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Intelligent methods are used in distributed environments in countless ways, with examples such as propagation, communication, collaboration, and cooperation. With the abundant purposes for intelligence in distributed systems, it is pertinent for researchers, technicians, and students in various areas of computer science to discover the most current and definitive advances in the field. Intelligence Integration in Distributed Knowledge Management provides recent technologies and practices in intelligence for distributed systems while covering major aspects of the agent based systems. This book is a must for those striving to enhance their understanding of distributed knowledge management and extend their ideas of cooperation using for numerous real-world problems.
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Dariusz Kołodziejczyk (1962–present) is a Polish historian and professor of the University of Warsaw. A student of Marian Małowist, Antoni Mączak and Halil İnalcık, he specializes in the history of diplomacy and history of Poland and Turkey (Ottoman Empire).
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