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- Software agents
- Agent-based systems
- Agent-based Applications
- Agent system architecture (engineering point of view)
- Agent system infrastructure (engineering point of view)
- Agent communication and knowledge
- Agent ontologies, computing and policy management
- Agent-oriented software engineering
"This course is intended to provide an overview software agents and agent-based systems. Agent-based systems are software products that not only do things as specified but also have knowledge to do their job and can do it in a cooperative, coordinative and competitive way. The focus is made on agent system architecture and infrastructure from a software engineering point of view, including requirements, modeling and development process for agent-based systems. Topics such as agent architecture, communication and knowledge sharing, ontologies, computing and policy management are discussed. A perspective on a methodology for agent-oriented software engineering and standards are also presented."
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
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76.758........... Software engineering
Mechanical engineering and machinery