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Practical and theoretical innovations in multi-agent systems research

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 February 2003

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

1 Introduction

UKMAS has now been running for six years, in 1996 and 1997 under the heading of FoMAS (Foundations of Multi-Agent Systems) both organised by Michael Luck at Warwick University and then subsequently in its current incarnation, UKMAS, first by Michael Fisher at Manchester Metropolitan University then by Chris Preist at Hewlett Packard Laboratories, Bristol and finally by Mark d'Inverno at St Catherine's College, Oxford in 2000. After the success of the workshop last year at St Catherine's in providing an excellent opportunity for academics and industrialists to come together to discuss current work and directions in the multi-agent systems field, it was decided by the steering committee to use St Catherine's once again as the venue for UKMAS 2001. The workshop was sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and by AgentLink, the European Commission's IST-funded Network of Excellence for Agent-Based Computing.

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