Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Multiagent Systems
Edited by Mario Tokoro
486 pp., references, index, illus., $75.00 softcover
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Multi-agent systems research is critical to developing innovative concepts for understanding large-scale, open computational systems, and for providing the practical technologies and strategies for implementing and dynamically organizing them. Fundamental concepts, theories, and practices of multi-agent systems focusing on the development and performance of problem solving, communication, and coordination are our common concern. Topics in this proceedings cover coordination, distributed planning, implementing multi-agent systems, market-oriented approaches, multiagent applications, multiagent learning, multiagent search, mutual knowledge, negotiation, organizational aspects, real-world agents, situated agents, sociability, and teams of agents.