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The Intelligence Agents

A work of social, moral, religious and scientific satire, including articles by and about people who are changing the meaning of freedom all over the world, this is the fifth and final volume of Dr. Leary's 'Future History Series' with lots ...

Author : Timothy Leary

Release : 2014-03-25

Publisher : Ronin Pub

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The Intelligence Agents is a collection of memos, articles, and pictures written in "future history" reflecting life on planet earth during Leary's lifespan. A work of social, moral, religious and scientific satire, including articles by and about people who are changing the meaning of freedom all over the world, this is the fifth and final volume of Dr. Leary's 'Future History Series' with lots of fun pictures and ideas for your brain! Dr. Timothy Leary, in his own chaotic style, recapitulates evolution from the first organism in which life began in the Eastern Oriental shorelines. DNA, the breath of life is always chasing the Sun Westward towards our neurological destiny. If you are familiar with Dr. Leary's 24 Stage/8 Neuro-Circuit theory, then you will get a rise from this book. We have migrated from Asia to California as the launching pad into space where we will create H.O.M.E.s (High Oribtal Mini-Earths). The Intelligence Agents have already established their homes in future hive colonies. The secret to becoming an Intelligence Agent and Intelligence Increase is to SMILE (Space Migration Intelligence Increase Life Extension -- the 'I' is squared).

Intelligent Agents

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Artificial Intelligence – Agents and Environments

Modelers can give instructions to hundreds or thousands of “agents” all operating
independently. This makes it possible to explore the connection between the
micro-level behavior of individuals and the macro-level patterns that emerge from
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Intelligent Agents II - Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages

on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL-95), Lecture Notes in
Artificial Intelligence. Springer- Verlag, 1996. (In this volume). 8. D. Harel.
Dynamic Logic. In D. Gabbay and F. Guenthner, editors, Handbook of
Philosophical ...

Author : PROCEEDINGS IJCAI WORKSHOP ATAL (1995 : MONTREAL) AUTOR

Release : 1996-01-17

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

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This book is based on the second International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages, held in conjunction with the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IJCAI'95 in Montreal, Canada in August 1995. The 26 papers are revised final versions of the workshop presentations selected from a total of 54 submissions; also included is a comprehensive introduction, a detailed bibliography listing 355 relevant publications, and a subject index. The book is structured into seven sections, reflecting the most current major directions in agent-related research. Together with its predecessor, Intelligent Agents, published as volume 890 in the LNAI series, this book provides a timely and comprehensive state-of-the-art report.

Intelligent Agents for Telecommunications Applications

2 Background In spite of the growing interest in Intelligent Agent technology , it is
sometimes difficult to discern exactly what the term Intelligent Agents means . In
this paper , the definition of Intelligent Agents means they have the following ...

Author : Sahin Albayrak

Release : 1998

Publisher : IOS Press

ISBN : 9789051992953

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Intelligent agent and distributed AI (DAI) approaches attach specific conditions to cooperative exchanges between intelligent systems, that go far beyond simple functional interoperability. Ideally, systems that pursue local or global goals, coordinate their actions, share knowledge, and resolve conflicts during their interactions within groups of similar or dissimilar agents can be viewed as cooperative coarse-grained systems. The infrastructure of telecommunications is a world in transition. There are a number of trends that contribute to this: convergence of traditional telephony and data network worlds, blurring of boundaries between public and private networks, complementary evolution of wireline, wireless, and cable network infrastructures, the emergence of integrated broadband multimedia networks and, of course, the information superhighway. Up to now, despite the effort that has gone into this area, the field of intelligent agents research has not yet led to many fielded systems. Telecommunications applications pose strong requirements to agents such as: reliability, real-time performance, openness, security management and other integrated management, and mobility. In order to fulfil their promise, intelligent agents need to be fully dependable and typically require an integrated set of capabilities. This is the challenge that exists for intelligent agents technology in this application domain.

Agents and Ambient Intelligence

Achievements and Challenges in the Intersection of Agent Technology and
Ambient Intelligence Tibor Bosse ... Preface. Tibor BOSSE VU University
Amsterdam, Agent Systems Research group De Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV
Amsterdam, The ...

Author : Tibor Bosse

Release : 2012

Publisher : IOS Press

ISBN : 1614990492

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The concept of an intelligent agent - a computational system capable of performing certain tasks autonomously - derived from the growing potential of digital computers in the mid 20th century and had been widely adopted by the early 1990s. Partly in parallel with this concept, the perspective of ambient intelligence (AmI) emerged in the late 1990s. Agent technology and AmI have many similarities, and the main purpose of this book is to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art of the scientific area that integrates these two. The book addresses a wide variety of topics related to agents and AmI, including theoretical, practical, design, implementation, ethical and philosophical issues. The 12 chapters are arranged in four sections. The first consists of three chapters discussing ethical and philosophical issues; the second part explores various approaches that can be used to develop agent-based AmI Systems; the third part contains three chapters that share the goal to endow AmI systems with useful properties like intelligence and adaptivity and the last section presents concrete applications of agent-based AmI systems. This book provides an insight into recent achievements and future challenges at the intersection of agent technology and ambient intelligence and will assist the development of more intelligent, flexible, effective and user-friendly systems as well as posing critical questions about the future of the role of agents within the AmI perspective.

Building Intelligent Agents

1 Intelligent Agents This chapter presents the definition of an intelligent agent
and discusses some of the general issues in developing such an agent . The key
issue is how to represent , capture , and maintain the knowledge necessary for
the ...

Author : Gheorghe Tecuci

Release : 1998-07-07

Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann

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Building Intelligent Agents is unique in its comprehensive coverage of the subject. The first part of the book presents an original theory for building intelligent agents and a methodology and tool that implement the theory. The second part of the book presents complex and detailed case studies of building different types of agents: an educational assessment agent, a statistical analysis assessment and support agent, an engineering design assistant, and a virtual military commander. Also featured in this book is Disciple, a toolkit for building interactive agents which function in much the same way as a human apprentice. Disciple-based agents can reason both with incomplete information, but also with information that is potentially incorrect. This approach, in which the agent learns its behavior from its teacher, integrates many machine learning and knowledge acquisition techniques, taking advantage of their complementary strengths to compensate for each others weakness. As a consequence, it significantly reduces (or even eliminates) the involvement of a knowledge engineer in the process of building an intelligent agent.

Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Systems

Speech: Computational. Collective. Intelligence. and. Knowledge. Inconsistency.
in. Multi-agent. Environments. Ngoc Thanh Nguyen Institute of Computer Science
, Wroclaw University of Technology Str. Janiszewskiego 11/17, 50-370 Wroclaw ...

Author : Bui The Duy

Release : 2008-11-24

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

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PRIMA 2008 was the 11th in a series of conferences gathering researchers - voted to developing intelligent agents and multi-agent technologies from Asia and the Paci?c regions. From its ?rst incarnation over a decade ago, PRIMA has emerged as a signi?cant international forum, facilitating the exchange and dissemination of innovative research from around the globe. PRIMA 2008 was held in Vietnam, a tribute to this country’s emerging s- enti?c vitality and importance as a developing innovation center. The Program Committee received 56 submissions from 20 countries. Many of these papers are the work of PhD or Masters students from Asian countries including - rea, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Iran, India, and Vietnam. In accordance with the rules, each submission was carefully peer-reviewed by three Program C- mittee referees. Only 19 submissions were accepted as regular papers, with a competitive rate of 33%. Additionally, the Program Committee decided to accept 22 short papers mainly written by graduate students, allowing our young colleagues an opp- tunity to present their work and new perspectives. These fresh perspectives enhanced our experienced of the conference and complemented the high quality of the professional papers submitted.

Artificial Intelligence – Agent Behaviour

Figure 10.3 Screenshots of the failed attempts at making virtual water flow uphill
in the Water Flowing Uphill model, using turtle agents (left top), patch agents (
right top), boid agents (left bottom), and particle agents (right bottom). The second
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Advances in the Evolutionary Synthesis of Intelligent Agents

Karthik Balakrishnan and Vasant Honavar 1.1 Introduction From its very inception
in the late 1950s and early 1960s, the field of Artificial Intelligence, has
concerned itself with the analysis and synthesis of intelligent agents. Although
there is no ...

Author : Mukesh Patel

Release : 2001

Publisher : MIT Press

ISBN : 9780262162012

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This book explores a central issue in artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and artificial life: how to design information structures and processes that create and adapt intelligent agents through evolution and learning. Among the first uses of the computer was the development of programs to model perception, reasoning, learning, and evolution. Further developments resulted in computers and programs that exhibit aspects of intelligent behavior. The field of artificial intelligence is based on the premise that thought processes can be computationally modeled. Computational molecular biology brought a similar approach to the study of living systems. In both cases, hypotheses concerning the structure, function, and evolution of cognitive systems (natural as well as synthetic) take the form of computer programs that store, organize, manipulate, and use information. Systems whose information processing structures are fully programmed are difficult to design for all but the simplest applications. Real-world environments call for systems that are able to modify their behavior by changing their information processing structures. Cognitive and information structures and processes, embodied in living systems, display many effective designs for biological intelligent agents. They are also a source of ideas for designing artificial intelligent agents. This book explores a central issue in artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and artificial life: how to design information structures and processes that create and adapt intelligent agents through evolution and learning. The book is organized around four topics: the power of evolution to determine effective solutions to complex tasks, mechanisms to make evolutionary design scalable, the use of evolutionary search in conjunction with local learning algorithms, and the extension of evolutionary search in novel directions.

Intelligent Agents III. Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages

The development of agent systems needs suitable programming languages. At
the beginning, researchers implemented agent systems by means of
conventional artificial intelligence programming languages (e.g., Lisp and Prolog
) taking into ...

Author : J. P. Muller Joint Conference on Artificial Intell

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NB: LNAI 890 and LNAI 1037 are the first and second books respectively in this series of three books on Intelligent Agents.

Intelligent Agents in the Evolution of Web and Applications

For example, expert systems are particularly appropriate for modelling the
knowledge and the decision methods of human experts, and intelligent agents
and genetic algorithms can be used to simulate the behaviour and the learning ...

Author : Ngoc Thanh Nguyen

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Intelligent agents have revolutionised the way we do business, we teach, we learn, design systems, and so on. Agent applications are increasingly being developed in - mains as diverse as meteorology, manufacturing, war gaming, UAV mission mana- ment and the evolution of Web [1]. The Web has also has the same effect on our daily life as the intelligent agents. We use Web for information search, shopping, news, communication and so on. We wonder how we lived without Web in the past [2]. The book presents a sample of some of the most innovative research on the use of intelligent agents in the evolution of Web. There are thirteen chapters in the book. Chapters are on theoretical foundations as well as practical applications. We are grateful to the contributors and reviewers for their contribution. We believe that the research reported in the book will encourage researchers to develop the robust human-like intelligent machines for the service of humans. We sincerely thank Springer-Verlag for their editorial support during the prepa- tion of the manuscript. The editors appreciate the resources provided by Wroclaw University of Technology and the University of South Australia to edit this volume.

Intelligent Agents VII. Agent Theories Architectures and Languages

This is an often neglected research topic in agent theory and artificial intelligence
in general. Many artificial intelligence planners, for example, assume that agents
want to minimize the expected cost or maximize the expected reward.

Author : Cristiano Castelfranchi

Release : 2001-07-20

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

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Intelligent agents are one of the most important developments in computer science of the past decade. Agents are of interest in many important application areas, ranging from human-computer interaction to industrial process control. The ATAL workshop series aims to bring together researchers interested in the core/micro aspects of agent technology. Speci?cally, ATAL addresses issues such as theories of agency, software architectures for intelligent agents, methodologies and programming languages for r- lizing agents, and software tools for applying and evaluating agent systems. One of the strengthsoftheATALworkshopseriesisitsemphasisonthesynergiesbetweentheories, languages, architectures, infrastructures, methodologies, and formal methods. This year s workshop continued the ATAL trend of attracting a large number of high quality submissions. In more detail, 71 papers were submitted to the ATAL 2000 workshop, from 21 countries. After stringent reviewing, 22 papers were accepted for publication and appear in these proceedings. As with previous workshops in the series, we chose to emphasize what we perceive asimportantnewthemesinagentresearch. Thisyear sthemeswerebothassociatedwith the fact that the technology of intelligent agents and multi-agent systems is beginning to migrate from research labs to software engineering centers. As agents are deployed in applications such as electronic commerce, and start to take over responsibilities for their human users, techniques for controlling their autonomy become crucial. As well, the availability of tools that facilitate the design and implementation of agent systems becomes an important factor in how rapidly the technology will achieve widespread use.

Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Agent Technology, and Collaborative Applications

Mehdi Yousfi-Monod University of Montpellier, France Violaine Prince University
of Montpellier, France ABSTRACT The work described in this chapter tackles
learning and communication between cognitive artificial agents and trying to
meet ...

Author : Sugumaran, Vijayan

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"This book is a catalyst for emerging research in intelligent information, specifically artificial intelligent technologies and applications to assist in improving productivity in many roles such as assistants to human operators and autonomous decision-making components of complex systems"--Provided by publisher.

Intelligent Virtual Agents

Intelligent Agents Who Wear Your Face: Users' Reactions to the Virtual Self
Jeremy N. Bailenson, Andrew C. Beall, Jim Blascovich, Mike Raimundo, and Max
Weisbuch Research Center for Virtual Environments and Behavior, Department
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Author : Angelica de Antonio

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Predicting the future is a risky game, and can often leave egg on one’s face. However when the organizers of the Intelligent Virtual Environments workshop at the European Conference on AI predicted that the field of Intelligent Virtual Agents would grow and mature rapidly, they were not wrong. From this small workshop spawned the successful one on Intelligent Virtual Agents, held in Manchester in 1999. This volume comprises the proceedings of the much larger third workshop held in Madrid, September 10 11, 2001, which successfully achieved the aim of taking a more international focus, bringing together researchers from all over the world. We received 35 submissions from 18 different countries in America, Asia, and Africa. The 16 papers presented at the conference and published here show the high quality of the work that is currently being done in this field. In addition, five contributions were selected as short papers, which were presented as posters at the workshop. This proceedings volume also includes the two prestigious papers presented at the workshop by our keynote speakers: Daniel Thalmann, Professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne and Director of the Computer Graphics Lab., who talked about The Foundations to Build a Virtual Human Society. Jeff Rickel, Project Leader at the Information Sciences Institute and a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Southern California, who debated about Intelligent Virtual Agents for Education and Training: Opportunities and Challenges.

Intelligent Virtual Agents

Modelling. Social. Power. Intelligent. Agents. Gonçalo Pereira, Rui Prada, and
Pedro A. Santos INESC-ID and Instituto Superior Técnico and Technical
University of Lisbon Avenida Professor Cavaco Silva, Porto Salvo, Portugal ...

Author : Ruth Aylett

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, IVA 2013, held in Edinburgh, UK, in August 2013. There was a total of 94 submissions. The 18 full and 18 short papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. In addition, the volume lists the 34 posters which were on display during the conference. The papers are organized in topical sections named: cognitive models; applications; dialogue, language, speech; non-verbal behaviour; and social, cultural models and agents.

Intelligent Agents and Their Applications

Internet agent-based systems (IAS) is an integration of distributed computing and
artificial intelligence. We will introduce the principles of IAS where distributed
computing techniques are used to construct the "bodies" of IAS while artificial ...

Author : L. C. Jain

Release : 2002-03-25

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Intelligent agents are one of the most promising business tools in our information rich world. An intelligent agent consists of a software system capable of performing intelligent tasks within a dynamic and unpredictable environment. They can be characterised by various attributes including: autonomous, adaptive, collaborative, communicative, mobile, and reactive. Many problems are not well defined and the information needed to make decisions is not available. These problems are not easy to solve using conventional computing approaches. Here, the intelligent agent paradigm may play a major role in helping to solve these problems. This book, written for application researchers, covers a broad selection of research results that demonstrate, in an authoritative and clear manner, the applications of agents within our information society.

Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Systems

5th Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA 2002, Tokyo,
Japan, August 18-19, 2002. ... 1 Introduction In contrast to traditional Artificial
Intelligence (AI) which models the intelligent behaviour of a single agent, the ...

Author : Kazuhiro Kuwabara

Release : 2002-08-05

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Autonomous agents and multi-agent systems are computational systems in which several (semi-)autonomous agents interact with each other or work together to perform some set of tasks or satisfy some set of goals. These systems may involve computational agents that are homogeneous or heterogeneous, they may involve activities on the part of agents having common or distinct goals, and they may involve participation on the part of humans and intelligent agents. This volume contains selected papers from PRIMA 2002, the 5th Paci?c Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, held in Tokyo, Japan, on August 18–19, 2002 in conjunction with the 7th Paci?c Rim International Conference on Arti?cial Intelligence (PRICAI-02). PRIMA is a series of workshops on - tonomous agents and multi-agent systems, integrating activities in the Asian and Paci?c Rim countries. PRIMA 2002 built on the great success of its pre- cessors, PRIMA’98 in Singapore, PRIMA’99 in Kyoto, Japan, PRIMA 2000 in Melbourne, Australia, and PRIMA 2001 in Taipei, Taiwan. We received 35 submissions to this workshop from 10 countries. Each paper was reviewed by three internationally renowned program committee members. After careful reviews, 15 papers were selected for this volume. We would like to thank all the authors who submitted papers to the workshop. We would also like to thank all the program committee members for their splendid work in reviewing the papers. Finally, we thank the editorial sta? of Springer-Verlag for publishing this volume in the Lecture Notes in Arti?cial Intelligence.

Intelligent Agents for Data Mining and Information Retrieval

The book consists of 18 chapters covering research areas such as: new
methodologies for searching distributed text databases; computational
intelligence techniques and intelligent agents for web data mining; multi-agent
collaborative ...

Author : Masoud Mohammadian

Release : 2004-01-01

Publisher : IGI Global

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There is a large increase in the amount of information available on World Wide Web and also in number of online databases. This information abundance increases the complexity of locating relevant information. Such a complexity drives the need for improved and intelligent systems for search and information retrieval. Intelligent Agents are currently used to improve the search and retrieval information on World Wide Web. The use of existing search and retrieval engines with the addition of intelligent agents allows a more comprehensive search with a performance that can be measured. Intelligent Agents for Mining and Information Retrieval discusses the foundation as well as the pratical side of intelligent agents and their theory and applications for web data mining and information retrieval. The book can used for researchers at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels as well as a reference of the state-of-art for cutting edge researchers.

The Design of Intelligent Agents

... important of which are symbolic Artificial Intelligence (AI), control theory, and
Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI) (see also Chapter 2 for a detailed
discussion of the background). Agents are autonomous or semi-autonomous
hardware or ...

Author : Jorg P. Muller

Release : 1996-11-27

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This monograph presents a comprehensive state-of-the-art survey on approaches to the design of intelligent agents. On the theoretical side, the author identifies a set of general requirements for autonomous interacting agents and provides an essential step towards understanding the principles of intelligent agents. On the practical side, the novel agent architecture InteRRaP is introduced: the detailed description and evaluation of this architecture is an ideal guideline and case study for software engineers or researchers faced with the task of building an agent system. The book uniquely bridges the gap between theory and practice; it addresses active and novice researchers as well as practitioners interested in applicable agent technology.