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emigo: A Large-Scale Multi-Agent Platform for the Web

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emigo: A Large-Scale Multi-Agent Platform for the Web
In this paper we present the emigo platform, an agent-based social platform for the Web. Our goal is to provide each Web user with an agent called emigo which represents the user on the Web. An emigo’s role is to: a) protect the Web user from information overload; b) support and facilitate decision-making; c) Coordinate actions and decision making with multiple friends’ emigos; and d) negotiate with service agents. The emigo platform functions as an ecosystem of agents (emigos, service agents, scraper agents, etc.) where each species has a specialized role and the overall operation is a result of their collective efforts. The first service offered by emigos is the “Social/Event Planner”. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.2.11 [Distributed Artificial Intelligence]: [Multiagent systems; Intelligent agents] Keywords Multi-Agent Platform; Web Agents; Web Services; Collaborative and Social Computing Systems
Rym Wenkstern, Travis Steel, Dane Kuiper
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where ATAL
Authors Rym Wenkstern, Travis Steel, Dane Kuiper
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