Knowledge Engineering and Agent Technology
The use of Knowledge Engineering and Agent Technology (KEAT) for application development is now recognized as an alternative to conventional software techniques in many application domains. From the background of the IFIP IT&KNOWS conference held in late 1998, this volume aims to discuss the role and the perspectives of domain models and corresponding reasoning processes in the different application fields under a common perspective to create conceptual bases and methods to develop and to improve the use of this type of approach in the context of information technology.
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OntologyOriented Design and Programming
The Use of Ontologies for Knowledge Acquisition
Using Knowledge Modelling Tools for AgentBased Systems
Multiagent Blackboard Based Architecture for RealTime KnowledgeBased Systems
Principles of ComponentBased MultiAgent Systems Design
An AEIO Toolbox to Design and Build MultiAgent Systems
Expressive Description Logics for AgentBased Information Retrieval
ABox abstraction actions AEIO agent communication agent model agent-based APECKS application approach architecture Artificial Intelligence axioms behaviour blackboard capabilities clarification support agent CommonKADS composition Computer concept term constraints Cuena defined described description logic diagnosis task diagnostic support agent domain knowledge domain ontologies environment evaluation example execution Expert Systems Figure function goal hierarchy hypothesis implementation individual inference information retrieval input instance retrieval intelligent systems interaction interface International Knowledge Acquisition knowledge areas knowledge bases Knowledge Engineering knowledge model knowledge representation knowledge structures knowledge-based systems language methodology modules multi-agent system Musen namespace objects Ontolingua operational organisation particular primitive problem problem-solving methods process analysis process clarification protocol query reasoning refinement relations reusable reuse role selection Semantic Web semantics solving methods specialist specific subtasks task model TBox techniques temporal toolbox transaction Treur types