Agent Technology for Communication Infrastructures

February 8, 2001|
Agent Technology for Communication Infrastructures by Alex L. G. Hayzelden
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Agent Technology is a fast growing area of research in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science. Agents are autonomousproblem-solving entities residing in an environment able to solveproblems, roam network infrastructures, adapt to changes in theirenvironment an interact with other agents.

Offering a useful snapshot of the current status of the field, thistext focuses sharply on the upcoming convergence of intelligentsoftware and communications systems.

  • Contributions from leading authorities in the field covering awide range of issues,
  • Demonstrates the increased capabilites of agents that are notcurrently achievable using traditional standards-based network signalling.

This valuable reference resource is essential reading forresearchers or practitioners interested in applying agenttechnology or in business to develop next generation distributedapplications, as well as scientists and engineers in R & Ddepartments and lecturers and researchers in telecommunications andcomputer science.

Alex L. G. Hayzelden is the editor of Agent Technology for Communication Infrastructures, published by Wiley. Rachel A. Bourne is the editor of Agent Technology for Communication Infrastructures, published by Wiley.
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Title:Agent Technology for Communication InfrastructuresFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:316 pages, 9.9 X 6.87 X 0.91 inShipping dimensions:316 pages, 9.9 X 6.87 X 0.91 inPublished:February 8, 2001Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0471498157

ISBN - 13:9780471498155

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