Infrastructure for agents, multi-agent systems, and scalable multi-agent systems : International Workshop on Infrastructure for Scalable Multi-Agent Systems, Barcelona, Spain, June 3-7, 2000 : revised papers / Tom Wagner, Omer Rana (eds.).

By: International Workshop on Infrastructure for Scalable Multi-Agent Systems (2000 : Barcelona, Spain)
Contributor(s): Wagner, Tom, 1966- | Rana, Omer
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 1887.; Lecture notes in computer science: Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2001Description: 1 online resource (ix, 310 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540477723; 3540477721; 6611348476; 9786611348472Subject(s): Intelligent agents (Computer software) -- Congresses | Agents intelligents (Logiciels) -- Congrès | Informatique | Intelligent agents (Computer software) | Computer Science | Engineering & Applied SciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:International Workshop on Infrastructure for Scalable Multi-Agent Systems (2000 : Barcelona, Spain).: Infrastructure for agents, multi-agent systems, and scalable multi-agent systems.DDC classification: 006.3 LOC classification: QA76.76.I58 | I593 2000Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Infrastructure and Requirements for Building Research-Grade Multi-Agent Systems -- MAS Infrastructure Definitions, Needs, and Prospects -- Tools for Developing and Monitoring Agents in Distributed Multi-agent Systems -- Agora: An Infrastructure for Cooperative Work Support in Multi-Agent Systems -- Sensible Agent Testbed Infrastructure for Experimentation -- The MadKit Agent Platform Architecture -- An Architecture for Modeling Internet-based Collaborative Agent Systems -- Frameworks for Reasoning about Agent Based System -- Integrating High-Level and Detailed Agent Coordination into a Layered Architecture -- Adaptive Infrastructures for Agent Integration -- RoboCup Soccer Server and CMUnited: Implemented Infrastructure for MAS Research -- An Agent Infrastructure to Build and Evaluate Multi-Agent Systems: The Java Agent Framework and Multi-Agent System Simulator -- Design-to-Criteria Scheduling: Real-Time Agent Control -- Integrating Conversational Interaction and Constraint Based Reasoning in an Agent Building Shell -- An Enabling Environment for Engineering Cooperative Agents -- Agent Mobility and Reification of Computational State: An Experiment in Migration -- As Strong as Possible Agent Mobility -- An Architecture for Adaptive Web Stores -- Performance Issues and Infrastructure Scalability in Building Multi-Agent Systems -- A Performance Analysis Framework for Mobile Agent Systems -- A Layered Agent Template for Enterprise Computing -- A Community of Agents for User Support in a Problem-Solving Environment -- Scalable Mobile Agents Supporting Dynamic Composition of Functionality -- A Formal Development and Validation Methodology Applied to Agent-Based Systems -- A Proposal for Meta-learning through a MAS (Multi-agent System) -- Scalability Metrics and Analysis of Mobile Agent Systems -- Improving the Scalability of Multi-agent Systems -- Mobile Agents for Distributed Processing -- Scalability of a Transactional Infrastructure for Multi-Agent Systems -- Towards a Scalable Architecture for Knowledge Fusion -- Towards Validation of Specifications by Simulation -- Open Source, Standards and Scaleable Agencies -- Infrastructure Issues and Themes for Scalable Multi-agent Systems.
Review: "Building research grade multi-agent systems usually involves a broad variety of software infrastructure ingredients like planning, scheduling, coordination, communication, transport, simulation, and module integration technologies and as such constitutes a great challenge to the individual researcher active in the area. The book presents a collection of papers on approaches that will help make deployed and large scale multi-agent systems a reality. The first part focuses on available infrastructure and requirements for constructing research-grade agents and multi-agent systems. The second part deals with support in infrastructure and software development methods for multi-agent systems that can directly support coordination and management of large multi-agent communities; performance analysis and scalability techniques are needed to promote deployment of multi-agent systems to professionals in software engineering and information technology."--Jacket.
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"Building research grade multi-agent systems usually involves a broad variety of software infrastructure ingredients like planning, scheduling, coordination, communication, transport, simulation, and module integration technologies and as such constitutes a great challenge to the individual researcher active in the area. The book presents a collection of papers on approaches that will help make deployed and large scale multi-agent systems a reality. The first part focuses on available infrastructure and requirements for constructing research-grade agents and multi-agent systems. The second part deals with support in infrastructure and software development methods for multi-agent systems that can directly support coordination and management of large multi-agent communities; performance analysis and scalability techniques are needed to promote deployment of multi-agent systems to professionals in software engineering and information technology."--Jacket.

Infrastructure and Requirements for Building Research-Grade Multi-Agent Systems -- MAS Infrastructure Definitions, Needs, and Prospects -- Tools for Developing and Monitoring Agents in Distributed Multi-agent Systems -- Agora: An Infrastructure for Cooperative Work Support in Multi-Agent Systems -- Sensible Agent Testbed Infrastructure for Experimentation -- The MadKit Agent Platform Architecture -- An Architecture for Modeling Internet-based Collaborative Agent Systems -- Frameworks for Reasoning about Agent Based System -- Integrating High-Level and Detailed Agent Coordination into a Layered Architecture -- Adaptive Infrastructures for Agent Integration -- RoboCup Soccer Server and CMUnited: Implemented Infrastructure for MAS Research -- An Agent Infrastructure to Build and Evaluate Multi-Agent Systems: The Java Agent Framework and Multi-Agent System Simulator -- Design-to-Criteria Scheduling: Real-Time Agent Control -- Integrating Conversational Interaction and Constraint Based Reasoning in an Agent Building Shell -- An Enabling Environment for Engineering Cooperative Agents -- Agent Mobility and Reification of Computational State: An Experiment in Migration -- As Strong as Possible Agent Mobility -- An Architecture for Adaptive Web Stores -- Performance Issues and Infrastructure Scalability in Building Multi-Agent Systems -- A Performance Analysis Framework for Mobile Agent Systems -- A Layered Agent Template for Enterprise Computing -- A Community of Agents for User Support in a Problem-Solving Environment -- Scalable Mobile Agents Supporting Dynamic Composition of Functionality -- A Formal Development and Validation Methodology Applied to Agent-Based Systems -- A Proposal for Meta-learning through a MAS (Multi-agent System) -- Scalability Metrics and Analysis of Mobile Agent Systems -- Improving the Scalability of Multi-agent Systems -- Mobile Agents for Distributed Processing -- Scalability of a Transactional Infrastructure for Multi-Agent Systems -- Towards a Scalable Architecture for Knowledge Fusion -- Towards Validation of Specifications by Simulation -- Open Source, Standards and Scaleable Agencies -- Infrastructure Issues and Themes for Scalable Multi-agent Systems.

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