Foundations and Applications of Multi-Agent Systems: UKMAS Workshop 1996-2000, Selected Papers by Mark d'InvernoFoundations and Applications of Multi-Agent Systems: UKMAS Workshop 1996-2000, Selected Papers by Mark d'Inverno

Foundations and Applications of Multi-Agent Systems: UKMAS Workshop 1996-2000, Selected Papers

byMark d'InvernoEditorMichael Luck, Michael Fisher

Paperback | July 12, 2002

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This book presents revised full versions of papers contributed to UK Workshops on Multi-Agent Systems, UKMAS, during 1996 and 2000.
From the early days of MAS research, the UK community has been a particularly productive one with numerous key contributions. The 15 papers by internationally reputed researchers deal with various aspects of agent technology, with a certain emphasis on foundational issues in multi-agent systems.
Title:Foundations and Applications of Multi-Agent Systems: UKMAS Workshop 1996-2000, Selected PapersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:266 pagesPublished:July 12, 2002Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540439625

ISBN - 13:9783540439622

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Table of Contents

Coordinating Intelligent Agents.- Strategies for Discovering Coordination Needs in MultiAgent Systems.- Agent-Mediated Interaction. From Auctions to Negotiation and Argumentation.- Game Theory and Artificial Intelligence.- Rights for Multi-agent Systems.- Infrastructure Support for Agent-Based Development.- An Anthropological Approach to the Discovery of Ontologies in Multi-agent Societies.- Scalability in Multi-agent Systems: The FIPA-OS Perspective.- Agents and MAS in STaMs.- Semantics of Agent Communication: An Introduction.- Agents with Bounded Temporal Resources.- A Model of Delegation for Multi-agent Systems.- Agent Specification Using Multi-context Systems.- An Adaptive Choice of Messaging Protocol in Multi Agent Systems.- On Partially Observable MDPs and BDI Models.