Proceedings of the First International Conference on Multiagent Systems
Edited by Victor Lesser
489 pp., references, index, illus., $85.00 softcover
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The First International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems is a joint effort of the North American distributed artificial intelligence (DAI) community, the Japanese multiagent and cooperative computing (MACC) community, and the European modeling autonomous agents in a multi-agent world (MAAMAW) community. This conference was initiated as a result of the growing recognition of the importance of multi-agent systems and architectures to fundamental issues in computer science and to the development of commercial network applications.