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Intelligent Agents Concepts for Computer-Supported Collaborative Work Systems in Complex Industrial Systems - Research Directions

Abstract : This article deals with the contribution of intelligent agents concepts to design computer-supported collaborative work in complex industrial systems (nuclear power plants, space industry…) where human agents can cooperate with software, “intelligent” or not, agents in very different situations. At first, a global characterization of complex industrial human-machine systems is given, in stressing on the cooperative context. Then, several research directions are proposed about the organization modeling notion in the aim to realize CSCW systems in complex industrial systems from the Distributed Artificial Intelligence point of view.
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Emmanuelle Grislin-Le Strugeon, Christophe Kolski, René Mandiau, Mustapha Tendjaoui. Intelligent Agents Concepts for Computer-Supported Collaborative Work Systems in Complex Industrial Systems - Research Directions. COOP'96 Second International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, Jun 1996, Juan-les-Pin, France. pp. 331-344. ⟨hal-03419563⟩

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