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Title Agent engineering / editors, Jiming Liu [and others].
Imprint Singapore ; River Edge, N.J. : World Scientific, ©2001.

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Description 1 online resource (viii, 265 pages) : illustrations
Series Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence ; vol. 43
Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence ; vol. 43.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject Intelligent agents (Computer software)
Artificial intelligence.
Genre Electronic book.
Contents Introduction to agent engineering / Jiming Liu [and others] -- ch. 1. Why autonomy makes the agent / Sam Joseph and Takahiro Kawamura -- ch. 2. Knowledge granularity spectrum, action pyramid, and the scaling problem / Yiming Ye and John K. Tsotsos -- ch. 3. The motivation for dynamic decision-making frameworks in multi-agent systems / K. Suzanne Barber and Cheryl E. Martin -- ch. 4. Dynamically organizing KDD processes in a multi-agent KDD system / Ning Zhong, Chunnian Liu, and Setsuo Ohsuga -- ch. 5. Self-organized intelligence / Jiming Liu -- ch. 6. Valuation-based coalition formation in multi-agent systems / Stefan J. Johansson -- ch. 7. Simulating how to cooperate in iterated chicken and prisoner's dilemma games / Bengt Carlsson -- ch. 8. Training intelligent agents using human data collected on the Internet / Elizabeth Sklar, Alan D. Blair, and Jordan B. Pollack -- ch. 9. Agent dynamics: Soap paradigm / Felix W.K. Lor.
Summary Agent engineering concerns the development of autonomous computational or physical entities capable of perceiving, reasoning, adapting, learning, cooperating and delegating in a dynamic environment. It is one of the most promising areas of research and development in information technology, computer science and engineering. This book addresses some of the key issues in agent engineering: What is meant by "autonomous agents"? How can we build agents with autonomy? What are the desirable capabilities of agents with respect to surviving (they will not die) and living (they will furthermore enjoy.
Other Author Liu, Jiming, 1962-
Other Title Print version: Agent engineering. Singapore ; River Edge, N.J. : World Scientific, ©2001 9810245580 9789810245580