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TRAVOS: Trust and Reputation in the Context of Inaccurate Information Sources
In many dynamic open systems, agents have to interact with one another to achieve their goals. Here, agents may be self-interested, and when trusted to perform an action for another, may betray thatExpand
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Coping with inaccurate reputation sources: experimental analysis of a probabilistic trust model
This research aims to develop a model of trust and reputation that will ensure good interactions amongst software agents in large scale open systems. The following are key drivers for our model: (1)Expand
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Agent technology, Computing as Interaction: A Roadmap for Agent Based Computing
Citing this paper Please note that where the full-text provided on King's Research Portal is the Author Accepted Manuscript or Post-Print version this may differ from the final Published version. IfExpand
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Plagiarism in programming assignments
The assessment of programming courses is usually carried out by means of programming assignments. Since it is simple to copy and edit computer programs, however, there will always be a temptationExpand
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A Manifesto for Agent Technology: Towards Next Generation Computing
The European Commission's eEurope initiative aims to bring every citizen, home, school, business and administration online to create a digitally literate Europe. The value lies not in the objectiveExpand
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An efficient and versatile approach to trust and reputation using hierarchical Bayesian modelling
In many dynamic open systems, autonomous agents must interact with one another to achieve their goals. Such agents may be self-interested and, when trusted to perform an action, may betray that trustExpand
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Applying artificial intelligence to virtual reality: Intelligent virtual environments
Research into virtual environments on the one hand and artificial intelligence and artificial life on the other has largely been carried out by two different groups of people with differentExpand
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Norm-based behaviour modification in BDI agents
While there has been much work on developing frameworks and models of norms and normative systems, consideration of the impact of norms on the practical reasoning of agents has attracted lessExpand
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Transparent Fault Tolerance for Web Services Based Architectures
Service-based architectures enable the development of new classes of Grid and distributed applications. One of the main capabilities provided by such systems is the dynamic and flexible integrationExpand
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