His scientific interests lie mostly in Argumentation theory, Artificial intelligence, Software agent, Argument and Knowledge management. His work deals with themes such as Dialectic, Management science, Protocol, Set and Semantics, which intersect with Argumentation theory. The Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive science and Persuasion.
His Argument research incorporates elements of Multi-agent system, Extension, Key and Analytic reasoning, Reasoning system. His research investigates the link between Multi-agent system and topics such as Satisficing that cross with problems in Auction theory. His studies deal with areas such as Agent Communications Language, Human–computer interaction and Negotiation as well as Knowledge management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Argumentation theory, Artificial intelligence, Multi-agent system, Knowledge management and Argument. In his study, Human–computer interaction is strongly linked to Software agent, which falls under the umbrella field of Argumentation theory. His Artificial intelligence research incorporates themes from Context, Cognitive science, Persuasion and Semantics.
His research on Multi-agent system often connects related topics like Theoretical computer science. His Knowledge management study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Argumentation framework. Peter McBurney combines subjects such as Practical reason, Set and Action with his study of Argument.
His primary areas of study are Microeconomics, Multi-agent system, Argumentation theory, Double auction and Blockchain. His Multi-agent system research includes themes of Context and Management science. His Management science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Public relations and Negotiation.
His Argumentation theory study combines topics in areas such as Argument, Multimedia and Selection, Artificial intelligence, Statistical model. The Argument study combines topics in areas such as Software agent, Honour, Applied mathematics and Set. Peter McBurney works mostly in the field of Artificial intelligence, limiting it down to topics relating to Theoretical computer science and, in certain cases, Access control.
Peter McBurney spends much of his time researching Multi-agent system, Microeconomics, Theory of mind, Trading strategy and Deception. Peter McBurney interconnects Context, Correctness and Management science in the investigation of issues within Multi-agent system. His work on Double auction and Zero intelligence as part of general Microeconomics study is frequently linked to Homogeneous, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Deception research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Programming language, Cognitive science and Agent-oriented programming. Throughout his Mechanism studies, he incorporates elements of other sciences such as Set, Structure, Rotation formalisms in three dimensions, Argument and Argumentation theory. Much of his study explores Argumentation theory relationship to Theoretical computer science.
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Iyad Rahwan;Sarvapali D. Ramchurn;Nicholas R. Jennings;Peter Mcburney.
Agent Technology: Enabling Next Generation Computing (A Roadmap for Agent Based Computing)
Michael Luck;Peter McBurney;Chris Preist.
Agent technology, Computing as Interaction: A Roadmap for Agent Based Computing
M Luck;P McBurney;O Shehory;S Willmott.
Games That Agents Play: A Formal Framework for Dialogues between Autonomous Agents
Peter McBurney;Simon Parsons.
Weighted argument systems: Basic definitions, algorithms, and complexity results
Paul E. Dunne;Anthony Hunter;Peter McBurney;Simon Parsons.
Agent technology: Enabling next generation computing
Michael Luck;Peter Mcburney;Chris Preist.
Peter McBurney;Yukio Ohsawa.
A Manifesto for Agent Technology: Towards Next Generation Computing
Michael Luck;Peter McBurney;Chris Preist.
Computational Representation of Practical Argument
Katie Atkinson;Trevor J. M. Bench-Capon;Peter McBurney.
A Dialogue Game Protocol for Agent Purchase Negotiations
Peter Mcburney;Rogier M. Van Eijk;Simon Parsons;Leila Amgoud.
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