Year: 1995
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Number of items: 9.


Jennings, N.R. and Jackson, A.J. (1995) Agent based meeting scheduling: A Design and Implementation. Electronics Letters, 31 (5). pp. 350-352.

Huang, J. and Jennings, N.R. and Fox, J. (1995) An Agent-based Approach to Health Care Management. Applied Artificial Intelligence: An International Journal, 9 (4). pp. 401-420.

Jennings, N. R. (1995) Controlling Cooperative Problem Solving in Industrial Multi-Agent Systems using Joint Intentions. Artificial Intelligence, 75 (2). pp. 195-240.

Wooldridge, M. and Jennings, N.R. (1995) Intelligent Agents: Theory and Practice. The Knowledge Engineering Review, 10 (2). pp. 115-152.


Aitken, J.S. and Schmalhofer, F. and Shadbolt, N. (1995) A Knowledge Level Analysis of Multi-Agent Systems. Proceedings of the ECAI workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures and Languages. .

Book Section

Luck, M. (1995) A Formal Framework for Agency and Autonomy. In: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems. AAAI Press / MIT Press, pp. 254-260.

Brazier, F. and Keplicz, B.D. and Jennings, N.R. and Treur, J. (1995) Formal Specification of Multi-Agent Systems: a Real-World Case. In: First International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS'95). , San Francisco, CA, pp. 25-32.

Huntbach, M. M. and Jennings, N. R. and Ringwood, G. A. (1995) How agents do it in Stream Logic Programming. In: First International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS'95). , San Francisco, CA, pp. 177-184.

Luck, M. and d'Inverno, M. (1995) Structuring a Z Specification to Provide a Formal Framework for Autonomous Agent Systems. In: ZUM '95: The Z Formal Specification Notation, 9th International Conference of Z Users. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 967. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 47-62.

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