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JASSS
2002
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Applications of Simulation to Social Sciences
What is the degree of sophistication that we have to put into the agents in agents based computer simulation models? Should we provide them with a "mind"? The answer ran...
Gérard Ballot, Gérard Weisbuch
RAS
1998
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Towards a theory of delegation for agent-based systems
In this paper a theory of delegation is presented. There are at least three reasons for developing such a theory. First, one of the most relevant notions of "agent" is b...
Cristiano Castelfranchi, Rino Falcone
CCS
2001
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
Taking the Copy Out of Copyright
Under current U.S. law and common understanding, the fundamental right granted by copyright is the right of reproduction – of making copies. Indeed, the very word “copyright”...
Ernest Miller, Joan Feigenbaum
PODS
2007
ACM
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12 years 5 months ago
Monadic datalog over finite structures with bounded treewidth
Bounded treewidth and Monadic Second Order (MSO) logic have proved to be key concepts in establishing fixed-parameter tractability results. Indeed, by Courcelle's Theorem we ...
Georg Gottlob, Reinhard Pichler, Fang Wei
EDCC
1994
Springer
11 years 9 months ago
Designing Secure and Reliable Applications using Fragmentation-Redundancy-Scattering: An Object-Oriented Approach
Security and reliability issues in distributed systems have been investigated for several years at LAAS using a technique called Fragmentation-Redundancy-Scattering (FRS). The aim ...
Jean-Charles Fabre, Yves Deswarte, Brian Randell
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