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Agent-Oriented Information Systems 2000


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Juni 2000

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Agent-Orientation is emerging as a powerful new paradigm in computing. Agent-oriented concepts and techniques could well be the foundations for the next generation of mainstream information systems. Information systems have become the backbone of all kinds of organizations today. Yet the inflexibilities in current technologies and methods have also resulted in poor performance, incompatibilties, and obstacles to change. As many organizations are reinventing themselves to meet the challenges of global competition and e-commerce, there is increasing pressure to develop and deploy new technologies that are flexible, robust, and responsive to rapid and unexpected change. Agent concepts, which originated in artificial intelligence but which have further developed and evolved in many areas of computing, hold great promise for responding to the new realities of information systems. The workshop contributions focus on how agent concepts and techniques will contribute to meeting information systems needs today and tomorrow. Table of Contents: 1 Introduction. 2 Databases for Agents and Agents for Databases. 3 MAS as Open Systems. 4 Representing Agent Interaction Protocols in UML. 5 Decentralized and Flexible Workflow Enactment Based on Task Coordination Agents. 6 User Profile Generation for Intelligent Information Agents. 7 Profile -- A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Information Discovery. 8 Aent-Based Satellite Ground Systems. 9 Multi-agent Framework for Expertise Location. 10 Combining AOR Diagrams and Ross Business Rules' Diagrams for Enterprise Modeling. 11 A Semiotic Approach for Modelling and Designing Agent-Based Information Systems based on Roles and Norms. 12 Speeding up CapBasED Activities in Delegation Driven Multi-Agent Information Systems. Appendix A: The AOIS Glossary.
EAN: 9783831100934
ISBN: 3831100934
Untertitel: Paperback.
Verlag: Books on Demand GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2000
Seitenanzahl: 188 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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