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CURRICULA DATABASE

Contact: Suzanne Pinson (pinson@lamsade.dauphine.fr)
Number of students: 300
Department/group: Computer Science Department and LAMSADE Laboratory (LAMSADE is Laboratory for Modeling Decision Support Systems)

Course: Distributed Artificial Intelligence
Lecturer: Suzanne Pinson (pinson@lamsade.dauphine.fr) and Yves Demazeau
Duration: 24 hours (3 hours per week)
Contents:
Introduction to DAI, Multi-Expert Systems, From Objects to Agents, Blackboard Systems, Belief Systems, Reactive Agents
Literature recommended to students?: "Foundation of DAI", O'Hare and Jennings; "Systemes Multi-agents": J. Ferber
Part of a regular curriculum?: Yes
Offered by regular staff members?: Yes
Regularly offered?: Yes
Status: Ongoing
Average number and education level of students: 22 graduate students
Is material used public?: No

Course: Multi-agent Systems
Lecturer: Suzanne Pinson, Yves Demazeau, Sylvie Kornman and Serge Haddad
Duration: 36 hours (3 hours per week)
Contents:
Models of Agents, Communcation, Interactions, Coordination, Models of negotiation, Auto-organisation, Reflexive Systems, POA, SMA Applications, BDI Model, Agents on the Web
Literature recommended to students?: "Foundation of DAI", O'Hare and Jennings; "Systemes Multi-agents": J. Ferber; "Decentralized AI, I, II, III", Demazeau et al.; "A Modern Approach to AI", Norvig and Russell
Part of a regular curriculum?: Yes
Offered by regular staff members?: Yes
Regularly offered?: Yes
Status: Ongoing
Average number and education level of students: 15 graduate students
Is material used public?: No

Course: Distributed Planning
Lecturer: Serge Haddad, Amal ELfallah
Duration: 18 hours (3 hours per week)
Contents:
Monoagent Planning, IXTET, Petri net, Distributed Planning
Literature recommended to students?: Various
Part of a regular curriculum?: Yes
Offered by regular staff members?: Yes
Regularly offered?: Yes
Status: Ongoing
Average number and education level of students: 22 graduate students
Is material used public?: No

Agent-related theses per year: 10 masters, 0.5 PhD

   

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