Book Description

Amazon.com Review Software Agents isn't packed with sample code or programming tips. Instead, it contains a thought-provoking series of essays by industry luminaries on a hot topic at the horizon of programming: building 'intelligent' agents. The book's various authors explore different aspects of agents: How will they interact with users? How will they communicate with each other? What are the technical requirements of agents? What kinds of agents have been implemented to date, and what does the future hold? Can agents be built to allow programming of their behavior without requiring any explicit programming? Plentiful food for thought. Read more About the Author Jeffrey Bradshaw leads the agent technology efforts for The Boeing Company and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington. Read more

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