Imperial College London


Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Computing

Professor of Logic for Multiagent Systems



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BibTex format

author = {D'Inverno, M and Luck, M and Boutilier, C and Sierra, C and Chong, S and Liu, K and Bazzan, A and Bordini, R and Andrioti, G and Vicari, R and Wahle, J and Beer, M and Anderson, I and Huang, W and Fisher, M and Ghidini, C and Schut, M and Wooldridge, M and Fatima, S and Dixon, C and Fisher, M and Bolotov, A and De, Vries W and Van, der Hoek W and Meyer, JJ and De, Boer F and Norman, T and Reed, C and Preist, C and Bartolini, C and Phillips, I and Poslad, S and Buckle, P and Hadingham, R and Bigham, J and Tokarchuk, L and Cuthbert, L and Ashri, R and Wooldridge, M and Lomuscio, A and Clark, K and Robinson, P and Doran, J and Rana, O and Moreau, L and Hustadt, U and Dixon, C and Schmidt, R and Fisher, M and Meyer, JJ and Van, der Hoek W},
doi = {10.1017/S0269888901000169},
journal = {Knowledge Engineering Review},
pages = {271--275},
title = {Multi-agent systems research into the 21st century},
url = {},
volume = {16},
year = {2001}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

AB - The proceedings of the third UK Workshop on Multi-Agent systems (UKMAS 2001) held at St Catherine's College, Oxford were discussed. A method for solving sequential multi-agent decision problems by allowing agents to reason explicitly about specific coordination mechanisms was proposed. An adaptive organizational policy known as task and resource allocation in computational economy (TRACE), incorporating task and resource allocation for multi-agent systems that operate under time constraints and load variations was also proposed. An object-oriented extension of the multi-threaded Qu-Prolog language developed at Imperial College was also presented.
AU - D'Inverno,M
AU - Luck,M
AU - Boutilier,C
AU - Sierra,C
AU - Chong,S
AU - Liu,K
AU - Bazzan,A
AU - Bordini,R
AU - Andrioti,G
AU - Vicari,R
AU - Wahle,J
AU - Beer,M
AU - Anderson,I
AU - Huang,W
AU - Fisher,M
AU - Ghidini,C
AU - Schut,M
AU - Wooldridge,M
AU - Fatima,S
AU - Dixon,C
AU - Fisher,M
AU - Bolotov,A
AU - De,Vries W
AU - Van,der Hoek W
AU - Meyer,JJ
AU - De,Boer F
AU - Norman,T
AU - Reed,C
AU - Preist,C
AU - Bartolini,C
AU - Phillips,I
AU - Poslad,S
AU - Buckle,P
AU - Hadingham,R
AU - Bigham,J
AU - Tokarchuk,L
AU - Cuthbert,L
AU - Ashri,R
AU - Wooldridge,M
AU - Lomuscio,A
AU - Clark,K
AU - Robinson,P
AU - Doran,J
AU - Rana,O
AU - Moreau,L
AU - Hustadt,U
AU - Dixon,C
AU - Schmidt,R
AU - Fisher,M
AU - Meyer,JJ
AU - Van,der Hoek W
DO - 10.1017/S0269888901000169
EP - 275
PY - 2001///
SN - 0269-8889
SP - 271
TI - Multi-agent systems research into the 21st century
T2 - Knowledge Engineering Review
UR -
VL - 16
ER -