Multi-Agent-Systems and Applications II: 9th Eccai-acai/easss 2001, Aemas 2001, Holomas 2001. Selected Revised Papers: 9th Eccai-acai/easss by Vladimir MarikMulti-Agent-Systems and Applications II: 9th Eccai-acai/easss 2001, Aemas 2001, Holomas 2001. Selected Revised Papers: 9th Eccai-acai/easss by Vladimir Marik

Multi-Agent-Systems and Applications II: 9th Eccai-acai/easss 2001, Aemas 2001, Holomas 2001…

byVladimir MarikEditorOlga Stepankova, Hana Krautwurmova

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This book presents a collection of thoroughly refereed papers drawn together from three meetings on multi-agent systems.Five of the tutorial lectures included were presented at the ACAI/EASSS 2001 summer school on MAS, held in Prague, Czech Republic, in July 2001; seven revised reviewed student papers dealing with various aspects of MAS are included as well. A workshop on Adaptability and Embodiment using MAS, AEMAS 2001, also held in Prague, Czech Republic, concurrently with the ACAI/EASSS summer school, is represented by three papers. Finally, a further nine papers were selected from an International Workshop on Industrial Applications of Holonic and Multi-Agent Systems, HoloMAS 2001, held in Munich, Germany, in September 2001.
Title:Multi-Agent-Systems and Applications II: 9th Eccai-acai/easss 2001, Aemas 2001, Holomas 2001…Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pagesPublished:April 3, 2002Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Multi-Agent Systems and Applications ACAI 2001: Selected Tutorial Papers.- Intelligent Agents: The Key Concepts.- Motivated Agent Behaviour and Requirements Applied to Virtual Emergencies.- Software Agents for Electronic Business: Opportunities and Challenges.- From Simulated Dialogues to Interactive Performances.- Cooperating Agents for Holonic Manufacturing.- Multi-Agent Systems and Applications ACAI 2001: Selected Student Papers.- Self-Stabilizing Distributed Algorithms for Defeat Status Computation in Argumentation.- Replanning in a Resource-Based Framework.- Distributed Branch and Bound Algorithm in Coalition Planning.- Formal Conversations for the Contract Net Protocol.- Adaptive Agents in Argumentation-Based Negotiation.- Flexible Load Balancing in Distributed Information Agent Systems.- Autonomous Agents Applied to Manufacturing Scheduling Problems: A Negotiation-Based Heuristic Approach.- Adaptability and Embodiment Using Multi-Agent Systems AEMAS 2001: Selected Papers.- Adaptability and Embodiment Using Multi-Agent Systems.- Distributed Shared Agent Representations.- Modeling Adaptive Multi-Agent Systems Inspired by Developmental Biology.- Industrial Applications of Holonic and Multi-Agent Systems HoloMAS 2001: Selected Papers.- Holons & Agents: Recent Developments and Mutual Impacts.- Material Handling Problem: FIPA Compliant Agent Implementation.- Industrial MAS for Planning and Control.- An Integral Implementation of a Machine-Holon Applying the ZEUS Agent Framework.- ExPlanTech: Exploitation of Agent-Based Technology in Production Planning.- A Holonic Approach to Reconfiguring Real-Time Distributed Control Systems.- Rationales for Holonic Applications in Chemical Process Industries.- Distributed Deadline Control in Holonic Manufacturing Systems.- CPlanT: Coalition Planning Multi-Agent System for Humanitarian Relief Operations.