Autonomous agents are often used to manage the complex situations arising in computer-supported collaborative activities. Anyway, agents are confined to accomplish only marginal tasks and cannot yet be considered integrated with CSCW systems. This paper describes CollAge, an agent-based CSCW system designed to promote the productivity of distributed meetings by means of agents. The system architecture assigns a personal agent to every meeting attendant and includes a project-manager agent and a resource-manager agent to deal with the activities related to arranging and managing the meetings.

An Agent-Based Approach to Manage Negotiation Protocols in Flexible CSCW Systems / Bergenti, Federico; Poggi, Agostino. - STAMPA. - (2000). ((Intervento presentato al convegno INTERNATIONAL JOINT CONFERENCE ON AUTONOMOUS AGENTS AND MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS (AAMAS) (previously, Autonomous Agents, changed in 2002) [10.1145/336595.337487].

An Agent-Based Approach to Manage Negotiation Protocols in Flexible CSCW Systems

BERGENTI, Federico;POGGI, Agostino
2000

Abstract

Autonomous agents are often used to manage the complex situations arising in computer-supported collaborative activities. Anyway, agents are confined to accomplish only marginal tasks and cannot yet be considered integrated with CSCW systems. This paper describes CollAge, an agent-based CSCW system designed to promote the productivity of distributed meetings by means of agents. The system architecture assigns a personal agent to every meeting attendant and includes a project-manager agent and a resource-manager agent to deal with the activities related to arranging and managing the meetings.
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