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- Mobile Agents and the Future of the Internet
664 - Mobile Agents and the Future of the Internet , David Kotz and Bob Gray, ACM Operating Systems Review, 33(3), Aug 1999, pp 7-13.,-- an update of aposition paper that appeared at the Workshop Mobile Agents in the Context of Competition and Cooperation (MAC3) at Autonomous Agents, May1, 1999, in Seattle, Washington, USA.
- Intelligent Agents: Theory and Practice
637 - Mike Wooldridge and Nick Jennings, Intelligent Agents: Theory and Practice, Knowledge Engineering Review, v10n2, June 1995.
- The current landscape of Agent Communication Languages
52 - Yannis Labrou, Tim Finin and Yun Peng, The current landscape of AgentCommunication Languages, Intelligent Systems, volume 14, number 2,March/April 1999, IEEE Computer Society.
- Agent-Based Systems for Intelligent Manufacturing: A State-of-the-Art Survey
37 - It is an extended HTML version ofthe paper published in KAIS: "Shen, W and Norrie, DH Agent-Based Systems for Intelligent Manufacturing: AState-of-the-Art Survey. Knowledge and Information Systems, an International Journal, 1(2), 129-156, 1999.
- Pitfalls of Agent-Oriented Development
- Mobile agent applications
634 - This is a good overview of the state of the art in mobile agent research. It appeared in the "trend wars" columnin IEEE Concurrency,July-September 1999 Issue.
- Mobile agents: are they a good idea?
52 - Harrison et al , IBM.
- Software agents
684 - Genesereth and Ketchpel, CACM, 1994.
- Is it an agent or just a program
566 - Is it an Agent, or just a Program?:A Taxonomy for Autonomous Agents,Stan Franklin,University of Memphis,Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages, Springer-Verlag,1996.
- Is There an Intelligent Agent in Your Future?
648 - Jim Hendler, Is There an Intelligent Agent in Your Future?, Naure, March 11, 1999. A short article on agent technology for a general scientific audience.
- A Survey of Auctions
22 - One of the best ways to allocate goods and/or resources is to sell them using free market techniques and ideas. Anauction is an excellent method of distributing goods to those who value them most highly. Auctions, however, are farmore complex than most people realize.Agorics, Inc. has developed a series of articles explaining different auction types and some of the issues important indetermining whether to use auctions and, if so, which kind. What exactly is an auction? You may think you alreadyknow. Then again . . .
- When will computer hardware match the human brain?
19 - Hans Moravec, J of Transhumanism, 1998, v1 -- This paper describes how the performance of AI machines tends to improve at the same pace that AI researchers getaccess to faster hardware. The processing power and memory capacity necessary to match general intellectualperformance of the human brain are estimated. Based on extrapolation of past trends and on examination of technologiesunder development, it is predicted that the required hardware will be available in cheap machines in the 2020s.
- Agents that Reduce Work and Information Overload
54 - gents that Reduce Work and Information Overload. By Pattie Maes. A clear introduction to "interface agents [that] are computer programs that employ Artificial Intelligence techniques to provide active assistance to a user with computer-based tasks."
- Rusell and Norvig on "Intelligent Agents"
56 - This is chapter two from Rusell and Norvig's popular AI textbook.
- What Are Intelligence? And Why?
47 - What Are Intelligence? And Why? Randall Davis. (1998) AI Magazine 19 (1): 91-110
- Empirical Methods in Information Extraction
43 - Empirical Methods in Information Extraction (Claire Claire (1997). AI Magazine 18 (4): 65-79) is a good overview of the problems of and techniques for extracing informationi from natural language documents.
- Ontology Development 101: A Guide to Creating Your First Ontology
28 - Natalya Fridman Noy and Deborah L. McGuinness. ``Ontology Development 101: A Guide to Creating Your First Ontology''. StanfordKnowledge Systems Laboratory Technical Report KSL-01-05 and Stanford Medical Informatics Technical Report SMI-2001-0880,March 2001. Ontologies have become core components of many large applications yet the training material has not kept pace with the growing interest.This paper addresses the issues of why one would build an ontology and presents a methodology for creating ontologies based ondeclarative knowledge representation systems. It leverages the two authors experiences building and maintaining ontologies in a number ofontology environments including Protege-2000, Ontolingua, and Chimaera. It presents the methodology by example utilizing a tutorialwines knowledge base example. While it is aimed at users of frame-based systems, it can be useful for building ontologies in anyobject-centered system.
- Generic User Modeling Systems
36 - Alfred Kobsa, Generic User Modeling Systems, User Modeling andUser-Adapted Interaction 11, 49-63, Kluwer, 2001. The paper reviewsthe development of generic user modeling systems over the past twentyyears. It describes their purposes, their services withinuser-adaptive systems, and the different design requirements forresearch prototypes and commercially deployed servers. It discussesthe architectures that have been explored so far, namely shell systems that form part of the application, central server systems that communicatewith several applications, and possible future user modeling agents that physically follow the user.
- Oxford Guide to the Mind
54 - Oxford Guide to the Mind, Geoffrey Underwood (editor) (Oxford
- Living with CLASSIC: When and How to Use a KL-ONE-Like Language.
38 - This is a good introduction to knowledge representation languages in the description logic family, which is the basis for semantic web labguages like DAML and OIL. Ronald J. Brachman , Deborah L. McGuinness , Peter F. Patel-Schneider , Lori Alperin Resnick , and Alex Borgida. ``Living withCLASSIC: When and How to Use a KL-ONE-Like Language,'' in John Sowa, ed., Principles of Semantic Networks:Explorations in the representation of knowledge , Morgan-Kaufmann: San Mateo, California, 1991, pages 401--456.
- Searle on Consciousness
34 - "...Consciousness is entirely caused by neurobiological
- Agent technology roadmap
681 - M. Luck, P. McBurney, and C. Preist. Agent Technology: Enabling Next