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All subjects scored 34 J. Broekens et al. all actions for a particular condition, resulting in 10 measurements per action per condition. The first two authors each administered 15 tests, no effect of experimenter bias was found during analysis of the data. The procedure for gathering feedback from the subjects was organized as follows. Subjects were told to read the instructions (stating that the study was about developing smart agents for virtual training purposes), after which they received the first feedback form.

In this example of' SCM, we considered : (1) the behavior that starts by passing an order by the external agent Client and finishes by satisfying the requirements of the other agents, (2) the decision taken by the client for deleting a passed order, and (3) the incapacity of internal agents to treat a passed order. Fig. O module SUPPLY-CHAIN-MANAGEMENT, which imports the module RTMASFUNCTIONAL-REQUIREMENTS and contains an initial configuration. This later describes agents in their initial states with empty mail boxes.

Shalin, V. ): Cognitive Task Analysis. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahway (2000) 16. : How people explain behavior: A new theoretical framework. de Abstract. The emergence of the Internet leads to a vast increase in the number of interactions between parties that are completely alien to each other. In general, such transactions are likely to be subject to fraud and cheating. If such systems use rational software agents to negotiate and execute transactions, mechanisms that lead to favorable outcomes for all parties instead of giving rise to defective behavior are necessary to make the system work: trust and reputation mechanisms.

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