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Multi-agent systems research into the 21st century

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 February 2002

MARK D'INVERNO
Affiliation:
Cavendish School of Computer Science, University of Westminster, UK
MICHAEL LUCK
Affiliation:
Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK

Abstract

There is little doubt that the strength and breadth of UK research into multi-agent systems continues to grow as we move into the new millennium. In the middle of an extremely cold December in 2000, the Third UK Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems (UKMAS 2001) was held at St Catherine's College, Oxford. This was the fifth such meeting in as many years, generously sponsored by EPSRC, FIPA (The Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents) and Hewlett Packard.

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