[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-66

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Ontologies in Agent Systems

Proceedings of the Workshop on Ontologies in Agent Systems,
1st International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
Bologna, Italy, 16 July 2002.

Edited by

Stephen Cranefield *
Tim Finin #
Steve Willmott +

* Department of Information Science, University of Otago, New Zealand
# Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
+ Département d'Informatique, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
  (since October 2002: Departament de Llenguatges i Sistemes Informatics, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)

Table of Contents

Full Papers

  1. Adaption Communication Vocabularies using Shared Ontologies
    Heiner Stuckenschmidt and Ingo J. Timm
  2. Greeks and Trojans Together
    Luís Miguel Botelho, Nelson Antunes, Mohmed Ebrahim and Pedro Ramos
  3. On the Impact of Ontological Commitment
    Marian Nodine and Jerry Fowler
  4. Ontologies for Agent-Based Information Retrieval and Sequence Mining
    Subrata Das, Kurt Shuster and Curt Wu
  5. Ontologies for interaction protocols
    Stephen Cranefield, Martin Purvis, Mariusz Nowostawski and Peter Hwang
  6. Creating and Using Ontologies in Agent Communication
    Chris van Aart, Ruurd Pels, Giovanni Caire and Federico Bergenti
  7. Using Explicit Information To Map Between Two Ontologies
    Sushama Prasad, Yun Peng and Timothy Finin
  8. Reconciling Implicit and Evolving Ontologies for Semantic Interoperability
    Kendall Lister, Maia Hristozova and Leon Sterling
  9. An ontology for automated negotiation
    Valentina Tamma, Michael Wooldridge and Ian Dickinson

Short Papers

  1. Multiagent Distributed Ontology Learning
    Leen-Kiat Soh
  2. FRED: Ontology-based agents for enabling e-coaching support in a large company
    Peter Smolle and York Sure
  3. Ontology definition languages for Multi-Agent Systems: the Geographical Information Ontology case-study
    Luís Mota, João Bento and Luís Botelho
  4. An ontology for publishing and scheduling events and the lessons learned in developing it
    Craig Sayers and Reed Letsinger
  5. Modeling Utility Ontologies in Agentcities with a Collaborative Approach
    Luigi Ceccaroni and Myriam Ribiere
  6. An Agent Intentional Structure Based on Cooperation Ontology
    Walid Chainbi
  7. An eXtreme method for developing lightweight ontologies
    Maia Hristozova and Leon Sterling
  8. Mutual Online Ontology Alignment
    Jun Wang and Les Gasser

Position Statements

  1. A Collaborative Framework for Distributed Scientific Groups
    Muthukkaruppan Annamalai, Leon Sterling and Glenn Moloney
  2. Combining FIPA ACL With DAML+OIL - A Case Study
    Michael Schalk, Thorsten Liebig, Torsten Illmann and Frank Kargl

Submitted by S. Cranefield, January 13, 2003