Фрагмент программы конференции

Фрагмент программы конференции
KIMAS '05:

18 - 21 April 2005

Waltham, Massachusetts

ThM     From Search Engines to Question-answering Systems -- the Problems of World Knowledge,
                  Relevance and Deduction

Lotfi Zadeh, University of California Berkeley, CA

        9:30  - 9:50      Coffee Break

        9:50  - 11:50     Technical Sessions

ThM1 Session.     Theoretical Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems

Chairs:    Hui-Min Huang, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

              Anatoly Shalyto, St. Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechancis
              and Optics, Russia

        ThM1.1     Multi-Page List Extraction:  An Agent-Oriented Approach to User-Driven Information Extraction

Anders Arpteg, University of Kalmar, Sweden

        ThM1.2     Implementation of Some Classical Fundamental Algorithms Based on Actor-Oriented Data
                        Structures and Actors in the Easel Programming Language

Vojislav Stojkovic, Grace Steele, Christel Hyousseu

Morgan State University, USA

        ThM1.3     Using Cram.r-Rao Theory for Multiple Agents

Robert Linnehan, Air Force Research Laboratory-Hanscom AFB, USA

David Brady, Northeastern University, USA

John Schindler, Anteon Corporation, USA

Leonid Perlovsky, Muralidhar Rangaswamy, Air Force Research Laboratory-Hanscom AFB, USA

        ThM1.4     Automata-Based Programming of the Reactive Multi-Agent Control Systems

Boris Yartsev, George Korneev, Anatoly Shalyto, Vladimir Kotov

St. Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics, and Optics, Russia

        ThM1.5     A Multiagent Systems Approach for Managing Supply-Chain  Problems: A Learning Perspective

Rui Carvalho, Lu.s Cust.dio

Instituto Superior T.cnico . Instituto de Sistemas e Rob.tica, Portugal

        ThM1.6     Methods of Object-Oriented Reactive Agents Implementation on the Basis of Finite Automata

Anatoly Shalyto, Lev Naumov, George Korneev

St. Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Russia