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  • DAI-list 12/2/99 Who points to it? 12

  • AgentList 12/2/99 Who points to it? 13 - The Software Agents Mailing List is devoted to the issues of software agents, personal digital assistants, software robots, knowbots, intelligent interface agents, etc. The term agent is ill-defined and because of this the scope of this mailing list will also be somewhat ill-defined. However, it should be restricted to software agents as opposed to hardware (robots) and human agents (your travel agent). (Although the interface from software agents to other agents is fair game.) The list was begun in 1994 by Ray Johnson, then at the Lockheed Palo Alto AI Center and now at Sun. In the Fall of 1996 it moved to UMBC.

  • Mobility Mailing List 12/8/99 Who points to it? 12 - he Mobility Mailing list has been set up to discuss all things pertaining to mobile code, objects, agents and the like.

  • Collaborative Filtering Mailing 12/8/99 Who points to it? 12

  • Mailing lists 1/1/00 Who points to it? 12 - The mailing lists kqml and kqml-digest. are for general discussions involving the conceptual design and useof KQML. The list kqml-admin-msgs is for discussion of standard administrative mesages and associatedprotocols.

  • Computists International 12/19/99 Who points to it? 0 - Computists International is a professional association for artificial intelligence,information science, and computer science researchers. Several concise emailnewsletters are available to members each week, covering AI research funding,software industry trends, leading-edge technologies, job opportunities, researchsoftware announcements, and other useful news. Members get the Computists'Weekly -- formerly the Computists' Communique (TCC) -- plus any or all of ourother weekly digests.

  • MAGMA: the Virtual MAAMAW Blackboard 1/2/00 Who points to it? 11 - In conjunction with the European Workshops on "Modeling an Autonomous Agent in a Multi-Agent World", it has been decided to create apermanent mailing-list (The MAAMAW blackboard). This mailing-list is to be dedicated to the field of Multi-Agent Systems, includingmulti-agents paradigms, their development, their application, and their evaluation. The purpose of this blackboard, just like the MAAMAWWorkshops, is to stimulate exchange and discussion of research in the multi-agent area.

  • ACE News Notes 1/23/00 Who points to it? 11 - "ACE news notes are anticipated about once every two months during the regular academic year(September-May) but may be distributed more or less often as warranted by the amount of news. Pleasecontact Leigh Tesfatsion ( if you wish to be added or removed from this news list, or if youhave any news items you wish to have included in the next ACE news notes."

  • simsoc mailing lsit 2/13/00 Who points to it? 14 - Simsoc distributes news about conferences, workshops, and other information related to research on artificial societies and social simulation. To join this free list, send a message to only the message: join simsoc First_Name Family_Name (substituting your own name).

  • Jargon FIle 2/20/00 Who points to it? 16 - Deep background.

  • Semantic Web mailing list 10/26/00 Who points to it? 20 - This list is for detailed technical discussions of all approaches to the use of classical logic on the Webfor the representation of data such as inference rules, ontologies, and complex schemata. The list also serves as a mechanism to provide input into W3C's Semantic Web and RDF activities. Subscribe via

  • News in Brain and Behavioral Sciences 2/24/01 Who points to it? 15 - NiBBS is a mailing list of news and informatyion about brain and behavioural scice.

  • FIPA agent standards mailing lists 2/25/01 Who points to it? 29 - Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents (FIPA) maintains a set of mailing lists, most of which are open to anyone. Mailing listst include those devoted to general discussion, agent architectures, agents in wireless environments, the agentCIties application testbed, and manufacturing applications.

  • Models for mobility mailing list 6/17/01 Who points to it? 17 - Moca (Mobile calculi) is a moderated mailing list on models for mobility.

  • dynnet 9/25/01 Who points to it? 23 - Dynet is a yahoo groups mailing list which aims to exchange ideas, papers and news about the modelling of the evolution and the dynamics of networks (social, Web and so on)

  • 10/5/01 Who points to it? 16 - is a W3C mailing list for the discussion of queries and rules for RDF data.

  • SearchTools-Dev Mailing List 4/19/02 Who points to it? 12 - The Search Tools web site editor Avi Rappoport has a mailing list forsearch engine developers. Topics include open source code options,robot spidering and web crawling, index compression, file formatconversion, metadata indexing and searching, Boolean and Intranetsearch operators, index speed and size, stopwords, relevance rankingalgorithms, stemming, categorised search results, search form andresults page user interfaces, search log analysis, security,peer-to-peer search. (

  • J2EE multiagent systems mailing list 1/15/03 Who points to it? 23 - Weta-j2eeAgents is a mailing list for discussion of J2EE based agent software.

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