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I-X: Task Support on the Semantic Web
The coordination of resource and activity to achieve some common objective is a key task within modern virtual organisations. The SemanticWeb initiative promises to increase the number of knowledge and information resources ...
Semantic Based Support for Visualisation in Complex Collaborative Planning Environments
Visualisation in intelligent planning systems [Ghallab et al., 2004] is a subject that has not been given much attention by researchers. Among the existing planning systems, some well known planners do not propose a solution ...
Corealisation: A Radical Respecification of the Working Division of Labour in Systems Development
This thesis develops and assesses an alternative approach to developing IT systems in complex organisational settings, aiming to equip IT professionals with an orientation to design that allows them to create uniquely ...
Advanced Knowledge Technologies at the Midterm: Tools and Methods for the Semantic Web
(Advanced Knowledge Technologies, 2004)
In a celebrated essay on the new electronic media, Marshall McLuhan wrote in 1962:
Using I-X Process Panels as Intelligent To-Do Lists for Agent Coordination in Emergency Response
(International Journal of Intelligent Control Systems (IJICS), 2006-12)
The aim of this paper is to describe the I-X system with its principal user interface, the I-X Process Panel, its underlying ontology, <I-N-C-A>, and how this panel can be used as an intelligent to-do list that assists ...
Integrating Collaboration and Activity-Oriented Planning for Coalition Operations Support
The use of planning assistant agents is an appropriate option to provide support for members of a coalition. Planning agents can extend the human abilities and be customised to attend different kinds of activities. However, ...
Using Shared Models of Activity for Coalition Task-Driven Cooperation Final Report on DARPA/AFRL
(Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, 2003-02-28)
An I-X Process Panel (I-P2) supports a user or collaborative users in selecting and carrying out "processes" and creating or modifying "process products". Both processes and process products are abstractly considered to ...
From domain to requirements
(Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2008-06)
We first present a summary of essentials of domain engineering, its motivation, and its modelling of abstractions of domains through the modelling of the intrinsics, support technologies, management and organisation, rules ...
Adaptive Modelling and Planning for Learning Intelligent Behaviour
(University of Edinburgh. College of Science and Engineering. School of Informatics., 2006-12)
An intelligent agent must be capable of using its past experience to develop an understanding of how its actions affect the world in which it is situated. Given some objective, the agent must be able to effectively use ...
Evolutionary Reinforcement Learning of Spoken Dialogue Strategies
From a system developer's perspective, designing a spoken dialogue system can be a time-consuming and difficult process. A developer may spend a lot of time anticipating how a potential user might interact with the system ...