Cognition And Multi Agent Interaction

Author: Ron Sun
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521839648
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This book explores the intersection between individual cognitive modeling and modeling of multi-agent interaction.

Developments In Intelligent Agent Technologies And Multi Agent Systems Concepts And Applications

Author: Trajkovski, Goran
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1609601734
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Developments in Intelligent Agent Technologies and Multi-Agent Systems: Concepts and Applications discusses research on emerging technologies and systems based on agent and multi-agent paradigms across various fields of science, engineering and technology. This book is a collection of work that covers conceptual frameworks, case studies, and analysis while serving as a medium of communication among researchers from academia, industry and government.

Knowledge Representation For Agents And Multi Agent Systems

Author: John-Jules Meyer
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642053009
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there is indeed muchinterestinthe problemsandissuesarisingatthe junctionofKRandMAS.

Adaptive Agents And Multi Agent Systems

Author: Eduardo Alonso
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540400680
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Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems is an emerging and exciting interdisciplinary area of research and development involving artificial intelligence, computer science, software engineering, and developmental biology, as well as cognitive and social science. This book surveys the state of the art in this emerging field by drawing together thoroughly selected reviewed papers from two related workshops; as well as papers by leading researchers specifically solicited for this book. The articles are organized into topical sections on - learning, cooperation, and communication - emergence and evolution in multi-agent systems - theoretical foundations of adaptive agents

Handbook Of Research On Multi Agent Systems Semantics And Dynamics Of Organizational Models

Author: Dignum, Virginia
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1605662577
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"This book provide a comprehensive view of current developments in agent organizations as a paradigm for both the modeling of human organizations, and for designing effective artificial organizations"--Provided by publisher.

Environments For Multi Agent Systems

Author: Danny Weyns
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540245758
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This modern field of multi-agent systems has developed from two main lines of earlier research: its practitioners generally regard it as a form of distributed artificial intelligence, whereas some researchers have persistently advocated ideas from the field of artificial life. AI agents (and their designers) usually take the environment for agent interaction as granted. From the ALife perspective and for ALife agents, the environment for interaction is an active participant in agent dynamics, a first class member of the overall systems. This book originates from the First International Workshop on Environments for Multi-Agent Systems, E4MAS 2004, held in New York, NY, USA in July 2004 as a satellite workshop of AAMAS 2004. The 13 carefully selected reviewed and revised papers presented together with an introductory survey article of close to 50 pages are organized in topical sections on conceptual models, language for design and specification, simulation and environments, mediated coordination, and applications.

Encyclopedia Of Information Communication Technology

Author: Antonio Cartelli
Editor: IGI Global
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The Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology (ICT) is a comprehensive resource describing the influence of information communication technology in scientific knowledge construction and spreading, with emphasis on the roles of product technologies, process technologies, and context technologies.A reference point for studies on the use and application of information science in scientific knowledge construction, the ""Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology"" covers the materials and instruments of information technology: from ICT in education to software engineering; the influence of ICT on different environments, including ecommerce, decision support systems, knowledge management, and more; and the most pervasive presence of information technology, including studies and research on knowledge management, the human side of ICT, ICT in healthcare, and virtual organizations, among many others. Addressing many of the fundamental issues of information communication technology, these estimable volumes will be a top-shelf resource for any reference library.

Multi Agent Systems And Agent Based Simulation

Author: Jaime S. Sichman
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540654766
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Fifteen papers were presented at the first workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and Agent-Based Simulation held as part of the Agents World conference in Paris, July 4-- 6, 1998. The workshop was designed to bring together two developing communities: the multi-agent systems researchers who were the core participants at Agents World, and social scientists interested in using MAS as a research tool. Most of the social sciences were represented, with contributions touching on sociology, management science, economics, psychology, environmental science, ecology, and linguistics. The workshop was organised in association with SimSoc, an informal group of social scientists who have arranged an irregular series of influential workshops on using simulation in the social sciences beginning in 1992. While the papers were quite heterogeneous in substantive domain and in their disciplinary origins, there were several themes which recurred during the workshop. One of these was considered in more depth in a round table discussion led by Jim Doran at the end of the workshop on 'Representing cognition for social simulation', which addressed the issue of whether and how cognition should be modelled. Quite divergent views were expressed, with some participants denying that individual cognition needed to be modelled at all, and others arguing that cognition must be at the centre of social simulation.

Engineering Environment Mediated Multi Agent Systems

Author: Danny Weyns
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ISBN: 3540850287
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Software intensive systems are increasingly expected to deal with changing user needs and dynamic operating conditions at run time. Examples are the need for life recon?gurations, management of resource variability, and dealing with p- ticular failure modes. Endowing systems with these kinds of capabilities poses severe challenges to software engineers and necessitates the development of new techniques, practices, and tools that build upon sound engineering principles. The ?eld of multi-agent systems focuses on the foundations and engineering of systems that consists of a network of autonomous entities (agents) that int- act to achieve the system goals. One line of research in multi-agent systems, inspired by biological, physical and other naturally occurring systems, concerns multi-agent systems in which agents share information and coordinate their - havior througha shared medium called an agentenvironment. Typical examples are gradient ?elds and digital pheromones that guide agents in their local c- text and as such facilitate the coordination of a community of agents. Since environment-mediation in multi-agent systems has shown to result in mana- able solutions with very adaptable qualities, it is a promising paradigm to deal with the increasing complexity and dynamism of distributed applications. Control in environment-mediated multi-agent systems is decentralized, i. e. , noneofthecomponentshasfullaccessorcontroloverthesystem. Self-organization isanapproachtoengineerdecentralized,distributedandresource-limitedsystems thatarecapableofdynamicallyadaptingtochangingconditionsandrequirements without external intervention. This useful system property is often re?ected in functionssuchasself-con?guration,self-optimization,andself-healing. Engine- ing approaches to self-organizing systems often rely on global functionality to emerge from localand autonomous decisions of individual agents that commu- catethroughasharedagentenvironment.

Explainable Transparent Autonomous Agents And Multi Agent Systems

Author: Davide Calvaresi
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030303918
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the First International Workshop on Explainable, Transparent Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, EXTRAAMAS 2019, held in Montreal, Canada, in May 2019. The 12 revised and extended papers presented were carefully selected from 23 submissions. They are organized in topical sections on explanation and transparency; explainable robots; opening the black box; explainable agent simulations; planning and argumentation; explainable AI and cognitive science.

On Agent Cooperation The Relevance Of Cognitive Plausibility For Multiagent Simulation Models Of Organizations

Author: Johannes van den Broek
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Architectural Design Of Multi Agent Systems Technologies And Techniques

Author: Lin, Hong
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1599041103
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"This book is a compilation of advanced research results in architecture and modeling issues of multi-agent systems. It serves as a reference for research on system models, architectural design languages, methods and reasoning, module interface design, and design issues"--Provided by publisher.

The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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Understanding Religion Through Artificial Intelligence

Author: Justin E. Lane
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1350103578
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In Understanding Religion through Artificial Intelligence, Justin E. Lane looks at the reasons why humans feel they are part of a religious group, despite often being removed from other group members by vast distances or multiple generations. To achieve this, Lane offers a new perspective that integrates religious studies with psychology, anthropology, and data science, as well as with research at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence (AI). After providing a critical analysis of approaches to religion and social cohesion, Lane proposes a new model for religious studies, which he calls the “Information Identity System.” This model focuses on the idea of conceptual ties: links between an individual's self-concept and the ancient beliefs of their religious group. Lane explores this idea through real-world examples, ranging from the rise in global Pentecostalism, to religious extremism and self-radicalization, to the effect of 9/11 on sermons. Lane uses this lens to show how we can understand religion and culture today, and how we can better contextualize the changes we see in the social world around us.

Trust Theory

Author: Christiano Castelfranchi
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470519844
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This book provides an introduction, discussion, and formal-based modelling of trust theory and its applications in agent-based systems This book gives an accessible explanation of the importance of trust in human interaction and, in general, in autonomous cognitive agents including autonomous technologies. The authors explain the concepts of trust, and describe a principled, general theory of trust grounded on cognitive, cultural, institutional, technical, and normative solutions. This provides a strong base for the author’s discussion of role of trust in agent-based systems supporting human-computer interaction and distributed and virtual organizations or markets (multi-agent systems). Key Features: Provides an accessible introduction to trust, and its importance and applications in agent-based systems Proposes a principled, general theory of trust grounding on cognitive, cultural, institutional, technical, and normative solutions. Offers a clear, intuitive approach, and systematic integration of relevant issues Explains the dynamics of trust, and the relationship between trust and security Offers operational definitions and models directly applicable both in technical and experimental domains Includes a critical examination of trust models in economics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and AI This book will be a valuable reference for researchers and advanced students focused on information and communication technologies (computer science, artificial intelligence, organizational sciences, and knowledge management etc.), as well as Web-site and robotics designers, and for scholars working on human, social, and cultural aspects of technology. Professionals of ecommerce systems and peer-to-peer systems will also find this text of interest.

Dynamic Organization In Multi Agent Distributed Cognitive Systems

Author: Nick V. Flor
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17th Innovative Applications Of Artificial Intelligence Conference

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Multi Agent Systems

Author: Jacques Ferber
Editor: Addison-Wesley Professional
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What are multi-agent systems? How do they work? What do they do? If you are looking for the answers to these questions, read on; for Jacques Ferber's authoritative book is the first to provide a single, coherent overview of multi-agent systems. Introduces and defines key concepts throughout the text; provides numerous examples to illustrate core principles; draws on contributions from different disciplines to present a holistic, comprehensive picture of state-of-the art agent technology; and describes all the latest developments in the field and encourages the reader to reflect on possibilities for the future.

American Book Publishing Record

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Ecai 94 Proceedings

Author: A. G. Cohn
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
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A collection of refereed papers presented at the 11th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in August 1994.