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  1-10 of 17 Reviews about "Coherence And Coordination (I.2.11...)": Date Reviewed
  Institution-governed cross-domain agent service cooperation: a model for trusted and autonomic service cooperation
Gao J., Lv H. Applied Intelligence 37(2): 223-238, 2012.  Type: Article

This paper proposes a model for electronic institutions, promoting policy-driven autonomous service cooperation between different domains. The authors present an impressive and exhaustive definition of high-level infrastructure to mode...

Jan 9 2013
  Field-based coordination for pervasive multiagent systems
Mamei M., Zambonelli F., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2010. 242 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-642066-23-8)

One of the great attractions of multiagent systems is their decentralization. Instead of a single centralized decision function that becomes overloaded as the problem size grows, each agent makes autonomous decisions based on its local...

Nov 11 2011
  Engineering a BPEL orchestration engine as a multi-agent system
Viroli M., Denti E., Ricci A. Science of Computer Programming 66(3): 226-245, 2007.  Type: Article

It is simple to use and coordinate one Web service: you send a request, it is executed, and everybody is happy. In the world of Web services, however, coordinating the execution of multiple Web services is a challenging task. There hav...

Sep 24 2007
  Field-based coordination for pervasive multiagent systems
Mamei M., Zambonelli F., Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2005. 242 pp.  Type: Book (9783540279686)

The heart of this book is a chapter describing the system “tuples on the air,” which the authors have implemented. This is based on a simple idea, which has been considered by others before, but it benefits ...

Jul 28 2006
  Intelligent Agents on the Web: A Review
Boudriga N., Obaidat M. Computing in Science and Engineering 6(4): 35-42, 2004.  Type: Article

As you would expect from a review of current research on intelligent agents on the Web, this paper does not go into great depth in any particular area. Rather, it provides an overview of the research area, definitions and distinctions ...

Dec 26 2004
  Immunity-based systems
Ishida Y., Springer-Verlag, London, UK, 2004. 192 pp.  Type: Book (9783540008965)

Biologically inspired systems are currently of great interest to researchers in the software engineering and artificial intelligence (AI) fields. There are two reasons, at least, for such interest. The first is integration. Biological ...

Jul 28 2004
  Communication in multiagent systems
Huget M. (ed), Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2003. 323 pp.  Type: Book (9783540403852)

This volume in the lecture series on artificial intelligence is about concurrent autonomous entities that need to coordinate and cooperate to perform their computing tasks. The communication between them is called interaction, and is t...

Jun 7 2004
  Griz: experience with remote visualization over an optical grid
Renambot L., van der Schaaf T., Bal H., Germans D., Spoelder H. Future Generation Computer Systems 19(6): 871-881, 2003.  Type: Article

Experiments in remote rendering over an intercontinental optical network are discussed in this paper. The experiments took place during the iGrid2002 Conference (, held in Amsterdam in 2002....

Nov 13 2003
  Distributed constraint satisfaction: foundations of cooperation in multi-agent systems
Yokoo M., Springer-Verlag, London, UK, 2001. 143 pp.  Type: Book (9783540675969)

One of the most widely used search formalisms is the constraint satisfaction problem (CSP), which represents a problem as a set of variables, a set of finite discrete domains for each of the variables, and a set of constraints. The con...

Nov 1 2001
  Generating multimedia briefings: coordinating language and illustration
McKeown K., Feiner S., Dalal M., Chang S. Artificial Intelligence 103(1-2): 95-116, 1998.  Type: Article

Three systems that generate presentations containing orchestrationsof multiple media are described. COMET provides explanations forequipment maintenance and repair. MAGIC provides briefings on patientstatus immediately following corona...

Mar 1 1999
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