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  • Agent-mediated ecommerce events 7/15/01 Who points to it? 83 - This page lists conferences, journals and workshops and other events (somewhat) related to Agent-Mediated E-Commerce.

  • Business Rules Markup Language (BRML) 2/17/00 Who points to it? 28 - BRML is an 'XML Rule Interlingua for Agent Communication, based on Courteous/Ordinary LogicPrograms.' It is used in connection with 'CommonRules' from IBM, and was developed in connection withIBM's Business Rules for E-Commerce Project. A related proposal is given in the 'Agent CommunicationMarkup Language,' a new XML version of FIPA standards-draft Agent Communication Language.'

  • IMASE 2000 -- Intelligent MAS for ecommerce 2/1/00 Who points to it? 27 - Workshop at theGenetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference ( GECCO-2000),Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 8-14 July 2000. Intial submissions due 23 March 2000

  • Knowledge based Electronic Markets 12/2/99 Who points to it? 30 - The AAAI-2000 Workshop on Knowledge-based Electronic Markets Monday, July 31, Austin TX, USA. Held at the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence with support from the Institute for Global Electronic Commerce.

  • Neuromedia, Inc. 1/23/00 Who points to it? 34 - NEUROMEDIA provides scalable Internet solutions that enablethe creation and deployment of Virtual Representatives -- vReps --virtual online sales and customer service representativesthat dynamically interact with customers via real-time, naturallanguage dialog for eCommerce and customer support websites.

  • AI for EC 1/2/00 Who points to it? 24 - AI for Electronic Commerce,a AAAI-99 Workshop,Sunday July 18, 1998 -- Orlando, Florida

  • TradingDynamics 1/2/00 Who points to it? 35 - TradingDynamics develops online business-to-business trading solutions fordeploying Internet exchanges and auctions.

  • Bizbots 1/2/00 Who points to it? 37 - BusinessBots has developed the Java Agent-enabled Marketplace(JAM), a powerful, scalable, and highly configurable universal serverfor enabling real-time marketplaces over the Internet.

  • BotSpot: Shopping Bots 1/21/00 Who points to it? 27 - A lst of cuyrrent shopbots on the web.

  • Intelligent Agents, Markets and Competition 1/22/00 Who points to it? 41 - Kees Jonkheer, Intelligent Agents, Markets and Competition:Consumers' Interests and Functionality ofDestination Sites, FirstMonday, Vol. 4 No. 6 - June 7th. 1999.

  • 1/25/00 Who points to it? 39 - "TradeAccess® is resetting the standard for business-to-businesse-commerce. We’re the first company to provide online CommercialRelationship Management built around real-world negotiatedbuying and selling"

  • A CEO's Guide to eCommerce Using Intergalactic Object-Oriented Intelligent Agents 1/26/00 Who points to it? 23 - by Peter Fingar.

  • Software Agents and the Future of Electronic Commerce 1/2/00 Who points to it? 633 - Pattie Maes, 1998

  • Open Ratings gets first round funding 2/1/00 Who points to it? 18 - Open Ratings offers a sophisticated, fraud-busting independent rating service that isdesigned to dramatically increase the level of trust, reliability and brand recognitionbetween buyer and seller. Based in Cambridge, Mass., Open Ratings was co-founded in1999 by a team including MIT Media Lab e-commerce guru Pattie Maes of Fireflyfame and is backed by Atlas Ventures and industry leaders including NicholasNegroponte. Its service is offered as a neutral Web-wide, co-branded service presentedthrough major online partners. It is based on technology that was developed after twoyears of research at the MIT Media Lab. With the Open Ratings solution, buyers gaintrust, sellers make more sales, and the Web becomes a safer environment fortransactions.

  • Beneath the Vortals 2/13/00 Who points to it? 20 - Beneath the VortalsFrom webteniques --The Lowdown on XML-Based B2BStandards, Michael Carroll -- At the core of business exchange lies an agreed-upon methodology for exchanging information, and it's not EDI but (maybe) CBL, cXML, and/or BizTalk.

  • Agents as Mediators in Electronic Commerce 2/13/00 Who points to it? 34 - Guttman, Robert; Maes, Pattie; Moukas, Alexandros G.: Agents as Mediators in Electronic Commerce. In: Schmid, Beat; Selz, Dorian; Sing, Regine: EM -Electronic Transactions, EM - Electronic Markets, v8n11, 05/98.

  • Agents that buy and sell 2/13/00 Who points to it? 38 - maes, Guttman, and Moukas, Agents that buy and sell: transforming commerce as we know it, CACM 1999.

  • EC-Web 2000 2/17/00 Who points to it? 19 - September 4-6, 2000Greenwich, UK., held in parallel with DEXA'00, abstracts due February 23, 2000.

  • ElComAg - Electronic Commercial Agents 7/15/01 Who points to it? 33 - The ElComAg (Electronic Commercial Agents) project at the NorwegianUniversity of Science and Technology is focused on facilities fortrading of knowledge by electronic commerce, including (1) conceptualmodeling of knowledge and trading process, (2) the design ofsale-sites (electronic marketplaces), (3) the design of agents forserving the trade process, and (4) information system architecture forknowledge trade.

  • EC-01 Trading Agent Competition 7/25/01 Who points to it? 27 - The 2001 Trading Agent Compeitition (TAC-01) is the second ina series of open-invitation events featuringsoftware agents from all over the world competing in a challenging market game. This year's event will culminate at the Third ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce, to be held 14-17 October 2001 in Tampa, Florida.

  • Fuzzy Multi-Agent Negotiations 1/6/03 Who points to it? 635 - A project at the the European University

  • 2003 trading agent competition 3/1/03 Who points to it? 27 - The 2003 trading agent competition to be held this summer will be based on a a new supply-chain related scenario designed by CMU and SICS.

  • Agentcities travel agent simulation 3/1/03 Who points to it? 43 - TAGA Travel Agent Game in Agentcities (TAGA) is a multi-agent framework for simulating the global travel

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