Programming language, Artificial intelligence, Programming paradigm, Functional logic programming and Semantics are his primary areas of study. His studies link 3APL with Programming language. John-Jules Ch. Meyer works in the field of Artificial intelligence, namely Intelligent agent.
He works mostly in the field of Functional logic programming, limiting it down to topics relating to Programming language theory and, in certain cases, First-generation programming language and Semantics of logic, as a part of the same area of interest. His Semantics research incorporates elements of Semantics, Philosophy of language, Cognitive model, Recursion and Formalism. His studies in Dynamic logic integrate themes in fields like Epistemic modal logic, Multimodal logic, Deontic logic and Philosophy of logic.
John-Jules Ch. Meyer mainly investigates Artificial intelligence, Programming language, Multi-agent system, Intelligent agent and Knowledge management. As part of the same scientific family, John-Jules Ch. Meyer usually focuses on Artificial intelligence, concentrating on Dynamic logic and intersecting with Multimodal logic and Deontic logic. His study in Operational semantics, Functional logic programming, Programming paradigm, Semantics and Fifth-generation programming language are all subfields of Programming language.
His research in Functional logic programming intersects with topics in Programming language theory and Logic programming. He has researched Programming language theory in several fields, including First-generation programming language and Programming domain. As a part of the same scientific family, John-Jules Ch. Meyer mostly works in the field of Semantics, focusing on Semantics and, on occasion, 3APL.
His main research concerns Artificial intelligence, Multi-agent system, Opportunism, Manufacturing engineering and Normative. His work carried out in the field of Artificial intelligence brings together such families of science as Machine learning and Task. His work deals with themes such as Intelligent agent, Common knowledge, Autonomous agent and Logical framework, which intersect with Multi-agent system.
John-Jules Ch. Meyer interconnects Linear temporal logic, Theoretical computer science, Sketch, Cognitive science and Complex system in the investigation of issues within Normative. His studies deal with areas such as Model checking, Syntax and Semantics as well as Linear temporal logic. His Syntax study deals with the bigger picture of Programming language.
John-Jules Ch. Meyer mainly focuses on Artificial intelligence, Bayesian network, Probabilistic logic, Graph and Argumentation theory. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Machine learning and Management science. His Dynamic Bayesian network study in the realm of Bayesian network interacts with subjects such as Variable-order Bayesian network.
His work in Graph addresses subjects such as Interpretation, which are connected to disciplines such as Function and Context. Within one scientific family, John-Jules Ch. Meyer focuses on topics pertaining to Multi-agent system under Context, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Normative. John-Jules Ch. Meyer has included themes like Argumentative and Data science in his Argumentation theory study.
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Epistemic logic for AI and computer science
John-Jules Ch. Meyer;Wiebe van der Hoek.
A different approach to deontic logic: deontic logic viewed as a variant of dynamic logic.
John-Jules Ch. Meyer.
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic (1987)
Agent Programming in 3APL
Koen V. Hindriks;Frank S. De Boer;Wiebe Van Der Hoek;John-Jules Ch. Meyer.
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (1999)
Deontic logic in computer science: normative system specification
John-Jules Ch. Meyer;Roel J. Wieringa.
A Programming Language for Cognitive Agents: Goal Directed 3APL
Mehdi Dastani;M. Birna van Riemsdijk;Frank Dignum;John-Jules Ch. Meyer.
Intelligent Agents VIII
John-Jules Ch. Meyer;Milind Tambe.
Agent Programming with Declarative Goals
Koen V. Hindriks;Frank S. de Boer;Wiebe van der Hoek;John-Jules Ch. Meyer.
intelligent agents (2000)
Paul Harrenstein;Wiebe van der Hoek;John-Jules Meyer;Cees Witteveen.
theoretical aspects of rationality and knowledge (2001)
Programming Multi-Agent Systems in 3APL
Mehdi Dastani;M. van Birna Riemsdijk;John-Jules Ch. Meyer.
Multi-Agent Programming (2005)
Reasoning about emotional agents
John-Jules Ch. Meyer.
International Journal of Intelligent Systems (2006)
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