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Building Automation Systems typically consists of di erent types of devices interacting and sharing information with
each other. Similarly, Multi-Agent Systems has focused on flexible mechanisms to coordinate networks of (usually distributed)
autonomous computational entities. The integration of these two fields provides powerful solutions to complex problems. Such integration has often been attempted by using Web technologies, such as Web services. However, the lack of a common standards among those components has long complicated such integration forcing to the development of translating gateways. WebSocket is a new Web communication
standard which solves many of those problems,
facilitating the integration of Building Automation Systems, Multi-Agent Systems and Web technologies. To maximize the benefits of each of those three components, we propose a common architecture. We outline our implementation plans in a Health Care use case and exemplify its bene fits in that
CitationJärvinen, H.; Garcia, D. Position paper: an agent-oriented architecture for building automation systems applied to assistive technologies. A: International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. "Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AA- MAS 2012): June, 4–8, 2012, Valencia, Spain". Valencia: 2012, p. 71-80.
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