Kay Schröter

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OBJECTIVE To develop a technique for recognizing critical situations based on laboratory results in settings in which a normal range cannot be defined, because what is "normal" differs widely from patient to patient. To assess the potential of this approach for kidney transplant recipients, where recognition of acute rejections is based on the pattern of(More)
The basic concepts in agent negotiation are negotiation object, negotiation protocol and reasoning process. While aiming to transfer sociological concepts into multi-agent systems, where agents coordinate themselves by negotiation, we recognized the need for a more detailed structure. Therefore we developed C-IPS, which is presented in this article. It(More)
We introduce an integrated approach to the conceptualisation, implementation and evaluation of a MAS (multi-agent system) which is based on sociological concepts of practical roles and organisational coordination via negotiations. We propose a middle level of scale, located between interaction and the overall organisational structure, as the starting point(More)
Our C-IPS approach to negotiating agents considers the choice of negotiation issues, partners and steps as separate restricted decision processes. Here we focus on specification of dynamic interdependencies between these decisions and illustrate this by modeling sequential dependencies for an idealized scenario. The explicit modeling of all involved(More)