By Victor Lesser (auth.), Longbing Cao, Yifeng Zeng, Andreas L. Symeonidis, Vladimir I. Gorodetsky, Philip S. Yu, Munindar P Singh (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop court cases of the eighth foreign Workshop on brokers and knowledge Mining interplay, ADMI 2012, held in Valencia, Spain, in June 2012. The sixteen revised complete papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a number of submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on brokers for information mining, information mining for brokers, and agent mining applications.
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Kaz´ık and R. Neruda Fig. 3. Left: Example of computational MAS conﬁguration with two computational agents controlled by single manager, which process the same data in parallel. Right: Example of computational MAS conﬁguration with a pre-processing agent. task manager who controls the computation. The pre-processing agent gains properties of both the data source (it provides data) and computational agent (it receives data from another source and waits for control messages). g. computational agent) as a data source in data group.
An integrity constraint under the CWA has the Role-Based Management and Matchmaking in Data-Mining MAS 27 form C C E2 . The time-dependent information, the current state of the system, is in an A-Box of the ontology. In the following, we describe a deﬁnition of the generic AGR concepts in DL. e. actions (interactions) an agent assuming this role can use, and a set of responsibilities or events the agent should handle. A group is then described by a set of roles the group contains. A hierarchy of concepts should respect this.
The computational group structure contains agents with assigned roles of a task manager and one or more computational agent. Between the task manager and each computational agent a control interaction exists. The sending of control messages between the task manager (T askM anager), which initiates this connection, and the computational agent (CompAgent) which performs the computational method is modeled by two concepts, an initiator (ControlM sgInit) and a responder (ControlM sgResp). The initiator of this connection is an instance of ControlM sgInit which is a subclass of the Initiator class.