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By Asia-Pacific Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology 2000, Ning Zhong, Jiming Liu, Setsuo Ohsuga, Jeffrey Bradshaw

This quantity is an try and seize the essence of the cutting-edge of clever agent know-how and to spot the hot demanding situations and possibilities that it's or may be dealing with. an important function of the quantity is that it emphasizes a multi-faceted, holistic view of this rising expertise, from its computational foundations - by way of versions, methodologies, and instruments for constructing a number of embodiments of agent-based structures - to its useful impression on tackling real-world difficulties.

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In any case, user's behaviour induces a modification of some coefficients (describing reactive properties) in such a way that lists suggested in the future are (hopefully) closer to real user needs. Therefore, the system learns from user's behaviour about how to provide the users with suggestions meeting as much as possible their expectancy. (4) Finally, we design the architecture of a system implementing the above agent cooperation model a. Throughout the paper we refer to a given set of agents A of cardinality n and we suppose that all agents in A can cooperate with each other.

Schemes. This revision of classical logical notions seems to be important for solving complex problems in multi-agent systems. 4 Conclusions and Some Directions for Further Research We have outlined a methodology for approximate reasoning in distributed multi-agent systems. It is based on rough mereology. -schemes and rough neural networks. We enclose a list of such directions together with examples of problems. 1. Developing foundations for information granule systems. Certainly, still more work is needed to develop solid foundations for synthesis and analysis of information granule systems.

The optimal /-reduct is the one which has minimal number of elements outside {c, d}. Let us assume that {b, c} is chosen as an optimal /-reduct in 52. Then, the definition of / in terms of attributes {b, c} will be extracted from 52 and the query answering system of 52 will contact other sites of DKS requesting a definition of b (which is non-local for Si) in terms of attributes {d,c,e,g}. If definition of b is found, then it is sent to QAS of the site 1. Figure 4 shows the process of resolving query q in the example above.

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