List of accepted papers & abstracts for the

AAAI Spring Symposium on

Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management (AMKM-03)

March 24-26, 2003, Stanford University

Accepted as long papers with long presentation slot

  1. M. Bonifacio, P. Bouquet, G. Mameli, M. Nori: Peer–mediated distributed knowledge management
  2. Tuan-Dung Cao, Fabien Gandon: Integrating external sources in a corporate semantic web managed by a multi-agent system
  3. Juan Manuel Dodero, Sinuhé Arroyo, V. Richard Benjamins: Dynamic Generation of Agent Communities from Distributed Production and Content-driven Delivery of Knowledge
  4. Joaquim Filipe: Information Fields in Organization Modeling using an EDA Multi-Agent Architecture
  5. Art Graesser, Matthew Ventura, G. Tanner Jackson, James Mueller, Xiangen Hu, Natalie Person: The Impact of Conversational Navigational Guides on the Learning, Use, and Perceptions of Users of a Web Site
  6. Renata S. S. Guizzardi, Lora Aroyo, Gerd Wagner: Agent-oriented Knowledge Management in Learning Environments: A Peer-to-Peer Helpdesk Case Study
  7. William Krueger, Jonathan Nilsson, Tim Oates, Timothy Finin: Automatically Generated DAML Markup for Semistructured Documents
  8. Jorge Louçã: Modeling context-aware distributed knowledge
  9. Jasminko Novak, Michael Wurst, Martin Schneider, Monika Fleischmann, Wolfgang Strauss: Discovering, visualizing and sharing knowledge through personalized learning knowledge maps – an agent-based approach
  10. S. Schulz, R. Kalcklösch, T. Schwotzer, K. Herrmann: Towards Trust-based Knowledge Management for Mobile Communities

Accepted as long papers with short presentation slot

  1. Mark S. Ackerman, Kurt DeMaagd, Stephen Cotterilla, Anne Swensona: DIAG: From Community Discussion to Knowledge Distillation
  2. Marc Ehrig, Christoph Schmitz, Steffen Staab, Julien Tane, Christoph Tempich: Towards Evaluation of Peer-to-Peer-based Distributed Knowledge Management Systems
  3. David A. Evans, Gregory Grefenstette, Yan Qu, Jimi Shanahan, Victor Sheftel: Agentized, Contextualized Filters for Information Management
  4. João José Vasco Furtado, Vinícius Ponte Machado: Improving Organizational Memory through Agents for Knowledge Discovery in Database
  5. Md Maruf Hasan, Enrico Motta, John B. Domingue, Simon Buckingham-Shum, Maria Vargas-Vera, Jiacheng Tan and Mattia Lanzoni: A Spreading Activation Framework for Ontology-enhanced Adaptive Information Access within Organisations
  6. Kit Hui, Stuart Chalmers, Peter Gray, Alun Preece: Experience in using RDF in Agent-mediated Knowledge Architectures
  7. Mizue Kayama, Toshio Okamoto: Knowledge Management Framework for Collaborative Learning Support
  8. Alessandra Molani, Anna Perini, Eric Yu, Paolo Bresciani: Analyzing the Requirements for Knowledge Management using Intentional Analysis
  9. Emanuela Moreale, Stuart Watt: An Agent-Based Approach to Mailing List Knowledge Management
  10. Adam Pease, John Li: Agent-Mediated Knowledge Engineering Collaboration
  11. Cesar A. Tacla, Jean-Paul Barthès: A Multi-Agent Architecture for Knowledge Acquisition

Accepted as short papers with short presentation slot

  1. Sidney C. Bailin, Walt Truszkowski: Perspectives: An Analysis of Multiple Viewpoints in Agent-Based Systems
  2. Enrico Blanzieri, Paolo Giorgini, Fausto Giunchiglia and Claudio Zanoni: Personal Agents for Implicit Culture Support
  3. W.F. Lawless: Information Density Functional Theory (IDFT): A quantum approach to knowledge fusion and organizational mergers
  4. Tang-Ho Lê, Luc Lamontagne: Working with a Knowledge Management Tool in a Domain Context
  5. João Alfredo Pinto de Magalhães, Carlos José Pereira de Lucena: Using an Agent-Based Framework and Separation of Concerns for the Generation of Document Classification Tools
  6. Kyle Rawlins, Chris Eliot, Victor Lesser, Beverly Woolf: Ontology extraction for educational knowledge bases
  7. Nuno Santo, Ira Haimowitz: Dynamic System for Internet Direct-to-Consumer Agent-Mediated KM
  8. Santtu Toivonen, Heikki Helin: Representing Interaction Protocols in DAML
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