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  • Multiagent Systems 1/25/00 Who points to it? 23 - Fall 1998: CS 516A: Multiagent Systems, Tuomas Sandholm, Washington University,f Computer ScienceFocus: Self-interested agents in electronic commerce applications: auctions, voting,contracting, negotiation, coalition formation, market mechanisms, and mobile agents.

  • Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Multiagent Systems 12/2/99 Who points to it? 23 - A course offerred by Jose Vidal at the University of South Carolina, in Winter 2000

  • Multi-Agent Systems 12/2/99 Who points to it? 26 - A course offerred by Keith Decker at the University of Delaware, in Fall 1999

  • Information Retrieval and Web Agents 1/1/00 Who points to it? 17 - A course at JHU by David Yarowsky in the Spring of 1999.

  • Intelligent Agents (NTU/Hsu) 1/1/00 Who points to it? 18 - Prof. Jane Yung-jen Hsu's course at the National Taiwan University.

  • Agents and Multiagent Systems (SIU/Carver) 1/2/00 Who points to it? 19 - Norman Carver's summer 1998 course at SIU.

  • Intelligent Agents, Mobile Agents, and Multi-Agent Systems 1/2/00 Who points to it? 18 - Vasant Honavar's SPring 1998 course at Iowa State

  • CD5320: RoboCup 1/2/00 Who points to it? 14

  • Autonomous Multirobot Systems (CMU) 1/2/00 Who points to it? 12 - This course focuses on the key issues and current research in autonomous multirobot systems. It is a "hands-on"class requiring the students to develop and evaluate their own multirobot system (simulated or real). We will survey theinspiration and motivation for multirobot systems, the unique challenges in this field and the wide range of solutionsdeveloped thus far. This course is appropriate for graduate and advanced undergraduate students with a background inrobotics or AI.

  • MAS.790 - Distributed Systems 1/2/00 Who points to it? 15 - A course offerred at the MIT Media Lab in Fall 1997

  • 6.270 - MIT's Autonomous Robot Design Competition 1/2/00 Who points to it? 13 - 6.270 is a hands-on, learn-by-doing class open to MITstudents, in which participants design and build a robotthat will play in a competition at the end of January.

  • Distributed Intelligent MAS (Iowa State) 1/23/00 Who points to it? 15 - CS673, Spring '00, Distributed IntelligentMulti-Agent Systems,Department of Computer Science,Iowa State University, Dr. Vasant Honavar

  • Agents et Systemes Multiagents 1/24/00 Who points to it? 14 - A course on agents and MAS at the Universite laval.

  • Intelligent Real-Time Systems (Washington/Sandholm) 1/25/00 Who points to it? 13 - Fall 1999: CS 520A: Intelligent Real-Time Systems, Tuomas Sandholm,Washington University,Computer Science

  • U Paris 1/31/00 Who points to it? 12 - he 1999/2000 course for graduate students of the DEA IARFA, at the University of Paris 6. Provides acomplete overview of Multi-Agent Systems and Collective Problem Solving. Slides are downloadable (in french)

  • Intelligent Software Agents (UMBC/Labrou) 2/3/00 Who points to it? 14 - The course will cover topics in Distributed ArtificialIntelligence and Multi Agent Systems, Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) Agents and Agent Theories, InterfaceAgents, Mobile Agents, and Agent Communication Languages. Some of the significant agent-related topicsthat will be discussed are ontologies, recommender systems and auctions. Commercial platforms for agentapplications and commercial agent implementations will also be covered. I

  • COS 570 -- Distributed AI/MAS (Maine/Turner) 2/8/00 Who points to it? 15 - University of Maine course on DAI, MAS and CDPS (Cooperative Distributed Problem Solving)

  • Intelligent Agents (EPFL/Faltings) 2/13/00 Who points to it? 18 - This year, we focus in particular onself-interested agents and economic principles, including auctions, market-based systems and negotiation.

  • Intelligent Agents (EPFL/Faltings) 2/13/00 Who points to it? 16 - The main topic of this course are technologies for implementing intelligent agents. Agents differ from conventional(object-oriented) software technology in one or more of the following 4 dimensions:

  • Software Agent Course (Esfandiari/Calton) 2/14/00 Who points to it? 17 - A course by Babak Esfandiari at Carlton University.

  • LIS 450 AMD (Gasser/Illinois) 2/17/00 Who points to it? 16 - Agents and Multi-Agents for Dynamic Information Systems, Les Gasser, University of Illinois. This course provides a thorough introduction to Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AMAS)---anew, widely-used, and rapidly-growing paradigm for networked information systems. Thematerial covers concepts of autonomy, agenthood, and multi-agency; models ofcoordination, interaction, teamwork, and negotiation among agents; organizationalself-design and learning; matchmaking and brokering; case studies of applications indistributed information gathering/management, electronic commerce, human-computerinteraction, collaboration support, CSCW, and others. Students who prefer writing andanalysis will be able to investigate a broad range of AMAS issues. Students who areoriented toward experimentation will have the opportunity to design, build, and experimentwith agents and multi-agent systems using a variety of testbeds and experimental tools.

  • Complex adaptive systems and their business applications 4/29/00 Who points to it? 20 - Ourse at the University of Iowa lead by Filippo Menczer.

  • Software Multiagent Systems (USC) 8/28/00 Who points to it? 23 - A graduate course lead by Milind Tambe offered at the University of Southern California.

  • Agents et Systemes Multiagents 12/14/00 Who points to it? 13 - Brahim Chaib-draa's course at Universit√© Laval, Sainte-Foy, Canada.

  • Minds and Machines 8/27/01 Who points to it? 17 - Ned Block's course on Minds and Machines at NYU. "This course examines the conflict between computational and biological approaches tothe mind. Topics covered include whether a machine could think, whether thinkingcould be symbol crunching, the Turing Test, mental representation, the reduction ofthe mind to the brain, neural nets, mental imagery,and whether consciousness can beexplained materialistically."

  • Multi-Agent Systems (UDEL) 8/27/01 Who points to it? 23 - Keith Decker's course on multiagent systems at the University of Delaware.

  • Multiagent systems: A hands-on approach 8/28/01 Who points to it? 19 - "CSCE 782: Multiagent systems: A hands-on approach" is a course developed by Jose Vidal at the University of SOuth Carolina.

  • DAI and Intelligent Agents (NTNU, Tveit) 11/6/01 Who points to it? 23 - A Course in Distributed AI and Intelligent Agents at the NorwegianUniversity of Science and Technology.

  • Agent-Based Computational Economics 9/25/01 Who points to it? 22 - Leigh Tesfatsion's (Economics, Iowa State University) undergraduatecourse on Agent-Based Computational Economics (ACE) is intended tointroduce, motivate, and explore through concrete applications thepotential usefulness of the ACE methodology for the study ofeconomics.

  • Agent Systems (U of Tokyo) 10/5/01 Who points to it? 26 - Nigel Ward is offering a course on Agent Systems at the University of Tokyo with an emphasis on interface agents.

  • Phil466: Rationality in the Social Sciences 10/6/01 Who points to it? 18 - William Talbott's (U. Washington, Philosophy) course on "Philosophy of Social Sciences".The main subject of the course is the analysis and appraisal of the theoretical role ofindividual rationality and the theoretical role of other non-rational or extra-rational factorsin the foundations of the social sciences-especially in economics and in the application ofthe economic approach to the other social sciences.

  • Semantic Web (Lehigh) 10/17/01 Who points to it? 24 - A course on the Semantic Web offered at Lehigh University by Jeff Heflin.

  • eXtreme Programming: The Semantic Web 10/17/01 Who points to it? 27 - CMSC 498X is a course on the semantic web offered by Jim Hendler at the University of Maryland College Park during the Fall of 2001.

  • Semantic Web (Sheth, UGA) 11/5/01 Who points to it? 19 - This is an advanced course involving topics in Internet/WWW, database, information systems, and AI offered by AMit Sheth at the University of Georgia.

  • Econ 308X: Agent-Based Computational Economics (Tesfatsion) 2/17/02 Who points to it? 18 - "The primary objective of this course is to introduce, motivate, and explore through concrete applications the potentialusefulness of agent-based computational economics (ACE), a new methodology for the study of economies as complex adaptivesystems."

  • CS525M, WPI, Multi-agent Systems 2/27/02 Who points to it? 21 - A course on multiagent systems offerec by Adina Magda Florea at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

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