead of locating the agent one large, continuous environment. Hybrid approaches using absolute and relative locality are also useful. AT&T's "bat" transmitters are a good example of a hybrid approach.