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    • Experiments on using Yahoo! categories to describe documents 

      Labrou, Yannis; Finin, Tim (1999-07-31)
      We suggest that one (or a collection) of names of Yahoo! (or any other WWW indexer’s) categories can be used to describe the content of a document. Such categories offer a standardized and universal way for referring to ...
    • An Agent System for Application Initialization in an Integrated Manufacturing Environment 

      Peng, Yun; Finin, Tim; Chen, Harry; Wang, Ling; Labrou, Yannis; Cost, R. Scott; Chu, Bill; Cross, Valerie; Russell, Mike; Tolone, Bill; Boughannam, Akram; McCobb, Jerry (1999-08-04)
      A great deal of research and development effort has been undertaken in recent years to integrate otherwise disconnected manufacturing production and planning (P/E) application software systems so that the enterprises can ...
    • An Agent-based Infrastructure for Enterprise Integration 

      Cost, R. Scott; Finin, Tim; Labrou, Yannis; Luan, Xiaocheng; Peng, Yun; Soboroff, Ian; Mayfield, James; Boughannam, Akram (IEEE, 1999-10-03)
      Jackal is a Java-based tool for communication using the KQML agent communication language. Some features that make it extremely valuable to agent development are its conversation management facilities, flexible, blackboard ...
    • Communicating neural network knowledge between agents in a simulated aerial reconnaissance system 

      Quirolgico, Stephen; Canfield, Kip; Finin, Timothy; Smith, James A. (IEEE, 1999-10-03)
      In order to maintain their performance in a dynamic environment, agents may be required to modify their learning behavior during run-time. If an agent utilizes a rule-based system for learning, new rules may be easily ...
    • Relational Clustering Based on a New Robust Estimator with Application to Web Mining 

      Nasraoui, Olfa; Krishnapuram, Raghu; Joshi, Anupam (IEEE, 1999-10-24)
      Mining typical user profiles and URL associations from the vast amount of access logs is an important component of Web personalization. In this paper, we define the notion of a ""user session" as being a temporally compact ...
    • On Mining Web Access Logs 

      Joshi, Anupam; Joshi, Karuna; Krishnapuram, Raghu (1999-10-24)
      The proliferation of information on the world wide web has made the personalization of this information space a necessity. One possible approach to web personalization is to mine typical user profiles from the vast amount ...
    • Warehousing and Mining Web Logs 

      Joshi, Karuna P.; Joshi, Anupam; Yesha, Yelena; Krishnapuram, Raghu (ACM, 1999-11-02)
      Analyzing Web Logs for usage and access trends can not only provide important information to web site developers and administrators, but also help in creating adaptive web sites. While there are many existing tools that ...
    • Yahoo! as an ontology: using Yahoo! categories to describe documents 

      Labrou, Yannis; Finin, Tim (ACM, 1999-11-02)
      We suggest that one (or a collection) of names of Yahoo! (or any other WWW indexer's) categories can be used to describe the content of a document. Such categories offer a standardized and universal way for referring to ...
    • Service Discovery in The Future for Mobile Commerce 

      Chakraborty, Dipanjan; Chen, Harry (ACM, 1999-11-30)
    • Service Discovery in the Future Electronic Market 

      Chen, Harry; Chakraborty, Dipanjan; Xu, Liang; Joshi, Anupam; Finin, Tim (AAAI, 2000)
      The trend that the electronic market is taking, aided by the concomitant development of mobile devices, suggests a major change from the way electronic commerce is done today. The increased use of PDAs and laptops ...
    • History, State of the Art and Challenges for Agent Communication Languages 

      Labrou, Yannis K.; Finin, Tim (2000-01-01)
      Knowledge Query and Manipulation Language (KQML) is a language of typed messages, usually understood as speech-acts, encoded as ASCII strings (in a LISP-like syntax), that are transported over TCP/IP connections, and aimed ...
    • On Mining Web Access Logs 

      Joshi, Anupam; Krishnapuram, Raghu (2000-05-14)
      The proliferation of information on the world wide web has made the personalization of this information space a necessity. One possible approach to web personalization is to mine typical user profiles from the vast amount ...
    • Agent Communication Languages and Agent Coordination 

      Cost, R. Scott; Labrou, Yannis K.; Finin, Tim (Springer-Verlag, 2000-07-01)
    • Using Colored Petri Nets for Conversation Modeling 

      Cost, R. Scott; Chen, Ye; Finin, Tim; Labrou, Yannis; Peng, Yun (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000-09-01)
      Conversations are a useful means of structuring communicative interactions among agents. The value of a conversation-based approach is largely determined by the conversational model it uses. Finite State Machines, used ...
    • Retriever: Improving Web Search Engine Results Using Clustering 

      Jiang, Zhihua; Joshi, Anupam; Krishnapuram, Raghu; Yi, Liyu (2000-10-24)
      Web search engine have become increasingly ineffective as the number of documents on the web have proliferated. Typical queries retrieve hundreds of documents, most of which have no relation with what the use was looking ...
    • On Creating Adaptive Web Servers Using Weblog Mining 

      Kamdar, Tapan; Joshi, Anupam (2000-11-20)
      Personalization of content returned from a web site is an important problem in general, and affects e-commerce and e-services in particular. Targeting appropriate information or products to the end user can significantly ...
    • On Proxy Agents, Mobility, and Web Access 

      Joshi, Anupam (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000-12-24)
      With the emerging need for ubiquitous access to information, web access from mobile clients is gaining increasing importance. Unfortunately, the underlying protocols of the web are not designed to support operations from ...
    • A Framework for Distributed Trust Management 

      Kagal, Lalana; Cost, Scott; Finin, Timothy; Peng, Yun (2001)
      This paper discusses our infrastructure for handling distributed security and trust. It outlines a method for access control across domains that handles complex inter domain trust relationships. We have developed a flexible ...
    • Dynamic Service Discovery for Mobile Computing: Intelligent Agents Meet Jini in the Aether 

      Chen, Harry; Joshi, Anupam; Finin, Timothy (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001-02-28)
      The emergence of ad-hoc pervasive connectivity for devices based on Bluetooth-like systems provides a new way to create applications for mobile systems. We seek to realize ubiquitous computing systems based on the cooperation ...
    • Centaurus : A Framework for Intelligent Services in a Mobile Environment 

      Kagal, Lalana; Korolev, Vladimir; Chen, Harry; Joshi, Anupam; Finin, Tim (IEEE, 2001-04-01)
      In an age where wirelessly networked appliances and devices are becoming commonplace, there is a necessity for connecting them to work together for a mobile user. The design outlined in this paper provides an infrastructure ...