Neal Arthorne

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A simple method is proposed for peer-to-peer description and discovery of resource-sharing communities as well as the resources themselves. An XML Schema document describes a shared resource. By applying transformations, specified in XSL, the schema is used to generate an application with the ability to publish and search for the defined object. Meta-data(More)
We present U-P2P, an open source framework for developing , deploying and discovering file-sharing communities. We address the problem of search in peer-to-peer file sharing by allowing the end user to add meta-data to shared documents. Each file-sharing community allows the sharing of a particular structured document type. Communities are themselves(More)
We report an experiment where the RoboCup simulation environment was used to study the cognitive advantage provided by signals, which we view as task-specific structures generated in the environment to improve decision-making. We used the passing problem in RoboCup as our test problem and soccer-players' 'yells' of their 'passability' as the task-specific(More)
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