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Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group
Department of Computing
London EC1V 0HB
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The Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (AIS) research group conducts research into the development of technologies where autonomy, intelligence, and interaction are key factors for the computer systems of the future in industry, engineering, or commerce. In particular it specialises in solving optimisation and adaptation problems where autonomous agents have to get co-ordinated. The models and technology developed have been applied to traffic control, business management, bioinformatics, telecommunications, intelligent computing environments and the military.
Beer, M. and Jennings, N.R. and Luck, M. and Preist, C. and Schroeder, M.
Negotiation in Multi-Agent Systems.
Knowledge Engineering Review, 14 (3).
Schroeder, M. and Noy, P.
Defining Like-minded Agents with the Aid of Visualization.
ECML/PKDD Visual Data Mining Workshop Proceedings.
, Helsinki, Finland.
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