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    ... From: Wagner, G.R. To: agents@cs.umbc.edu Date: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 7:51 PM Subject: [agents]
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      From: Wagner, G.R. <G.R.Wagner@...>
      To: 'agents@...' <agents@...>
      Date: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 7:51 PM
      Subject: [agents] information systems and agents

      > *** Call for Papers & Call for Participation ***
      > Third International Bi-Conference Workshop on
      > http://www.AOIS.org
      >29 May 2001, Montreal (Canada) at Agents 2001 (not yet confirmed)
      > 4 June 2001, Interlaken (Switzerland) at CAiSE'01
      > Abstract submissions due: 28-Feb-2001
      > Paper submissions due: 1-Mar-2001
      > Notification: 1-Apr-2001
      > Accepted papers due: 7-Apr-2001
      > Agent-Orientation is emerging as a powerful new paradigm
      >in computing. Agent-oriented concepts and techniques could
      >well be the foundations for the next generation of mainstream
      >information systems.
      > Information systems have become the backbone of all kinds
      >of organizations today. Yet the inflexibilities in current
      >technologies and methods have also resulted in poor performance,
      >incompatibilties, and obstacles to change. As many organizations
      >are reinventing themselves to meet the challenges of global
      >competition and e-commerce, there is increasing pressure to
      >develop and deploy new technologies that are flexible, robust,
      >and responsive to rapid and unexpected change.
      > Agent concepts, which originated in artificial intelligence
      >but which have further developed and evolved in many areas of
      >computing, hold great promise for responding to the new realities
      >of information systems. The workshop will focus on how agent
      >concepts and techniques will contribute to meeting information
      >systems needs today and tomorrow.
      >TOPICS include (but are not limited to):
      >- agent-oriented modeling and design methods
      >- models/architectures for agent-oriented information systems
      >- novel information system technologies based on software agents
      >- agent-oriented requirements engineering
      >- agent-oriented approaches to data integration
      >- agents and knowledge management
      >- ontologies in agent-oriented information systems
      >- agent-based workflow management systems
      >- agent-oriented enterprise and business process modeling
      >- agent communication languages for business communication
      >- agents in enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems
      > The technical program will include invited talks by leading
      >experts in the field, one or more panel discussions, and contributed
      >papers. Poster sessions are also being planned.
      > To submit a regular paper as a html, postscript or pdf file,
      >authors should either send it by email (or place it on a web server
      >and send its URL) to Gerd Wagner at G.Wagner@... by 1-Mar-2001.
      > A separate message with the title, author names, affiliations,
      >contact information and an abstract has to be sent by 28-Feb-2001.
      > Papers must be of reasonable size, not exceeding 15 pages. Both
      >work-in-progress andcompleted research papers are welcome. It is
      >planned to publish all accepted papers of AOIS-2001 in a book.
      > Yves Lespérance, Department of Computer Science, York Univ. (CA),
      >E-mail: lesperan@...
      > Kamal Karlapalem, Indian Institute of Information Technology (INDIA),
      >E-mail: kamal@...
      > Gerd Wagner, Faculty of Technology Management, Eindhoven Univ. of
      >Technology (NL), E-mail: G.Wagner@...
      > Eric Yu, Faculty of Information Studies, Univ. of Toronto (CA),
      >E-mail: eric.yu@...
      > --
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