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Design and Applications of Intelligent Agents [electronic resource] : Third Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA 2000 Melbourne, Australia, August 28-29, 2000 Proceedings / edited by Chengqui Zhang, Von-Wun Soo.

Edition:
1st ed. 2000.
Publication:
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2000.
Series:
Computer Science (Springer-11645)
Lecture notes in computer science. Lecture notes in artificial intelligence 1881
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence ; 1881
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Book
1 online resource (X, 186 pages)
Subjects:
Artificial intelligence.
Computer networks.
Computer science.
Application software.
Local subjects:
Artificial Intelligence. (search)
Computer Communication Networks. (search)
Popular Computer Science. (search)
Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet). (search)
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Summary:
PRIMA 2000 was the third in the series of Paci c Rim International Workshops on Multi-Agents. It was held on August 28-29, 2000, in Melbourne, Australia in conjunction with the Paci c Rim International Conference on Arti cial Intel- gence 2000. PRIMA is the main forum for the agent or multi-agent researchers in paci c rim countries to exchange and discuss their research results. This volume contains selected papers from PRIMA 2000. It covers theory, design, and applications of intelligent agents. The speci c aspects include co- dination, negotiation, learning, architecture, speci cation, allocation, and app- cation of intelligent agents. All papers are of high quality because each of them was reviewed and recommended by at least two international renowned program committee members. Many people contributed to this volume. We would like to thank all the a- hors who submitted papers to the workshop. Many thanks also to the members of the program committee who diligently reviewed all the papers. Finally, we thank the editorial sta of Springer-Verlag for publishing this volume in the Lecture Notes in Arti cial Intelligence series.
Contents:
Coordination, Negotiation, and Learning
Coordinating Distributed Decision Making Using Reusable Interaction Specifications
Dynamic Properties of Multiagents Based on a Mechanism of Loose Coalition
Agent Negotiation under Uncertainty and Risk
Argumentation as a Social Computing Paradigm
Rationality Assumptions and Optimality of Co-learning
Architecture, Specification, and Allocation
Experiences in the Development of an Agent Architecture
Building a Network Community Support System on the Multi-agent Platform Shine
A Secure Route Structure for Information Gathering Agent
An Approach to Specifying Coordinated Agent Behaviour
Specifying Agent Behaviour with Use Cases
Market-Based Network Resource Allocation with Non-tâtonnement Process
Applications
Autonomous Cooperative Factory Control
Delegation of Responsibility in an Agent-Based Process Management System.
Contributor:
Zhang, Chengqui. editor., Editor,
Soo, Von-Wun, editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-3-540-44594-4
9783540445944
Publisher Number:
10.1007/3-540-44594-3 doi
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