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  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 model such coope...

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 circumstanc...

Nov 11 2011
  Multi-robot deployment and coordination with embedded graph grammars
Smith B., Howard A., McNew J., Wang J., Egerstedt M.  Autonomous Robots 26(1): 79-98, 2009. Type: Article

Multiagent robotic networks constitute a way to sense an environment and report data from it using robotic technology; that is, we can use a team of robots covering a location, in order to analyze and obtain data from this environment....

Jul 16 2009
  Coordinated services provision in peer-to-peer environments
Chen G., Low C., Yang Z.  IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 19(4): 433-446, 2008. Type: Article

This paper addresses the peer coordination problem that can occur in a federated service providing (FSP) system. The main focus is on “how to self-organize the service group structures in response to the varying service demand” for ava...

Apr 17 2009
  Cognition and multi-agent interaction: from cognitive modeling to social simulation
Sun R., Sun R.,  Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2008. 448 pp. Type: Book (9780521728959)

While theories of cognition can be traced to antiquity, modern cognitive science is very much a child of the computer age. One powerful approach to studying cognition is to construct a computer model that embodies a theory, and to use it to explor...

Nov 20 2008
  On the design of coordination diagnosis algorithms for teams of situated agents
Kalech M., Kaminka G.  Artificial Intelligence 171(8-9): 491-513, 2007. Type: Article

Conflicts and disagreements are inherent in collaborative projects such as the team-driven design of diagnosis algorithms. This paper proposes a method to resolve these conflicts. The method is based on six algorithms for diagnosin...

Oct 22 2007
  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 have been spora...

Sep 24 2007
  The attentional spotlight
Bryson J.  Minds and Machines 16(1): 21-28, 2006. Type: Article

Bryson was a PhD student in the MIT Artificial Intelligence (AI) lab in the late 1990s. The paper is a highly personal view of the Cog project at that time. In addition to various observations on AI in general, and behavior-based AI in particular,...

Mar 21 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 here from being work...

Jul 28 2006
  Coordination of large-scale multiagent systems
Scerri P., Vincent R., Mailler R.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 1999. 352 pp. Type: Book (9780387261935)

The rapid increase in the need to process massive amounts of decentralized data has resulted in new technologies, like mobile agents, to satisfy requirements in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Nowadays, along with execution requirements, mo...

Jul 21 2006
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