CONOISE: Agent-Based Formation of Virtual Organisations

@inproceedings{Norman2003CONOISEAF,
  title={CONOISE: Agent-Based Formation of Virtual Organisations},
  author={Timothy J. Norman and Alun D. Preece and Stuart Chalmers and Nicholas R. Jennings and Michael Luck and Viet Dung Dang and Thuc Duong Nguyen and Vikas Deora and Jianhua Shao and W. Alex Gray and N. J. Fiddian},
  booktitle={SGAI Conf.},
  year={2003}
}
Virtual organisations (VOs) are composed of a number of individuals, departments or organisations each of which has a range of capabilities and resources at their disposal. These VOs are formed so that resources may be pooled and services combined with a view to the exploitation of a perceived market niche. However, in the modern commercial environment it is essential to respond rapidly to changes in the market to remain competitive. Thus, there is a need for robust, flexible systems to support… CONTINUE READING
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