Agents and Computational Autonomy

Potential, Risks, and Solutions

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ISBN: 978-3-540-22477-8 (Print) 978-3-540-25928-2 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Models and Typologies

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        Pages 1-6

        Agency, Learning and Animal-Based Reinforcement Learning

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        Pages 7-16

        Agent Belief Autonomy in Open Multi-agent Systems

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        Pages 17-39

        Dimensions of Adjustable Autonomy and Mixed-Initiative Interaction

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        Pages 40-54

        Founding Autonomy: The Dialectics Between (Social) Environment and Agent’s Architecture and Powers

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        Pages 55-67

        Agent Autonomy Through the 3 M Motivational Taxonomy

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        Pages 68-82

        A Taxonomy of Autonomy in Multiagent Organisation

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        Pages 83-94

        Autonomy and Reasoning for Natural and Artificial Agents

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        Pages 95-102

        Types and Limits of Agent Autonomy

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        Pages 103-113

        Autonomy in Multi-agent Systems: A Classification Attempt

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        Pages 114-127

        Autonomy and Agent Deliberation

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        Pages 128-139

        Requirements for Achieving Software Agents Autonomy and Defining Their Responsibility

  3. Design and Applications

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        Pages 140-150

        Agent Design from the Autonomy Perspective

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        Pages 151-169

        From Individual Based Modeling to Autonomy Oriented Computation

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        Pages 170-186

        Toward Quantum Computational Agents

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        Pages 187-194

        Adjustable Autonomy Challenges in Personal Assistant Agents: A Position Paper

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        Pages 195-208

        Autonomy in an Organizational Context

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        Pages 209-226

        Dynamic Imputation of Agent Cognition

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        Pages 227-236

        I am Autonomous, You are Autonomous

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        Pages 237-248

        Agents with Initiative: A Preliminary Report

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        Pages 249-260

        A Teamwork Coordination Strategy Using Hierarchical Role Relationship Matching

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