Multi-Agent Systems. Theories, Languages and Applications: 4th Australian Workshop on Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, July 13, 1998, Proceedings (Google eBook)

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Chengqi Zhang, Dickson Lukose
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 18, 1998 - Computers - 195 pages
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This volume contains revisedversions of selected papers presented at the Fourth Australian Workshop on Distributed Arti?cial Intelligence (DAK’91), together with a set of invited papers. Each paper has been reviewed by at least two program committee members. The workshop was held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on July 17,1992. The goalof the workshopwas to promoteresearchin distributed arti?cial intelligence and multi-agent systems, both nationally and internationally. Thepapers covera widerangeofissuesin the?eldof distributed arti?cial intelligence and multi-agent systems, such as theories, languages, and applications. Manypeoplecontributedtothesuccessofthis workshop. Wewouldliketothank all the authors who submitted papers to the workshop. Many thanks also to the members of the programme committee who diligently reviewed all the papers submitted. Finally, we thank the editorial sta? of Springer-Verlag for publishing this contribution to the Lecture Notes in Arti?cial Intelligence series. October 1998 Chengqi Zhang and Dickson Lukose Programme Committee Chengqi Zhang (Co-Chair) University of New England, Australia Dickson Lukose (Co-Chair) Brightware Inc. , USA Victor Lesser University of Massachusetts, USA Je?rey S. Rosenschein Hebrew University, Israel Toshiharu Sugawara NTT Basic Research Labs, Japan Rose Dieng ACACIA Project, INRIA, France Norbert Glaser CRIN-INRIA Lorraine, France Sascha Ossowski Rey Juan Carlos Univ, Spain Michael Luck University of Warwick, UK Mark d’Inverno University of Westminster, UK Tim Norman University of London, UK Douglas Norrie University of Calgary, Canada Bernard Moulin Laval University, Canada Zhisheng Huang University of London, UK Minjie Zhang Edith Cowan University, Australia Brahim Chaib-draa Laval University, Canada Table of Contents TeamFormationbySelf-InterestedMobileAgents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  

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Contents

Team Formation by SelfInterested Mobile Agents
1
Conception Behavioural Semantics and Formal Specification of Multiagent Systems
16
Learning MessageRelated Coordination Control in Multiagent Systems
29
MultiAgent Reinforcement Learning System Integrating Exploitation and ExplorationOriented Learning
45
Motivated Behaviour for Goal Adoption
58
Physically Based SelfOrganizing Cellular Automata
74
Service Contract Negotiation AgentBased Support for Open Service Environments
88
An AwarenessBased Model for Agents Involved in Reporting Activities
105
A Language for Modelling and Designing AgentBased Intelligent Systems
122
Programming Internet Based DAI Applications in QuProlog
137
Design of an AgentBased Multiuser Scheduling Implementation
152
A Team of Agents Cooperating for Intelligent Tutoring
166
Secure Information Gathering Agent for Internet Trading
183
Author Index
194
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