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D-96-01

with Darius Schier
Ein Multiagentenansatz zum Lösen von Fleet-Scheduling-Problemen

D-96-06

Working Notes of the KI'96 Workshop on Agent-Oriented Programming and Distributed Systems

D-97-08

with Christoph G. Jung , Susanne Schacht
Distributed Cognitive Systems
Proceedings of the VKS'97 Workshop

RR-01-01

with Christoph Jung
Theory and Practice of Hybrid Agents

RR-01-03

with Michael Schillo , Christian Kray
The Eager Bidder Problem
A Fundamental Problem of DAI and Selected Solutions

RR-02-03

with Dieter Hutter
Proceedings of the
2nd International Workshop on
Security in Mobile Multiagent Systems

RR-93-25

with Norbert Kuhn
A DAI Approach to Modeling the Transportation Domain

RR-95-01

with Jörg P. Müller , Markus Pischel
Cooperative Transportation Scheduling
an application Domain for DAI

RR-96-04

with Christoph G. Jung , Alastair Burt
Multi-Agent Planning Using an Abductive EVENT CALCULUS

RR-98-01

with Christoph G. Jung
Methodological Comparison of Agent Models

RR-98-02

with Christian Ruß , Gero Vierke
Decision Theory and Coordination in Multiagent Systems

TM-01-01

with Michael Schillo , Tore Knabe
The Contract-Net with Confirmation Protokoll:
An Improved Mechanism for Task Assignment

TM-94-05

with Jörg P. Müller , Markus Pischel
Unifying Control in a Layered Agent Architecture

TM-97-03

with Hans-J\ürgen B\ürckert , Gero Vierke
TeleTruck: A Holonic Fleet Management System

TM-98-05

with Jürgen Lind
Transportation Scheduling and Simulation in a Railroad scenario: A Multi-Agent Approach

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