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  • LEAP Lightweight Extensible Agent Platform 10/24/00 Who points to it? 21 - LEAP is a Europen project that will develop an agent platform that is: lightweight, executable on small devices such as PDAs and phones; extensible, in size and functionality; operating system agnostic; mobile team managementapplication enabling, supporting WAP and TCP/IP; FIPAcompliant.

  • TEAMCORE (ISI) 2/13/00 Who points to it? 15 - ISI's project focused on "Rapidly Building Dynamic, Robust Teamsfrom Distributed, Heterogeneous Agents" headed by Milind Tambe.

  • Norms and institution in MAS 5/17/00 Who points to it? 14 - Papers for the Agents'2000 workshop on Norms and institution in Multiagent systems are available online.

  • Collective Intelligence 6/16/00 Who points to it? 16 - David Woper and Kagfan Tumer at NASA's Ames research center have been studyinghow to develop a ``COllectiveINtelligence'' (COIN) -- a large multi-agent system where: there is no centralized control or communication among agents, there is a well-specified global objective butagents are ``selfish'' in that they act to try to optimize their own utilities, without explicit regard to cooperation with other agents.

  • dynamics of multiagent systems 6/21/00 Who points to it? 19 - A set of pages highlighting work at Xerox Parc by the Internet Ecologies group (Huberman, Hogg, et al).

  • FIPA RFI for a standard for Agent behaviour policies 2/25/01 Who points to it? 13 - FIPA Policies and Domains, Request For Information (RFI) -- Developers andusers of multi-agent systems often wish to place strong constraints on thebehavior of agents within agent environments. This especially means beingable to apply and enforce these constraints and policies across distributedagents and systems.FIPA has issued an RFI to obtain information, which will establish aspecification document in the area of policies and domains. The documentwill form a logical extension to the FIPA Abstract Architecturespecification

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