B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Kansas, 1988; M.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Marquette University, 1995;

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Kansas, 1999

area: Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Agents

: Assistant Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Iowa

Andrew B. Williams



Interests: Multi-agent Learning; Internet-based Computing; Machine Learning. 

Selected Publications

  1. Williams, A.B., Krygowski, T., Casavant, T. I-DOCS: Distributed Agent-Assisted Knowledge Fusion for Disease Gene Discovery, "Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS 2001), June 26-29, 2001, Kyongju City, Korea, IEEE Computer Society Press, 698-705.
  2. Williams, A.B., Ren, Z., Agents Teaching Agents to Share Meaning, Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents, Agents 2001, Montreal, Canada, May 28 - June 1, 2001, 465-472.
  3. Williams, A.B., and Tsatsoulis, C., An Instance-based Approach for Identifying Candidate Ontology Relations within a Multi-Agent System, Fourteenth European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ontology Learning ECAI- 2000 Workshop, Berlin, Germany, August 22, 2000.
  4. Williams, A.B., The Role of Multiagent Learning in Ontology-based Knowledge Management, AAAI 2000 Spring Symposium on Bringing Knowledge to Business Processes, Stanford University, March 20-22, 2000, 175-177.
  5. Williams, A.B., and Tsatsoulis, C., Diverse Web Ontologies: What Intelligent Agents Must Teach to Each Other, AAAI Spring Symposium on Intelligent Agents in Cyberspace, Stanford University, March 22-24, 1999, AAAI Press, 115-120.


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