AgentLink Publications Clearinghouse
Agentlink Clearinghouse is powered by GNU EPrints developed by the School of Electronics and Computer Science of the University of Southampton.

The AgentLink Publications Clearinghouse is intended as a single central resource for agent-related publications. These include pre-prints or reprints of agent-related research material, especially journal and conference papers. Materials will be indexed using the AgentLink research classification, with the goal of allowing users rapid, easy access to relevant materials. The Clearinghouse is open to anyone to submit publications so, if you want your publications to be widely accessible to the agent community, this is the place to store them.

Quick Search

Submitting a record

Submitting a document is easy, taking only four steps:

  1. Register as a user (the first time only).
  2. Go to your user area.
  3. Go through the submission process.
  4. Submit!

When you register with the AgentLink Publications Clearinghouse, you will need to select a username and password, which you can then use to enter details of your publications. In addition, you will be able to access your user area, where you can submit documents, and manage various administrative options for your account, including setting up a subscription service to the archive to inform you of recent additions across selected areas of agent technology.

After your document has been submitted, an AgentLink editor will check your submission before it is publicly available in the Clearinghouse. When approved by the editor, the document will be published and accessible for browsing or searching by any visitor to the AgentLink site.

Access to Data

The latest additions are available via RSS 1.0.

The metadata from this archive is available for harvesting using OAI-PMH 2.0: The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting.


AgentLink is the European Commission's IST-funded Coordination Action for Agent-Based Computing
and is coordinated by the
University of Liverpool and University of Southampton
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