Intelligence Integration in Distributed Knowledge Management

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Król, Dariusz
IGI Global, Jul 31, 2008 - Business & Economics - 388 pages
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Intelligent methods are used in distributed environments in countless ways, with examples such as propagation, communication, collaboration, and cooperation. With the abundant purposes for intelligence in distributed systems, it is pertinent for researchers, technicians, and students in various areas of computer science to discover the most current and definitive advances in the field.

Intelligence Integration in Distributed Knowledge Management provides recent technologies and practices in intelligence for distributed systems while covering major aspects of the agent based systems. This book is a must for those striving to enhance their understanding of distributed knowledge management and extend their ideas of cooperation using for numerous real-world problems.


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Using Logic Programmingand XML Technologies for DataExtraction from Web Pages
A Formal Analysis of VirtualEnterprise Creation andOperation
Application of UncertainVariables to KnowledgeBasedResource Distribution
A Methodology of Design forVirtual Environments
An Ontological Representationof Competencies as CodifiedKnowledge
Integration Aspects forAgent Systems
Aspects of Openness inMultiAgent SystemsCoordinating the Autonomy inAgent Societies
How Can We Trust Agents inMultiAgent Environments?Techniques and Challenges
MultiAgent SystemsEngineeringAn Overview and Case Study
FuzzyBased and OtherMethods for Integration
Modeling Analysing andControl of Agents Behaviour
Using Fuzzy Segmentation forColour Image Enhancementof Computed TomographyPerfusion Images
Fuzzy Mediation in SharedControl and Online Learning
Utilizing Past Web forKnowledge Discovery
ExampleBased Frameworkfor Propagation of Tasks inDistributed Environments
Survey on the Application ofEconomic and Market Theoryfor Grid Computing

The Concept of Autonomy inDistributed Computation andMultiAgent Systems
An AgentBased LibraryManagement System UsingRFID Technology
Mechanisms to RestrictExploitation and ImproveSocietal Performance inMultiAgent Systems
Norm Emergence inMultiAgent Societies
Compilation of References
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Dariusz Król is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Applied Informatics, Wroclaw University of Technology. He received M.Sc. degree in Computer Science in 1990 and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science in 2001, both from the Wroclaw University of Technology. His major research interests are open distributed systems, semantic collaboration and communication and intelligent evaluation. His teaching includes database systems, Java and Internet technologies. He is an author of over 60 scientific publications (including journal and conference papers) and a co-author of 2 books in C programming and business information systems. In 2005 he won the IBM Award for the work on Eclipse Didactic Distribution.

Ngoc Thanh Nguyen works at Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland, and is the head of Knowledge Management Systems Department in the Faculty of Computer Science. His scientific interests consist of knowledge integration methods, collective intelligence, intelligent technologies for conflict resolution, inconsistent knowledge processing, multi-agent systems, and Elearning methods. He has edited 20 special issues in international journals, 10 books and 8 conference proceedings. He is the author of 4 monographs and about 190 other publications. Prof. Nguyen serves as Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Intelligent Information and Database Systems; Editor-in-Chief of two book series: Advances in Applied Intelligence Technologies and Computational Intelligence and its Applications for IGI Global Publishers (USA); Associate Editor of Neurocomputing, International Journal of Innovative Computing & Information Control, Journal of Information Knowledge System Management and KES Journal; and a Member of Editorial Review Boards of several other prestigious international journals. He has been General Chair or Program Chair of more than 10 international conferences. Prof. Nguyen has been selected as the Vice-President of International Society of Applied Intelligence (ISAI); In 2008 for his activities the President of Poland has rewarded Prof. Nguyen the Bronze Medal for Education. In 2009 he received the Title of Professor granted by the President of Poland. [Editor]

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