> Competing for the Future with Intelligent Agents |
|By Pete Fingar and Faramarz Farhoodi, Distributed Object Computing,"DOC" Magazine, 10/1997 and 11/1997|
In this two-part article, the authors explore the what and why of the advanced technology of intelligent agents, its business and technical benefits and implications. In part two they explore how to apply the paradigm to business, explore architectures and standards and explain the relationship with object technology in particular the Object Management Group's Object Management Architecture.
> (How) Can Software Agents Become Good Net Citizens? |
|By Sabine Helmers, Ute Hoffmann and Jillian Stamos-Kaschke, CMC Magazine, 02/97|
The new actors, software agents, bots, spiders, intelligent agents carry out certain jobs, such as searching the WWW arranging meetings or compiling music recommendations, more or less anonymously and act on behalf of a single user or an organization. Because of their communicative role, and because they reside on the Internet, they too can be considered "Netizens".
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