Computational Conflicts: Conflict Modeling for Distributed Intelligent Systems by Heinz J. MüllerComputational Conflicts: Conflict Modeling for Distributed Intelligent Systems by Heinz J. Müller

Computational Conflicts: Conflict Modeling for Distributed Intelligent Systems

byHeinz J. MüllerEditorRose Dieng

Paperback | February 20, 1995

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The aim of this book is to bring together approaches from different subfields of Artificial Intelligence as well as adjoint disciplines in order to characterize a "computational model" of conflicts. The different views on computational conflicts are motivated as follows: Conflicts can occur in organizations among human agents, as well as in computational systems such as knowledge-based systems, or multi-agent systems. They can appear during problem solving or during communication. Their nature or processing can also be specific for some tasks (such as concurrent engineering and design). They can be formalized and techniques can be offered for detecting, managing or avoiding them.
Title:Computational Conflicts: Conflict Modeling for Distributed Intelligent SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:242 pagesPublished:February 20, 1995Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. On Conflicts in General and their Use in AI in Particular.- 2. Conflict Ontology.- 3. Modelling Conflict-Resolution Dialogues.- 4. Managing Conflicts in Reflective Agents.- 5. Difference: a key to enrich knowledge - Concepts and Models.- 6. Detecting Temporal Conflicts in Integrated Agent Specifications.- 7. Conflict Management in Concurrent Engineering: Modelling Guides.- 8. Modeling Conflicts Between Agents in a Design Context.- 9. Conflict Management as Part of an Integrated Exception Handling Approach.- 10. Conflict Resolution in Distributed Assessment Situations.- 11. The Iterated Lift Dilemma.- References.- List of Contributors.

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Experts Heinz Jurgen Muller and Rose Dieng integrate approaches from artificial intelligence and other related disciplines to characterize a computational model of conflicts. Conflicts occur among human agents and computational systems, including knowledge-based or multi-agent systems. They can also arise during problem solving or communication. Computational Conflicts: Conflict Modeling for Distributed Intelligent Systems formalizes conflict modelling and develops techniques for detecting, managing and preventing them in AI systems.