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A collaborative multi-agent based conference planner application using Web and grid services

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Tariq, A. ; NUST, Inst. of Inf. Technol., Rawalpindi ; Basharat, A. ; Ali, A. ; Ahmad, H.F.
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Distributed collaborative computing services have taken over centralized computing platforms allowing the development of distributed collaborative user applications. These applications enable people and computers to work together more productively. Multi-agent system (MAS) has emerged as a distributed collaborative environment which allows a number of agents to cooperate and interact with each other in a complex environment. We want to place our agents in problems whose solutions require the collation and fusion of information, knowledge or data from distributed and autonomous information sources. In this paper we present the design and implementation of an agent based conference planner application that uses collaborative effort of agents which function continuously and autonomously in a particular environment. The application also enables the collaborative use of services deployed geographically wide in different technologies i.e. software agents, grid computing and Web service. The premise of the application is that it allows autonomous agents interacting with Web and grid services to plan a conference as a proxy to their owners (humans)

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Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing, 2005 International Conference on

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