Research Center Casaccia
"La Sapienza", Roma,
Faculty of Electronics Engineering
... 2003-5: graduation student
in electronic engineering at the Rome University "La Sapienza". His major
interest is focused on:
- application of intelligent
agents technology ( IAT) for cognitive emergency-management decision-making
- incremental intelligence
and analysis of electronic devices in the microwave contest,
- simulation and optimization
of superscalar architecture.
Caputo has participated in
the works of the Ogranization Committee of
the First International Workshop on Socio-Cognitive
A.M.Gadomski, TOGA Meta-theory in Cognitive Proto-Intelligent Agents: Design
Experiments. Preprints of SCEF2003 (First International
Workshop on Socio-Cognitive Engineering Foundations and Third Abstract
Intelligent Agent International Round-Tables Initiative), Rome, 30 Sep.
2003 (in updating for the publication).
A. Caputo, A. M. Gadomski, F.
Delli Priscoli. Top-Down Incremental Development of Agents' Architecture for
Emergency Management Systems: TOGA methodology.HID, CAMO - ENEA Seminars
Series. May 2005. (ppt)
Note on the Thesis (2004)
His thesis project
was focused on the experimental computational illustration of the applicability
TOGA methodology to the development of software socio-cognitive
proto-intelligent agents in a top-down scalable manner. In this sense,
the thesis discusses the TOGA approach to the artificial "incremental intelligence"
For the test-case, one proto-intelligent
agent ( as a demo of one domain, domain-independent "reasoning" kernel
for intelligent decision support systems, IDSS
been applied for the management of emergency (high-risk) territorial and
technological disaster situations.(
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