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Continuing research in multi-agent systems

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 September 1999

K. Decker
Affiliation:
Computer and Information Sciences, University of Delaware, USA
M. Fisher
Affiliation:
Department of Computing, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
M. Luck
Affiliation:
Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick, UK
M. Tennenholtz
Affiliation:
Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
undefined UKMAS'98 Contributors
Affiliation:
Computer and Information Sciences, University of Delaware, USA

Abstract

The 1998 Workshop of the UK Special Interest Group on Multi-Agent Systems was held in Manchester in December, chaired and organised by Michael Fisher of Manchester Metropolitan University, continuing the series of focussed and constructive meetings in this field. After two very successful workshops on the Foundations of Multi-Agent Systems at the University of Warwick in 1996 (Luck, 1997; Doran et al., 1997; d'Inverno et al., 1997; Fisher et al., 1997) and 1997 (Luck et al., 1998; Aylett et al., 1998; Binmore et al., 1998), the scope was broadened for 1998 to a wider range of issues concerning all aspects of multi-agent systems.

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This report summarises the paper presentations at the Workshop of the UK Special Interest Group on Multi-Agent Systems (UKMAS'98). It is based on contributions from the presenters, edited by workshop and session chairs.

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