CM 2000@AAI

Special Issue “Coordination Models and Languages in AI”
Applied Artificial Intelligence, 15/08/2000–15/04/2001

This Special Issue is an outcome of the Special T rack on Coordination Model, Languages and Applications of the ACM 2000 Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC, 2000). This year, 52 high-quality papers were sub- mitted to the Special Track, resulting in 17 accepted papers (plus two short papers). Among the accepted ones, four papers were further selected for the project Coordination Models and Languages in AI. These papers were extended and reviewed according to the results of the track discussion, the reviewersÏ remarks, and the guest editorsÏ recommendations, and were Ðnally included in this Special Issue.

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page_white_acrobatA Coordination Language for Collective Agent-based Systems: GroupLog (article in journal, 2001) — Fernanda Barbosa, José C. Cunha
page_white_acrobatSpecial Issue “Coordination Models and Languages in AI” (special issue, 2001) — Andrea Omicini, George A. Papadopoulos
page_white_acrobatEditorial: Why Coordination Models and Languages in AI? (editorial/introduction/preface, 2001) — Andrea Omicini, George A. Papadopoulos
page_white_acrobatSafe Tuplespace-based Coordination in Multiagent Systems (article in journal, 2001) — Naftaly H. Minsky, Victoria Ungureanu, Yaron M. Minsky
page_white_acrobatControl-driven Constraint Propagation (article in journal, 2001) — Eric Monfroy
page_white_acrobatXML Dataspaces for the Coordination of Internet Agents (article in journal, 2001) — Giacomo Cabri, Letizia Leonardi, Franco Zambonelli