Publication - The Struggle for Reuse and Domain Independence: Research with TAEMS, DTC and JAF

Authors: Wagner, Thomas, and Horling, Bryan
Title: The Struggle for Reuse and Domain Independence: Research with TAEMS, DTC and JAF
Abstract: TMS, Design-to-Criteria agent scheduling, and the Java Agent Framework are important aspects of our research in generalized agent components. These technologies have been used in over a dozen different research efforts, resulting in some insight into the pros and cons of generalized control and providing some anecdotal evidence that may be useful to other researchers.
Keywords: DTC, JAF, TAEMS
Publication: Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Infrastructure for Agents, MAS, and Scalable MAS (Agents 2001)
Location: Montreal, Canada
Publisher: AAAI
Date: 2001
Sources: PDF: /Documents/agents2001_reuse.pdf
Reference: Wagner, Thomas, and Horling, Bryan. The Struggle for Reuse and Domain Independence: Research with TAEMS, DTC and JAF. Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Infrastructure for Agents, MAS, and Scalable MAS (Agents 2001), AAAI. 2001.
bibtex:
@article{Wagner-203,
  author    = "Thomas Wagner and Bryan Horling",
  title     = "{The Struggle for Reuse and Domain Independence:
               Research with TAEMS, DTC and JAF}",
  journal   = "Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Infrastructure
               for Agents, MAS, and Scalable MAS (Agents 2001)",
  publisher = "AAAI",
  year      = "2001",
  address   = "Montreal, Canada",
  url       = "http://mas.cs.umass.edu/paper/203",
}