Distributed intelligent systems; collective intelligence and its applications; proceedings.076952589X
Distributed intelligent systems; collective intelligence and its applications; proceedings.
Workshop on Dist. Intelligent Systems Collective Intelligence and Its Applications (2006: Prague, Czech Republic Czech Republic, Czech Česká Republika (2005 est. pop. 10,241,000), republic, 29,677 sq mi (78,864 sq km), central Europe. It is bordered by Slovakia on the east, Austria on the south, Germany on the west, and Poland on the north. ) Ed by V. Marik et al.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. Press
This proceedings volume contains 56 papers that were presented at the June 2006 IEEE Workshop on Distributed Intelligent Systems. It is divided into three main sections: collective robotics robotics, science and technology of general purpose, programmable machine systems. Contrary to the popular fiction image of robots as ambulatory machines of human appearance capable of performing almost any task, most robotic systems are anchored to fixed positions and human/robot interaction; industry applications of distributed and agent-based systems; and knowledge systems for coalition operations. Papers from two special sessions dealing with role-based collaboration Role-Based Collaboration (RBC) represents an emerging research area . RBC is an approach that can be used to integrate the theory of roles into Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) systems and other computer-based systems. and autonomic autonomic /au·to·nom·ic/ (aw?to-nom´ik) not subject to voluntary control. See under system.
1. Functionally independent; not under voluntary control. and situation- aware communication services are also reproduced here. The volume lacks a subject index.
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