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Updated Meeting Scheduling

by Qasim Siddique (Submitted: 07/26/2009)

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WHAT IS IT?

Updated Multi-Agent Meeting Scheduling through learning
Version 2
In this domain each person has an agent that knows his/her time table and obligation (possibly other meeting or travel).upon the request to schedule a meeting that required the presence of multi person their agent duties are to find time and place to hold the meeting.
The Multi-Agent Meeting Scheduling problem (MAMS) presents a number of significant challenges, including the online modeling of user preferences and the satisfaction of these preferences through effcient scheduling

UPDATED

All function under one key {GO}

IMPLEMENTED ON GUNTELLA

Is a decentralized protocol for distributed search on a flat topology of peers (Servants). Gnutella protocol a traditional clients centralized server search paradigm every peer usually acting as a server or a client. The network is formed by peers joining the network following some loose rules. To locate a data item a peer queries it neighbors and the most typically query method is flooding to all neighbors within a certain radius. they provide client side interface through which user can issue queries and view search result ,while at the same time they also accept queries from other servants. To join the system a new peer initially connect to one of the peer known host that are almost always available

REFERENCE

Opportunities for learning in Multi agent Meeting Scheduling
Elisabeth Crawford And Manuela Veloso
Computer Science Department
Caregie Mellon Unversity

A Distributed Multi-Agent Meeting Scheduler System
Ali Durmus, Nadia Erdogan
Electrical-Electronics Faculty, Department of Computer Engineering
Istanbul Technical University
Ayazaga, 34469, Istanbul, Turkey.

A Survey and comparison of Peer to Peer Overlay Network Scheme
Eng Keong Lua, Jon Crowcroft, Marcelo Pias, Ravi Sharma and Stevent Lim

CREDITS

Qasim Siddique
qasim_1987@hotmail.com

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