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[GREE97] Green, S., Hurst, L., Nangle, B., Cunningham, P., Somers, F., and Evans, R., "Software Agents: A review". Trinity College Dublin and Broadcom Éireann Research Ltd., May 27, 1997.
[GUHA] Guha, R.V., "Meta Content Framework: A Whitepaper" (draft).
[HEAR97] Hearst, Marti A., "Interfaces for Searching the Web". Scientific American, 1997.
[HERM96] Hermans, Björn, "Intelligent Software Agents on the Internet: an inventory of currently offered functionality in the information society & a prediction of (near-)future developments". Tilburg, the Netherlands, July 9, 1996.
[IEEE97] "Pattie Maes on Software Agents: Humanizing the Global Computer". IEEE Computing, July/August 1997. (HTML abstract)
[LEWI97] Lewis, Ted, "Internet as Metaphor". IEEE Computing, vol. 1, no.2, 1997.
[LIEB] Lieberman, Henry, "Attaching Interface Agent Software to Applications" (currently unpublished draft). Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. USA.
[LYNC97] Lynch, Clifford, "Searching the Internet". Scientific American, 1997.
[MCMU96] Mc Mullen, Bronagh, "MSc Dissertation".
[NETF] Talbott, Steve (editor), Netfuture.
[OVUM97] Stark, Heather, "Agents on the Web: Catalyst for e-commerce - A white paper". Ovum, March, 1997.
[PETR97] Petrie, Charles J., "What's an Agent... And what's so Intelligent about it?". IEEE Computing, July/August 1997.
[PLAI97] Plain, Stephen W., "KQML at Your Service". Computer Shopper, March 1997.
[RESN95] Resnick, P., Zeckhauser R. and Avery, C., "Roles for Electronic Brokers". United States, Cambridge, 1995.
[RHOD96] Rhodes, B.J., Starner, T., "Remembrance Agent, A continuously running automated information retrieval system". MIT, Cambridge, United States, 1996.
[RIJK94] Rijken, Dick, "The Future is a Direction, Not a Place". Netherlands Design Institute, Sandberg Institute, the Netherlands, 1994.
[TALB95] Talbott, Stephen L, "The Future does not compute -- Transcending the Machines in Our Midst". Sebastopol CA, O'Reilly & Associates, 1995.
[VIRG96] Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, "Ubiquitous Internet Computing", chapter 24 of the book WWW - Beyond the Basics. Virginia University, United States, 1996.
[WATT96] Watt, Stuart, "Artificial societies and psychological agents", KMI-TR-33. Knowledge Media Institute and Department of Psychology, Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, September 1996.
[WEIS91] Weiser, Mark, "The Computer for the 21st Century". Scientific American Ubicomp paper, september 1991.
[WEIS95] Weiser, M. and Seely Brown, J., "Designing Calm Technology". Xerox PARC, December 21, 1995.
[WEIS96] Weiser, Mark, "Open House". Xerox PARC, March 1996.

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