Agent and Multi-agent Technology for Internet and Enterprise Systems

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Anne Hakansson, Ronald Hartung, Ngoc Thanh Nguyen
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 17, 2010 - Mathematics - 380 pages
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Research in multi-agent systems offers a promising technology for problems with networks, online trading and negotiations but also social structures and communication. This is a book on agent and multi-agent technology for internet and enterprise systems. The book is a pioneer in the combination of the fields and is based on the concept of developing a platform to share ideas and presents research in technology in the field and application to real problems. The chapters range over both applications, illustrating the possible uses of agents in an enterprise domain, and design and analytic methods, needed to provide the solid foundation required for practical systems.
 

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Contents

Performance Models for Multiagent Systems and Mobile Agent Network
1
Parallels and Opportunities
25
Service Fusion in Mobile Contexts
49
Environmental Impact Assessment by MultiAgent Systems
69
MultiAgent Forex Trading System
90
Information Coordination Using Metaagents inInformation Logistics Processes
119
Social Network Analysis Based Approach to Trust Modeling for Autonomous Multiagent Systems
137
Logical Analysis of Multiagent Kripke Structures
157
Automatically Creating Hierarchies of Agents and Metaagents Using Clustering
207
A RoleBased Cognitive Architecture for MultiAgent Teaming
229
An Intelligent General Approach to Monitoring Distributed Systems
256
Personalized OntologyBased RecommenderSystems for Multimedia Objects
275
Toward Emotional ECommerce
293
WebBased Affective HumanAgent Interaction Generation
323
Author Index
346
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MultiAgent Systems and Large State Spaces
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