Cams: a Community of Agents to Bring Together Internet Users
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Cams: a Community of Agents to Bring Together Internet Users
DYFAN D. FLETCHER, ELENA WHITE, PHIL GREENE, MASAKI NAKANO
TEXAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF MATHMATICS AND C

Sponsored by: LISA BURNELL (burnell@flash.net)
ABSTRACT
In the last few years the computing community has experienced a growing interest and involvement in the subject of agents, and within this category, agents able to show different degrees of “intelligence”. CAMS (the Creative Agent Matchmaking System) is a match-making application developed in a multi-agent system environment. This short paper was part of a presentation during the 1999 University College Day at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas. It is a brief overview of our work during the Software Enginerring class at Wesleyan.

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Submitted 5/4/99 12:20:01 AM
Last Edited 5/4/99 12:28:10 AM
Converted to New Site 03/09/2009

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