Personal Agents on the Semantic Web
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Personal assistants gather and filter relevant information and compose it into a coherent picture with regard to the user’s preferences. An intrinsic and important prerequisite for a personal assistant or rather any agent is to manipulate information avail- able on the Semantic Web in the form of ontologies, axioms, and rules written in various semantic markup languages. ;the means of information gathering being centralized (event notification services) or decentralized (peer agents). In this paper, a model architecture for such a personal assistant, that deals with real-world semantic markup is described.