Agent-based E-travel Agency - ou

Agent-based E-travel Agency - ou

Agent-based E-travel Agency Agent Systems Laboratory Oklahoma State University http:// E-commerce System Structure Galant, Jakubczyc, Paprzycki, Karpacz, 2002 E-COMMERCE SYSTEM Supply System (SS) environment communication channel WEB WEB

Customer System (CS) environment Agents Existence since 1970s Rapid growth of interest in past decade Basic intuitions based on human agents travel agent insurance agent real-estate agent

personal assistant (aka secretary) have specialized knowledge represent our interests find / filter / customize information Characteristics of software agents reactiveness ability to communicate capacity for cooperation reasoning based on collected knowledge capacity for reasoning intelligence adaptivity interactivness learning ability

proactiveness goal orientation friendliness and reliability mobility autonomy Why use agents? response to the rapid growth of information on the Internet need for information personalization / filtering framework for bringing together AI techniques to build adaptive intelligent systems methodology for engineering complex distributed systems (Jennings): decomposition abstraction organization

mobile software for mobile world (context-aware computing) Client-Server vs. Mobile Agents Mobile agent agent that: can move from one computer to another user-directed / autonomous / mixed Client Client Client Client Agent Agent

Server Server Agent Server Traditional Server Mobile Agent-Based Advantages of Mobile Agents Operate where data and/or computer resources are use resources of multiple machines improve load balancing possible approach to GRID computing

Disconnected operations and autonomy short on-line times low-power requirement devices immune to network outages redundancy / fail-safe behavior ensured transfer across network multiple agents can back-up each other Natural support for mobile systems travel system support agents follow travelers Expert Criticisms Nwana H., Ndumu D. (1999) A perspective on software agents research, The Knowledge Engineering Review, 14 (2), pp. 118 Information discovery problem where the relevant information is and how to keep up with the dynamics of the Internet?

Communication problem how to make different systems to communicate with each other? Ontology problem how to make different systems understand each other? Legacy software problem how to make agents interact with legacy systems? Reasoning and coordination problem how to reason about the retrieved data? Monitoring problem travel specific problem of post-sale monitoring Travel Support System Geographical Information + Business Information

travel support core map (geospatial data; GIS) travelers demand geographical information combined with information about services (broad definition) restaurants / pubs movie theaters / museums historical information national parks, etc. information about services should match personal interests Proposed System Features Decomposition of functionality agents

everything is an agent if something is not an agent (i.e. and expert system, data mining system) it will be wrapped in an agent Data indexed according to ontological classification geospatial extent Content derived from trusted sources and supplemented by Internet-based information Content personalization as an overarching concern during development (Angryk, Galant, Gordon, Paprzycki, 2002) General System Architecture content management content delivery travel-relat ed data

F e d e r a tio n P o la n d F e d e ra tio n M a z o w i e c k ie F e d e r a ti o n W a rs z a w a F e d e r a ti o n P r u s zk w F e d e r a t io n P o m o rs k ie F e d e r a ti o n W ie lk o p o ls k i e channel F e d e r a ti o n

W o o m i n agents verified content providers (VCP) unstructured infor mation (IBI) INTERNET clients Content Management content management travel-relat ed data F e d e r a tio n P o la n d

F e d e ra tio n M a z o w i e c k ie F e d e r a ti o n W a rs z a w a F e d e r a ti o n P r u s zk w F e d e r a t io n P o m o rs k ie F e d e r a ti o n W ie lk o p o ls k i e GIS verified content providers (VCP)

F e d e r a ti o n W o o m i n INTERNET unstructured infor mation (IBI) index ing agent Content Delivery content delivery verified content providers (VCP) INTERNET unstructured infor mation (IBI) personal agent

client Experts in the System Domain-specific expert systems Post-sale agent User profile initialization expert system Travel expert system Advertising expert system Meta-experts responsible for mining the data available in the user behavior database Personalization Infrastructure Knowledge Acquisition Knowledge about individuals groups population

trends (time-oriented analysis) profiles pertinent to new features all of the above interact with each other Knowledge acquisition source of adaptivity in a dynamical web-based system The System We are implementing a demonstrator system JADE as the agent environment JESS as the expert system framework OTA ontology with verbs heterogeneous databases heterogeneous network of computers Initial results agent infrastructure clientagent interaction

available in December Client Agent Communication Web browsers Java applets WAP devices clients HTTP listener TRAVEL SUPPORT

SYSTEM applic ation listener WAP listener listening framework message broker personal agents INTERNET

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