Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence II, Volume 2
Welcome to the second volume of Transactions on Computational Collective Intel- gence (TCCI), a new journal devoted to research in computer-based methods of c- putational collective intelligence (CCI) and their applications in a wide range of fields such as the Semantic Web, social networks and multi-agent systems. TCCI strives to cover new methodological, theoretical and practical aspects of CCI understood as the form of intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals (artificial and/or natural). The application of multiple computational int- ligence technologies such as fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation, neural s- tems, consensus theory, etc. , aims to support human and other collective intelligence and to create new forms of CCI in natural and/or artificial systems. TCCI is a double-blind refereed and authoritative reference dealing with the wo- ing potential of CCI methodologies and applications, as well as emerging issues of interest to academics and practitioners. This second issue contains a collection of 10 articles selected from high-quality submissions addressing advances in the foun- tions and applications of computational collective intelligence. In “Integration P- posal for Description Logic and Attributive Logic – Towards Semantic Web Rules” G. Nalepa and W. Furmanska propose a transition from attributive logic to description logic in order to improve the design of Semantic Web rules. K. Thorisson et al.
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Integration Proposal for Description Logic and Attributive Logic Towards Semantic Web Rules
A CrossCultural Multiagent Model of Opportunism in Trade
A Computational Collective Intelligence Model of Behavioural Traits Trust and Time
A Shift towards ConsumerManaged Relationships in the Telecom Industry
From Representation to Realization
Decision Support System Based on Computational Collective Intelligence in Campus Information Systems
Fuel Crime Conceptualization through Specialization of Ontology for Investigation Management System
A Robust Approach for Nonlinear UAV Task Assignment Problem under Uncertainty
Agent Pricing Model
JABAT Middleware as a Tool for Solving Optimization Problems
A-Team ABox algorithm ALSV(FD applications approach architecture attributes automation behaviour c.DnS clustering coeﬃcient collaborative Collective Intelligence components Computational Trust concept considered consumer profiles convex function culture DAAL DC programming deceit deﬁned deﬁnition Description Logics diﬀerent domain dynamic eﬀective eﬀort entities environment ﬁrst formal fuel crime Google group-oriented services Heidelberg implementation implicit Information Foraging Internet investigation invoices JABAT k-means algorithm knowledge language lecture LNCS metadata multi-agent multi-agent systems negotiation ontology optimizing agents parameters partner Petro-C Price Agent price strategy problem proposed ranked represent roles rules Semantic Semantic Web SemCard service providers simulation Social Search Social Search engine software agents solution solving speciﬁcation Springer SWRL tabu search task TBox telecom operators tracing trade transactions trustworthy Trzebinia UAVs uncertainty avoiding University update user’s vector Web-site XTT2