Subject: DA13 Intelligent home & office
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Number of items: 9.

[Project] Payne, Terry and David, Esther and Jennings, Nick (2005) BluScreen - Agent-based Billboard Advertising within a Pervasive Environment.

Thompson, S.G. and Azvine, B. (2004) Pervasive ICT needs Pervasive Artificial Intelligence. BT Technology Journal, 22 (3). 39 -50. ISSN 1358-3948

Gershenson, C and Heylighen, F (2004) Protocol Requirements for Self-organizing Artifacts: Towards an Ambient Intelligence. Proceedings of International Conference on Complex Systems ICCS2004.

Davidsson, P. and Wernstedt, F. (2004) Embedded agents for district heating management. In: The Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Mutli-Agent Systems. .

Bergamaschi, S. and Gelati, G. and Guerra, F. and Vincini, M. (2003) WINK: a Web-based Enterprise System for Collaborative Project Management in Virtual Enterprises. In: 4th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE), 10-12 Dec 2003, Rome, Italy.

[Project] Myrhauh, H.I (2002) AmbieSense.

Podgorelec, V. and Kokol, P. and Sprogar, M. and Zorman, M. (2000) Automatic intelligent medical systems construction by multiple autonomous agents. In: Proceedings of the second ICSC symposium on engineering of intelligent systems, June 27-30, 2000, University of Paisley, Scotland, U.K..

Vuurpijl, L. and Schomaker, L. (1998) Multi-agent architectures for the classification of handwritten text. In: Proceedings IWFHR98. , Taejon, Korea, pp. 335-346.

Mehandjiev, N. and Bottaci, L. and Phillips, R. (1996) User control over coordination mechanisms in office information systems. In: Cooperative Knowledge Processing: The Key Technology for Intelligent Organizations. Springer-Verlag, London, UK.

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