Distributed Intelligent Agents for Information Management and Sharing (DIAMS) (ARC-14654)
DIAMS is a system of distributed intelligent agents designed for collaborative information management, sharing and exchange on the World Wide Web. The system is designed to help a WWW user find needed information from his/her personal collection of URL links, as well as from other remote resources and/or collections of resources. Ideally, the system will find a minimal set of information most relevant to the user’s current needs. These two capabilities correspond to recall and precision, the two standard measures of effectiveness in traditional information retrieval.
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