Luca Tummolini
Luca Tummolini
Researcher, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies
Verified email at istc.cnr.it
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Coordination artifacts: Environment-based coordination for intelligent agents
A Omicini, A Ricci, M Viroli, C Castelfranchi, L Tummolini
Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents …, 2004
2472004
The challenge of abstract concepts.
AM Borghi, F Binkofski, C Castelfranchi, F Cimatti, C Scorolli, L Tummolini
Psychological Bulletin 143 (3), 263, 2017
1582017
Normative multi-agent systems
G Andrighetto, G Governatori, P Noriega, LWN van der Torre
Normative Multi-Agent Systems 4, 2013
1202013
The embodied mind extended: using words as social tools
AM Borghi, C Scorolli, D Caligiore, G Baldassarre, L Tummolini
Frontiers in psychology 4, 214, 2013
802013
“Exhibitionists” and “Voyeurs” do it better: A shared environment for flexible coordination with tacit messages
L Tummolini, C Castelfranchi, A Ricci, M Viroli, A Omicini
International Workshop on Environments for Multi-Agent Systems, 215-231, 2004
722004
The mirror world: Preparing for mixed-reality living
A Ricci, M Piunti, L Tummolini, C Castelfranchi
IEEE Pervasive Computing 14 (2), 60-63, 2015
612015
The cognitive and behavioral mediation of institutions: Towards an account of institutional actions
L Tummolini, C Castelfranchi
Cognitive Systems Research 7 (2-3), 307-323, 2006
502006
Trace signals: The meanings of stigmergy
L Tummolini, C Castelfranchi
International Workshop on Environments for Multi-Agent Systems, 141-156, 2006
502006
Words as social tools: Language, sociality and inner grounding in abstract concepts
AM Borghi, L Barca, F Binkofski, C Castelfranchi, G Pezzulo, L Tummolini
Physics of life reviews 29, 120-153, 2019
382019
Behavioral implicit communication (BIC): Communicating with smart environments
C Castelfranchi, G Pezzulo, L Tummolini
International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence (IJACI) 2 (1), 1-12, 2010
372010
Varieties of abstract concepts: development, use and representation in the brain
AM Borghi, L Barca, F Binkofski, L Tummolini
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
322018
A marriage is an artefact and not a walk that we take together: an experimental study on the categorization of artefacts
C Roversi, AM Borghi, L Tummolini
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 4 (3), 527-542, 2013
322013
Abstract concepts, language and sociality: from acquisition to inner speech
AM Borghi, L Barca, F Binkofski, L Tummolini
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
252018
The prescriptive destiny of predictive attitudes: From expectations to norms via conventions
C Castelfranchi, F Giardini, E Lorini, L Tummolini
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 25 (25), 2003
232003
Anchoring institutions in agents' attitudes: towards a logical framework for autonomous multi-agent systems
B Gaudou, D Longin, E Lorini, L Tummolini
Proceedings of the 7th international joint conference on Autonomous agents …, 2008
222008
Perceived legitimacy of normative expectations motivates compliance with social norms when nobody is watching
G Andrighetto, D Grieco, L Tummolini
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1413, 2015
202015
A convention or (tacit) agreement betwixt us: on reliance and its normative consequences
L Tummolini, G Andrighetto, C Castelfranchi, R Conte
Synthese 190 (4), 585-618, 2013
202013
A conceptual framework for self-organising MAS
A Omicini, A Ricci, M Viroli, C Castelfranchi, L Tummolini
dagli Oggetti agli Agenti, 100, 2004
202004
AmI Systems as Agent-Based Mirror Worlds: Bridging Humans and Agents through Stigmergy.
C Castelfranchi, M Piunti, A Ricci, L Tummolini
Agents and ambient intelligence, 17-31, 2012
142012
Mirror worlds as agent societies situated in mixed reality environments
A Ricci, L Tummolini, M Piunti, O Boissier, C Castelfranchi
International Workshop on Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and …, 2014
122014
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