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  • Al-Sharawneh, Jebrin; Williams, Mary-Anne (IEEE, 2009)
    Agent-based modeling and simulation (ABMS) is a new approach to modeling systems comprised of autonomous interacting agents. It promises to have an important role in research and education. Some researchers have contended ...
  • Williams, Mary-Anne; Gardenfors, Peter; Johnston, Benjamin; Wightwick, Glenn (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2010)
    Anticipation plays a crucial role during any action, particularly in agents operating in open, complex and dynamic environments. In this paper we consider the role of anticipation as a strategy from a design perspective. ...
  • Novianto, Rony; Johnston, Benjamin; Williams, Mary-Anne (IOS Press, 2010)
    The ASMO Cognitive Architecture has been developed to support key capabilities: attention, awareness and self-modification. In this paper we describe the underlying attention model in ASMO. The ASMO Cognitive Architecture ...
  • Johnston, Benjamin; Williams, Mary-Anne (UTSePress, 2009)
    Parameter-driven simulations are an effective and efficient method for reasoning about a wide range of commonsense scenarios that can complement the use of logical formalizations. The advantage of simulation is its simplified ...
  • Williams, Mary-Anne (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2010)
    This paper uses robot experience to explore key concepts of autonomy, life and being. Unfortunately, there are no widely accepted definitions of autonomy, life or being. Using a new cognitive agent architecture we argue ...
  • Tselekidis, G; Peppas, Pavlos; Williams, Mary-Anne (Palgrave Publishers Ltd, 2003)
  • Karol, Alankar; Nebel, Bernhard; Stanton, Christopher; Williams, Mary-Anne (Springer Verlag, 2004)
    Robot Soccer involves planning at many levels, and in this paper we develop high level planning strategies for robots playing in the RoboCup Four-Legged League using case based reasoning. We develop a framework for developing ...
  • Johnston, Benjamin; Williams, Mary-Anne (IOS Press, 2008)
    Rich computer simulations or quantitative models can enable an agent to realistically predict real-world behaviour with precision and performance that is difficult to emulate in logical formalisms. Unfortunately, such ...
  • Rudduck, Sylvan; Williams, Mary-Anne (AAAI, 2010)
    This work-in-progress provides a preliminary cognitive investigation of how the external visualization of the Ternary diagram (TD) might be used as an underlying model for exploring the representation of simple 3D cuboids ...
  • Johnston, Benjamin; Williams, Mary-Anne (AAAI Press, 2009)
    Comirit is a framework for commonsense reasoning that combines simulation, logical deduction and passive machine learning. While a passive, observation-driven approach to learning is safe and highly conservative, it is ...
  • Williams, Mary-Anne; Elliot, Steve (Trauner Verlag, 2004)
  • Al-Sharawneh, Jebrin; Williams, Mary-Anne (WARWICK, 2010)
    In web-based social networks social trust relationships between users indicate the similarity of their needs and opinions. Trust in this sense can be used to make recommendations on the web because trust information enables ...
  • Al-Sharawneh, Jebrin; Williams, Mary-Anne (AIS Library, 2010)
    In Web-based social networks (WBSN), social trust relationships between users indicate the similarity of their needs and opinions. Trust can be used to make recommendations on the web because trust information enables the ...
  • Al-Sharawneh, Jebrin; Sinnappan, Sukunesan; Williams, Mary-Anne (Springer, 2013)
    Social Network (SN) members in Twitter communicate in varied contexts such as crisis. Formations within social networks are unique as some members have more influence over other members; members with more influence are ...
  • Karol, Alankar; Williams, Mary-Anne (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2006)
    In a dynamic situation like robot soccer any individual player can only observe a limited portion of their environment at any given time. As such to develop strategies based upon planning and cooperation between different ...
  • Karol, Alankar; Williams, Mary-Anne; Elliot, Steve (Springer, 2006)
    This paper contributes to the discipline of Information Systems (IS) by illustrating the continuing evolution of IS applications to a single, core business function. Historical developments in IS and the major global ...
  • Anshar, Muh.; Williams, Mary-Anne (Elsevier, 2007)
    Robot locomotion is an active research area. In this paper we focus on the locomotion of quadruped robots. An effective walking gait of quadruped robots is mainly concerned with two key aspects, namely speed and stability. ...
  • Tran, Quynh-Nhu Numi; Low, Graham; Williams, Mary-Anne (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2003)
    This paper proposes a comprehensive and multi-dimensional feature analysis framework for evaluating and comparing methodologies for developing multi-agent systems (MAS). Developed from a synthesis of various existing ...
  • Johnston, Benjamin; Williams, Mary-Anne (Atlantis Press, 2009)
    A great deal of contention can be found within the published literature on grounding and the symbol grounding problem, much of it motivated by appeals to intuition and unfalsifiable claims. We seek to define a formal ...
  • Benferhat, Salem; Dubois, Didier; Prade, Henri; Williams, Mary-Anne (IOS Press, 2010)
    Intelligent agents require methods to revise their epistemic state as they acquire new information. Jeffrey's rule, which extends conditioning to probabilistic inputs, is appropriate for revising probabilistic epistemic ...