It is the interaction between individual agents by which goals are typically achieved in multi-agent systems . The form of such interaction can range over interleaved actions, combined actions, message-passing or high-level linguistic utterances such as speech acts, depending on the nature of the agents themselves. This suggests that an account of interaction is only possible through an understanding of the agents involved.
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