Thursday, 29 May 2008

JADE - Behaviour Scheduling and Execution

"An agent can execute several behaviours concurrently. However, it is important to note that the scheduling of behaviours in an agent is not pre-emptive (as for Java threads), but cooperative. This means that when a behaviour is scheduled for exection its action() method is called and runs until it returns. Therefore it is the programmer who defines when an agent switches from the execution of one behaviour to the execution to another."

(Source: developing multi-agent systems with JADE)

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