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- Towards ontological reconciliation for agents
- Sterling, Leon; Lister, Kendall
- This paper addresses issues faced by agents operating in large-scale multi-cultural environments. We argue for systems that are tolerant of heterogeneity. The discussion is illustrated with a running example of researching and comparing university web sites, which is a realistic scenario representative of many current knowledge management tasks that would benefit from agent assistance. We discuss efforts of the Intelligent Agent Laboratory toward designing such tolerant systems, giving a detailed presentation of the results of several implementations.
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- Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, Dallas, United States, 7-9 November 2001, pp. 3-10
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- Database systems; Fault tolerant computer systems; HTML; Information management; Intelligent agents; Knowledge management; Ontological reconciliation; Semiotics; Websites
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