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  • An automatic multi-agent web image and associated keywords retrieval system 

    Papadakis, N.; Ntalianis, K.; Doulamis, A.; Stamoulis, G. (2009)
    Web-based image search engines and CBIR techniques are blind to the actual content. As a result querying for a specific object is often cluttered with irrelevant data, leading to low precision. Furthermore recall rates are ...
  • How can agents know what to assume when? 

    Giannikis, G. K.; Daskalopulu, A. (2008)
    The work in this paper is motivated from the need for assumption-based reasoning in normative systems, where, realistically, agents will have incomplete knowledge about their environment, and about other agents. The question ...
  • The representation of e-contracts as default theories 

    Giannikis, G. K.; Daskalopulu, A. (2007)
    It is widely acknowledged that a temporal representation of e-contracts is essential in order to support e-contract execution and performance monitoring. One possibility that has been explored by many researchers is to ...
  • The role of assumption identification in autonomous agent reasoning 

    Giannikis, G. K.; Daskalopulu, A. (2009)
    The concept of autonomy is central to the notion of agenthood and has been addressed by many researchers in the multi-agent systems community. We argue that the degree to which an agent's reasoning is autonomous is affected ...
  • A role-based infrastructure for customised agent system development in supply networks 

    Hämmerle, A.; Karageorgos, A.; Pirker, M.; Reitbauer, A.; Weichhart, G. (2004)
    This paper presents a methodology for generic role identification and role reuse together with an infrastructure enabling rapid development of role-based multi-agent system (MAS) applications. The infrastructure includes ...
  • Self-organization in multi-agent systems 

    Di Marzo Serugendo, G.; Gleizes, M. P.; Karageorgos, A. (2005)
    This paper is the synthesis of joint work realised in a technical forum group within the AgentLink III NoE framework, which elaborated on issues concerning self-organization and emergence in multi-agent systems (MAS). The ...
  • Towards dynamic and cooperative multi-device personal computing 

    Lalis, S.; Savidis, A.; Karypidis, A.; Gutknecht, J.; Stephanides, C. (2007)
    In the 2WEAR project we have explored the paradigm of cooperative multi-device personal computing, where different wearable, portable and infrastructure elements communicate with each other in an ad-hoc fashion. The physical ...