Romania

Wittmann & Partner Computer Systems S.R.L.

Membership Details (Company)

Contact: Ciprian Candea
Member node: 134
550129, Reconstructiei Nr. 2A, Sibiu, Romania
Romania

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Description

Our company in last years uses the Multi Agents Systems technology in commercial products. We are using the MAS in task like information retrieval (we have developed a commercial system Search Engine Agents – SEA now the system is contained by a Knowledge management system - ConnAct), group decision systems (win-gdss) and now we are preparing new and interesting approach for e-commerce support decision system where we are using also MAS technology.

Our research activity includes EU co-finance, local ministry co-finance or WPCS finance projects and in all this the MAS technology is promoted. With this we find new challenge but also to have a real test bench for technology and feedback from end users or partners.

Book

Oprean, C. and Moisil, I. and Candea, C. (2002) eUniv:an e-business solution for a university academic environment. In proceedings of 3rd Global Congress on Engineering Education. .

Candea, C. and Hu, H. and Iocchi, L. and Nardi, D. and Piaggio, M. (2001) Coordination in multi-agent RoboCup teams. In elsevier Science, Robotic and Autonomous Systems. .

Barbat, B. and Candea, C. and Zamfirescu, C. (2001) Holons and Agents in Robotic Teams A Synergistic approach. Proceedings of ENAIS. .

Zamfirescu, C.B. and Candea, C. and Luca, S.I. (2001) On integrating Agents Into GDSS. In preprints of the 9th IFAC / IFORS / IMACS / IFIP/ Symposium on Large Scale Systems: Theory and Applications. .

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