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Prospects for Agent Technology : Interviews with Industry Experts

  title={Prospects for Agent Technology : Interviews with Industry Experts},
  author={Stefan Brantschen and Patricia Charlton and Andrew Lucas and J{\"o}rg M{\"u}ller and Chris Preist and Simon G. Thompson and Ken Woghiren},
Stefan Brantschen Whitestein Technologies (WT) was founded in January 1999 with the mission to become a leading provider of advanced software agent technologies, products, solutions, and services for various applications and industries. WT strongly believes that agent-based technologies and agent-oriented software engineering methodologies will be among the key concepts of a next generation of distributed information systems and network infrastructures, in particular in combination with other… Expand

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