UMBC ebiquity

DAML

Status: Past project

Project Description:
Our research program goal is to design and prototype critical software components enabling developers to create intelligent software agents capable of understanding and processing information and knowledge encoded in DAML and other semantically rich markup languages. . This program will be the joint work of a team of two established research groups and a new research group-- the UMBC agents group headed by Tim Finin, the JHU/APL intelligent systems group headed by Jim Mayfield, and a new business policies group at MIT/Sloan headed by Benjamin Grosof who has just joined MIT/Sloan after previously heading a business rules group at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center.

Start Date: September 2000

End Date: August 2005

Faculty:
R. Scott Cost
Anupam Joshi
Yun Peng

 

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1. DAML PI meeting ppt (Nov 04), Presentation.

 

Research Areas:
 Context-Aware Computing
 Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
 Multi-Agent Systems
 Security, Trust and Privacy
 Semantic Web
 Web services

 

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  1. (Project) DAMLproject has a resource (Resource) DAML Review (Nov 04)
  2. (Project) DAMLproject has a resource (Resource) Rei and RUles