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Agreement technologies, Sascha Ossowski, editor ; co-editors, Giulia Andrighetto ... [et al.], (electronic book)

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Agreement technologies
Title
Agreement technologies
Statement of responsibility
Sascha Ossowski, editor ; co-editors, Giulia Andrighetto ... [et al.]
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
More and more transactions, whether in business or related to leisure activities, are mediated automatically by computers and computer networks, and this trend is having a significant impact on the conception and design of new computer applications. The next generation of these applications will be based on software agents to which increasingly complex tasks can be delegated, and which interact with each other in sophisticated ways so as to forge agreements in the interest of their human users. The wide variety of technologies supporting this vision is the subject of this volume
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
006.3
Index
no index present
LC call number
Q335
LC item number
.A37 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1968-
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Ossowski, Sascha
Series statement
Law, governance and technology series
Series volume
v. 8
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  • Artificial intelligence
  • Intelligent agents (Computer software)
  • Acquiescence (Psychology)
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Computer graphics
  • Intelligent agents (Computer software)
Label
Agreement technologies, Sascha Ossowski, editor ; co-editors, Giulia Andrighetto ... [et al.], (electronic book)
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Agreement Technologies; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors' Short Bios; List of Contributors; Acronyms; Part I: Foundations; Chapter 1: Agreement Technologies: A Computing Perspective; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Agreement from a Computing Perspective; 1.2.1 Agreement and Software; 1.2.2 Challenges; 1.2.2.1 Semantics; 1.2.2.2 Norms; 1.2.2.3 Organisations; 1.2.2.4 Negotiation; 1.2.2.5 Trust; 1.3 Agreements Among Software Agents; 1.3.1 Agreement Technologies; 1.3.2 Key Domains; 1.4 Outlook and Conclusion; References
  • Chapter 2: Agreement and Relational Justice: A Perspective from Philosophy and Sociology of Law2.1 Introduction: Relational Justice; 2.2 Agreement in Law; 2.3 Agreement in Legal Theory; 2.3.1 Hans Kelsen; 2.3.2 Alf Ross; 2.3.3 H.L.A. Hart; 2.4 Agreement in Socio-legal Theory; 2.4.1 Karl Llewellyn; 2.4.2 Relational Law; 2.4.3 Regulatory Systems, Relational Justice, Regulatory Models; 2.5 Discussion: Dialogue as a Source of Law; 2.5.1 Crowdsourcing; 2.5.2 Agreement and Disagreement; 2.5.3 Validity and Regulatory Models; 2.5.4 Democratic Values; References
  • Chapter 3: Agreements as the Grease (Not the Glue) of Society: A Cognitive and Social Science Perspective3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Two Meanings of Agreement: B-Agreements and H-Agreements; 3.3 Paths to Agreement: Multiplicity and Circularity; 3.4 Should We Fear Disagreement?; 3.5 Conclusions; References; Part II: Semantics in Agreement Technologies; Chapter 4: Agreement Technologies and the Semantic Web; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Semantic Web Standards; 4.2.1 The eXtensible Markup Language (XML); 4.2.2 The Resource Description Framework (RDF); 4.2.3 RDF Schema and the Web Ontology Language (OWL)
  • 4.2.4 The Rule Interchange Format (RIF)4.2.5 Query and Transformation Language: SPARQL; 4.3 Scientific Foundations for Semantic Web Standards; 4.4 Semantic Web Standards in Agreement Technologies; 4.4.1 Policies, Norms and the Semantic Web T̀̀rust Layer''; 4.4.2 Evolution of Norms and Organisational Changes; 4.4.3 Semantic Web Languages Versus Norm-Based or Organisation-Based Programming Languages; 4.4.4 What Can We Learn from Standardisation Efforts in the Semantic Web Area?; 4.4.5 Implicit Versus Explicit Norms on the Semantic Web; References
  • Chapter 5: Logical Formalisms for Agreement Technologies5.1 Introduction; 5.2 General Definitions for Contextual Logics; 5.2.1 Networks of Aligned Ontologies; 5.2.2 Local Semantics; 5.2.3 Contextual Logics; 5.3 Standard Logics as Contextual Logics; 5.4 Distributed Description Logics (DDL); 5.5 Package-Based Description Logics; 5.6 E-Connections; 5.7 Integrated Distributed Description Logics; 5.8 Modular Web Rule Bases; 5.9 Other Relevant Formalisms; 5.9.1 Contextualised Knowledge Repositories; 5.9.2 Contextual RDF(S); 5.9.3 Reasoning with Inconsistencies; 5.10 Discussion; References; Chapter 6: Reconciling Heterogeneous Knowledge with Ontology Matching
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SPR823726924
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1 online resource (654 p.)
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online
Isbn
9789400755833
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unknown
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not applicable
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Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
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Label
Agreement technologies, Sascha Ossowski, editor ; co-editors, Giulia Andrighetto ... [et al.], (electronic book)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Agreement Technologies; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors' Short Bios; List of Contributors; Acronyms; Part I: Foundations; Chapter 1: Agreement Technologies: A Computing Perspective; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Agreement from a Computing Perspective; 1.2.1 Agreement and Software; 1.2.2 Challenges; 1.2.2.1 Semantics; 1.2.2.2 Norms; 1.2.2.3 Organisations; 1.2.2.4 Negotiation; 1.2.2.5 Trust; 1.3 Agreements Among Software Agents; 1.3.1 Agreement Technologies; 1.3.2 Key Domains; 1.4 Outlook and Conclusion; References
  • Chapter 2: Agreement and Relational Justice: A Perspective from Philosophy and Sociology of Law2.1 Introduction: Relational Justice; 2.2 Agreement in Law; 2.3 Agreement in Legal Theory; 2.3.1 Hans Kelsen; 2.3.2 Alf Ross; 2.3.3 H.L.A. Hart; 2.4 Agreement in Socio-legal Theory; 2.4.1 Karl Llewellyn; 2.4.2 Relational Law; 2.4.3 Regulatory Systems, Relational Justice, Regulatory Models; 2.5 Discussion: Dialogue as a Source of Law; 2.5.1 Crowdsourcing; 2.5.2 Agreement and Disagreement; 2.5.3 Validity and Regulatory Models; 2.5.4 Democratic Values; References
  • Chapter 3: Agreements as the Grease (Not the Glue) of Society: A Cognitive and Social Science Perspective3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Two Meanings of Agreement: B-Agreements and H-Agreements; 3.3 Paths to Agreement: Multiplicity and Circularity; 3.4 Should We Fear Disagreement?; 3.5 Conclusions; References; Part II: Semantics in Agreement Technologies; Chapter 4: Agreement Technologies and the Semantic Web; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Semantic Web Standards; 4.2.1 The eXtensible Markup Language (XML); 4.2.2 The Resource Description Framework (RDF); 4.2.3 RDF Schema and the Web Ontology Language (OWL)
  • 4.2.4 The Rule Interchange Format (RIF)4.2.5 Query and Transformation Language: SPARQL; 4.3 Scientific Foundations for Semantic Web Standards; 4.4 Semantic Web Standards in Agreement Technologies; 4.4.1 Policies, Norms and the Semantic Web T̀̀rust Layer''; 4.4.2 Evolution of Norms and Organisational Changes; 4.4.3 Semantic Web Languages Versus Norm-Based or Organisation-Based Programming Languages; 4.4.4 What Can We Learn from Standardisation Efforts in the Semantic Web Area?; 4.4.5 Implicit Versus Explicit Norms on the Semantic Web; References
  • Chapter 5: Logical Formalisms for Agreement Technologies5.1 Introduction; 5.2 General Definitions for Contextual Logics; 5.2.1 Networks of Aligned Ontologies; 5.2.2 Local Semantics; 5.2.3 Contextual Logics; 5.3 Standard Logics as Contextual Logics; 5.4 Distributed Description Logics (DDL); 5.5 Package-Based Description Logics; 5.6 E-Connections; 5.7 Integrated Distributed Description Logics; 5.8 Modular Web Rule Bases; 5.9 Other Relevant Formalisms; 5.9.1 Contextualised Knowledge Repositories; 5.9.2 Contextual RDF(S); 5.9.3 Reasoning with Inconsistencies; 5.10 Discussion; References; Chapter 6: Reconciling Heterogeneous Knowledge with Ontology Matching
Control code
SPR823726924
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (654 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789400755833
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
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Specific material designation
remote

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