Intelligent software agents in electronic commerce: a socio-technical perspective

@inproceedings{Raisinghani2000IntelligentSA,
  title={Intelligent software agents in electronic commerce: a socio-technical perspective},
  author={Mahesh S. Raisinghani and Christopher Klassen and Lawrence L. Schkade},
  booktitle={IRMA Conference},
  year={2000}
}
INTRODUCTION Although there is no firm consensus on what constitutes an intelligent agent (or software agent), an intelligent agent, when a new task is delegated by the user, should determine precisely what its goal is, evaluate how the goal can be reached in an effective manner, and perform the necessary actions by learning from past experience and responding to unforeseen situations with its adaptive, self-starting, and temporal continuous reasoning strategies. It needs to be not only… CONTINUE READING