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By Janusz Sobecki, Veera Boonjing, Suphamit Chittayasothorn

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This ebook contains 35 chapters proposing assorted theoretical and functional elements of clever info and Database structures. these days either clever and Database platforms are utilized in many of the parts of human actions which necessitates additional learn in those parts. during this booklet a variety of fascinating matters regarding the clever info types and techniques in addition to their complex functions, database platforms purposes, facts types and their research and electronic multimedia equipment and purposes are awarded and mentioned either from the sensible and theoretical issues of view. The ebook is geared up in 4 elements dedicated to clever platforms versions and strategies, clever platforms complicated purposes, database structures tools and functions and multimedia structures equipment and purposes. The booklet might be attention-grabbing for practitioners and researchers, specially graduate and PhD scholars of knowledge know-how and computing device technology, to boot more matured lecturers and experts drawn to constructing and verification of clever details, database and multimedia structures types, tools and purposes. The readers of this quantity are enabled to discover many inspiring rules and motivating useful examples that may aid them within the present and destiny work.

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The first part of this paaper contains a review of the previous classificationss of conflicts in humans’ and ag gents’ societies. The review discusses the proposed moodel of conflict classification. We W then propose our technique, in which we suggest a nnew classification of agents’ conflicts c based on their confidence and numbers. We organize the rest of the paper as follows: Section 2 reviews the type of conflictss in humans and multi-agent systems. In Section 3, we propose a framework for classification and resolution n of conflicts in multi-agent systems.

We analyze the social theory of o conflict and propose a conflict resolution strategy baased on the new conflict classification scheme. The proposed conflict resolution algoritthm considers all the conflict states s of the agents in a multi-agent system. Classifyying conflict states is used for conflict c resolution enhancement. We demonstrate thatt by considering the confidencce table as an input to the proposed algorithm, our classification technique is able to resolve multiple conflict situations and arrive aat a decision.

2] classified conflicts into two main classes: Physical Conflicts conflicts of external resources; and Knowledge Conflicts - agents conflict in beliefs, knowledge and opinions. Liu et al. [11] opined that agents should select an appropriate strategy for conflict resolution depending on three factors: type of conflict, agent’s rule, and preference solution. They classified conflicts into three classes: Goal conflicts, Plan conflicts, and Belief conflicts. S. Basheer et al. 3 The Proposed Conflict C Classification Framework In our earlier work [3], we w analyzed the social theory of conflict and proposeed a conflict resolution model deepending on conflict classification.

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