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This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the complex Workshop on content material Computing, AWCC 2004, held in Zhen Jiang, Jiang Su, China in November 2004.The 26 revised complete papers and 36 revised brief papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 194 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on cellular code and agent expertise, content material sharing and consistency administration, networking infrastructure and function, content material acutely aware defense, multimedia content material, content material mining and data extraction, net companies and content material purposes, content material retrieval and administration, and ontologies and data conceptualization.
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Applying activity sharing oriented joint intention (ASOJI)  within nested agent federation, agents achieve application aims and objectives. 3 The Information Representation ABGISI describes the semantics of information content with five-tuple as follows: IP= (OKRL, OML, Mapping, ICMT, OAFM), OKRL – (Ontology Based Knowledge Representation Language) is used in inner part of agents, OKRL= (SDL, CDL, CPL); OML – (Ontology Based Markup Language), be used as the communication language among Agents; Mapping – mapping mechanism between OKRL with OML, Mapping: OKRL OML; ICMT – Information Content Modeling Tools support modeling and conceptual description of information contents; OAFM – Ontology Automatic Form Mechanism, supports to automatic (or semiautomatic) establish domain term sets and classified system of terms.
2 function as follows. Role base contains all the roles identified during process design. They can be used as reference information for subsequent process design. Process base contains various standard or user-defined workflow processes. Rules base contains various rules conducting business and knowledge needed for reasoning. They constitute the basis of task decomposition. Other base contains other information related to the system such as departments and users. 3 Client Tools Corresponding to the two phases of workflow modeling, two client tools are provided and they are task decomposition tool and process design tool.