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EECOMS

Status: Past project

Project Description:
EECOMS was a NIST sponsored project with the goal "to develop a new framework for people, applications and software agents to collaborate on supply chain logistics, resulting in faster delivery of products to customers, reduction of costly inventories, and an overall increase of U.S. manufacturers' competitiveness in the global marketplace."

Start Date: December 1996

End Date: December 2000

Students:
Harry Chen
Lalana Kagal

 

There are 2 associated publications:  Hide the list...

2 Refereed Publications

2001

1. Lalana Kagal et al., "A Delegation Based Model for Distributed Trust", InProceedings, Workshop on Autonomy, Delegation, and Control: Interacting with Autonomous Agents, International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, August 2001, 388 downloads.

2. Lalana Kagal et al., "A Framework for Distributed Trust Management", InProceedings, Second Workshop on Norms and Institutions in multi-agent systems, June 2001, 3028 downloads.

 

There is 1 associated resource:  Hide the list...

1. EECOMS, Web Site.

 

Research Areas:
 ecommerce