Person: Berger, M.
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Number of items: 7.

Berger, M. and Bauer, B. and Watzke, M. (2001) A Scalable Agent Infrastructure. In: Proceedings 2nd Workshop on Infrastructure for Agents, MAS, and Scalable MAS. , Boston.

Bauer, B. and Berger, M. (2000) Agent-Based Personal Travel Assistance. In: Proceedings of International ICSC Symposium on Multi-Agents and Mobile Agents in Virtual Organizations and E-Commerce (MAMA 2000). , Wollongong, Australia.

Berger, M. and Bauer, B. (2001) LEAP : A scalable Agent Platform enabling next generation Distributed Information Systems. In: Verteilte Informationssysteme auf der Grundlage von Objekten, Komponenten und Agenten (VertIS 2001), 4-5 Oct 2001, Bamberg, Germany.

Seitz, C. and Berger, M. and Bauer, B. (2004) MoPiDiG. In: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Mobile Peer-to-Peer Computing. , Orlando, Florida, USA.

Seitz, C. and Bauer, B. and Berger, M. (2002) Multi Agent Systems Using Constraint Handling Rules for Problem Solving. In: Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IC-AI029). , Las Vegas, USA.

Müller, J.P. and Bauer, B. and Berger, M. (2002) Software agents in electronic business: opportunities and challenges. In: Multi-Agent Systems and Application II, Selected Revised Papers: 9th ECCAI-ACAI/EASSS 2001, AEMAS 2001, HoloMAS 2001, LNAI 2322. Springer Verlag.

Berger, M. and Bauer, B. and Watzke, M. (2001) Towards an Agent based Infrastructure for Distributed Virtual Organizations. In: Proceeding 3rd International WetICE Workshop on Web-Based Infrastructure and Coordination - Architectures for Collaborative Enterprises. MIT, Cambridge, USA.

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