A Knowledge and Experience-Based Agent Capabilities Matcher

Description

PHOSPHORUS is a knowledge-based matcher that accepts a user's description of a needed service as input and responds with a ranked list of agents that have the capability to provide that service. The Phosphorus matcher will exploit subsumption, goal reformulation, and partial match. The matcher will also be experienced-based, using learning techniques to improve the utility of its matches over time

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People

Yolanda Gil, Hans Chalupsky.

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Publications

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Research

Matching requests and agent capabilities through Ontologies

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Funding

DARPA Control of Agent-Based Systems (CoABS) program

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Links

The EXPECT Group homepage.

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Status

The PHOSPHORUS project started June 1999 and is ongoing.

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