2014 - Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) For significant contributions to the field of multiagent systems and its applications in information management and service-oriented computing.
2006 - ACM Senior Member
2005 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to artificial intelligence applications in distributed computational environments.
His primary scientific interests are in World Wide Web, Multi-agent system, The Internet, Service-oriented architecture and Software engineering. His World Wide Web study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Software agent. His Multi-agent system research incorporates elements of Cognitive science, Management science, Focus and Process.
His studies deal with areas such as Software architecture, Self-management, Distributed computing and Workflow as well as Service-oriented architecture. His research in Software engineering intersects with topics in Supply chain management, Business object and Knowledge management. His research integrates issues of Component-based software engineering, Software development, Key, Computer-aided software engineering and Internet privacy in his study of Web service.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in World Wide Web, Multi-agent system, Software engineering, Artificial intelligence and Software agent. His works in The Internet, Web service, Web standards, Social Semantic Web and Web development are all subjects of inquiry into World Wide Web. Michael N. Huhns combines topics linked to Semantic Web with his work on Web service.
His study on Multi-agent system also encompasses disciplines like
Michael N. Huhns mostly deals with Multi-agent system, Software engineering, Service-oriented architecture, Data science and World Wide Web. His study in Multi-agent system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Distributed computing, Management science, Knowledge management, Engineering management and Autonomous agent. His study explores the link between Software engineering and topics such as Workflow technology that cross with problems in Popularity, Workflow engine and Workflow management system.
He combines subjects such as Self-management, Autonomous system, Semantics, Software architecture and Workflow with his study of Service-oriented architecture. His work in the fields of World Wide Web, such as Web service, overlaps with other areas such as Mobile robot. Michael N. Huhns focuses mostly in the field of Web service, narrowing it down to topics relating to Database and, in certain cases, RDF and Semantic Web.
His main research concerns World Wide Web, Multi-agent system, Social psychology, Service-oriented architecture and Data science. Many of his research projects under World Wide Web are closely connected to XML Base with XML Base, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His WS-Policy and Web standards study in the realm of Web service connects with subjects such as XML Encryption, XML Signature and XML namespace.
His Multi-agent system study incorporates themes from Knowledge management and Autonomic computing. His Service-oriented architecture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Services computing, Distributed computing and Workflow. His Data science research focuses on subjects like Process, which are linked to Machine learning and Artificial intelligence.
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Service-Oriented Computing: Semantics, Processes, Agents
Munindar Paul Singh;Michael N. Huhns.
M.N. Huhns;M.P. Singh.
Readings in agents
Michael N. Huhns;Munindar P. Singh.
Multiagent systems and societies of agents
Michael N. Huhns;Larry M. Stephens.
Multiagent systems (1999)
Algorithms for subpixel registration
Qi Tian;Michael N Huhns.
Graphical Models /graphical Models and Image Processing /computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing (1986)
Resource integration using a large knowledge base in Carnot
C. Collet;M.N. Huhns;W.-M. Shen.
IEEE Computer (1991)
Agents as Web services
IEEE Internet Computing (2002)
A semantic Web services architecture
M. Burstein;C. Bussler;T. Finin;M.N. Huhns.
IEEE Internet Computing (2005)
Charles F. Summer;Robert O. Pettus;Ronald D. Bonnell;Michael N. Huhns.
Ontologies for agents
M.N. Huhns;M.P. Singh.
IEEE Internet Computing (1997)
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