The development of a multi-agent design information management and support system
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The research presented in this thesis was developed as part of a project called Intelligent Agent Based Collaborative Design Information Management and Support Tools (I-DIMS). The I-DIMS project was funded by the Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET) as a partnership project between Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Research Unit (CIMRU), National University o f Ireland, Galway. The project aimed to investigate the use of software agents to support the synthesis and presentation of information for distributed teams for the purposes of enhancing design, learning, creativity, communication and productivity.
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