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Encyclopedia of E-Collaboration
Agent communication language.
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Prospects for E-Collaboration with Artificial Partners
Kathleen Keogh (The University of Ballarat, Australia) and Liz Sonenberg (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Copyright: © 2008 |Pages: 6
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-000-4.ch075
Recent work shows that there is interest in how individual artificial agents can work in successful competitive and collaborative teams including people and other agents. Applications involving competing agents include online auctions. Applications for collaborative teams include remote space missions, disaster recovery (e.g., to coordinate a rescue mission) and helping organize appointments for a team of people (Pynadath & Tambe, 2003); as an aid to independent living developing teams of health carers, including artificial carers (Wagner, Guralnik, & Phelps, 2002); in command and control as coordination and communication assistants (Fan et al., 2005); and pedagogical agents in teaching systems (e.g., Shaw, Ganeshan, Johnson & Millar, 1999; Feng, Shaw, Kim & Hovy, 2006).
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System Support for Smart Spaces
(Access Control List). A mechanism to control access to operations on a resource. It lists which clients may perform which operations on a resource.
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