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Trust and reputation are central to effective interactions in open multi-agent systems (MAS) in which agents, that are owned by a variety of stakeholders, continuously enter and leave the system. This openness means existing trust and reputation models cannot readily be used since their performance suffers when there are various (unforseen) changes in the… (More)
We explore a novel ontological approach to user profiling within recommender systems, working on the problem of recommending on-line academic research papers. Our two experimental systems, Quickstep and Foxtrot, create user profiles from unobtrusively monitored behaviour and relevance feedback, representing the profiles in terms of a research paper topic… (More)
his discovery does not work. His helio-centric view allowed him to think that the sun, so near to the center of the planetary system, and so large, must somehow cause the planets to move as they do. In addition to this strong conjecture , he also had to generalize his findings for Mars to all planets by assuming that the same physical conditions could be… (More)
Trust and reputation are central to effective interactions in open multi-agent systems in which agents, that are owned by a variety of stakeholders, can enter and leave the system at any time. This openness means existing trust and reputation models cannot readily be used. To this end, we present FIRE, a trust and reputation model that integrates a number… (More)
and may be contacted via David De Roure on firstname.lastname@example.org The authors accept no responsibility for loss or damage arising from the use of information contained in this report. Acknowledgements We are grateful to Mark Baker (co-chair of the IEEE Task Force in Cluster Computing) for his contributions to Section 3. Thanks also to Vijay Dialani for his… (More)
The Web must be studied as an entity in its own right to ensure it keeps flourishing and prevent unanticipated social effects.
This paper describes an evolution of the 3store RDF storage system, extended to provide a SPARQL query interface and informed by lessons learned in the area of scalable RDF storage.
T o bring the Semantic Web to life and provide advanced knowledge services, we need efficient ways to access and extract knowledge from Web documents. Although Web page annotations could facilitate such knowledge gathering, annotations are rare and will probably never be rich or detailed enough to cover all the knowledge these documents contain. Manual… (More)