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 Agent-based Systems - Resources (Sverker Janson, Swedish Institute of Computer Science )
 Agent Society
  Intelligent, and frequently autonomous and mobile, computer code known as agents represent the next great wave of innovation and development across the Infosphere comprised of the Internet, Intranets, Extranets, World Wide Web, and countless other networked computer systems. This arena has increasingly become very active, rapidly evolving, and expanding in scope and importance. The technology is expected to eventually have an effect as profound as the World Wide Web. The Agent Society is a new international industry and professional organization established to assist in the widespread development and emergence of intelligent agent technologies and markets. It's members consist of leading companies and institutions in the agent field, working together under a non-profit organization aegis.
 Agent Sourcebook (Alper K. Caglayan and Colin G. Harrison)
  Using real-life business examples, the authors: weigh the costs and benefits of software agents; explain how to integrate agents into existing software; describe how to use agents on the Internet; provide a framework for developing your own agents; assess virtually all commercially available agent products; and alert you to security issues.
 Agents - Web Links (Birmingham University, UK)
 Artificial Intelligence Subject Index - Agents (National Research Council, Canada)
 Bots and Intelligent Agents (Ariel Dolan)
 BotSpot (tm) : The Spot for all Bots & Intelligent Agents (internet.com)
 Compinfo Directory: Artificial Intelligence
 Dynamics of Multiagent Systems (Xerox Palo Alto Research Center )
  Multiagent systems arise in human societies, biological ecosystems, the immune system and distributed computation. While very different in detail they all face the issue of producing complex global behavior through the local interactions of their constituent parts. This is particularly problematic since the individual parts have only a limited view of the system as a whole.
 Intelligent Agents WWW sites (Gary Spiers, Lancaster University)
 Intelligent Software Agents (University of Maryland Baltimore County)
  Information and resources about intelligent information agents, intentional agents, software agents, softbots, knowbots, infobots, etc.
 Security in agent-based systems (Massively Distributed Systems Group, IBM)
  Agent-based systems require new thinking, to avoid both security holes and unexpected global effects. When agent-based systems are combined with electronic commerce, the need for all aspects of security is particularly strong.

 

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