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  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Demand and Productivity Components of Business Cycles: Estimates and Implications

    Standard stochastic growth models provide theoretical restrictions on output decomposition which can be used to investigate whether productivity shocks played a major role in observed business cycles. Applying these restrictions to US data leads to the following findings: business cycles implied by productivity shocks are mildly correlated to overall fluctuations...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Has Fiscal Discretion During Good Times And Bad Times Changed In The Euro Area Countries?

    The authors study the relationship between the change in the cyclically-adjusted primary balance (an indicator of discretionary fiscal policy) and the change in the output gap (an indicator of cyclical conditions). They use panel data for the euro area and data for 20 individual OECD countries, for the period 1970-2008....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Cognitive Filtering of Textual Information Agents Based Implementation

    The study presented in this paper has multiple objectives. The first objective is to automate the information filtering process by taking into account the relative importance of information and resources needed for its treatment. The second one is to demonstrate the applicability and contribution of an agents based implementation to...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Concern-Based Segmentation For Agents Societies To Facilitate Negotiation Over Service Exchange

    Different communities of software agents may address different predefined concerns; some of these concerns may also be the result of combining two or more sub-concerns. In the research, the authors look at a concern as the abstract concept a community of agents is continually supporting as long as certain objectives...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Towards A Dialectical Approach For Conversational Agents In Selling Situations

    The use of virtual agents to intelligently interface with online customers of e-commerce businesses is remarkably increasing. Most of these virtual agents are designed to assist online customers while searching for information related to a specific product or service, while few agents are intended for promoting and selling a product...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    A Web Pages Automatic Filtering System

    This paper describes a Web pages automatic filtering system. It is an open and dynamic system based on multi agents' architecture. This system is built up by a set of agents having each a quite precise filtering task of to carry out (filtering process broken up into several elementary treatments...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Demand and Productivity Components of Business Cycles: Estimates and Implications

    Standard stochastic growth models provide theoretical restrictions on output decomposition which can be used to investigate whether productivity shocks played a major role in observed business cycles. Applying these restrictions to US data leads to the following findings: business cycles implied by productivity shocks are mildly correlated to overall fluctuations...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    A Web Pages Automatic Filtering System

    This paper describes a Web pages automatic filtering system. It is an open and dynamic system based on multi agents' architecture. This system is built up by a set of agents having each a quite precise filtering task of to carry out (filtering process broken up into several elementary treatments...

    Provided By University Lille 1

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Cognitive Filtering of Textual Information Agents Based Implementation

    The study presented in this paper has multiple objectives. The first objective is to automate the information filtering process by taking into account the relative importance of information and resources needed for its treatment. The second one is to demonstrate the applicability and contribution of an agents based implementation to...

    Provided By University Lille 1

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Concern-Based Segmentation For Agents Societies To Facilitate Negotiation Over Service Exchange

    Different communities of software agents may address different predefined concerns; some of these concerns may also be the result of combining two or more sub-concerns. In the research, the authors look at a concern as the abstract concept a community of agents is continually supporting as long as certain objectives...

    Provided By University Lille 1

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Towards A Dialectical Approach For Conversational Agents In Selling Situations

    The use of virtual agents to intelligently interface with online customers of e-commerce businesses is remarkably increasing. Most of these virtual agents are designed to assist online customers while searching for information related to a specific product or service, while few agents are intended for promoting and selling a product...

    Provided By University Lille 1

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Has Fiscal Discretion During Good Times And Bad Times Changed In The Euro Area Countries?

    The authors study the relationship between the change in the cyclically-adjusted primary balance (an indicator of discretionary fiscal policy) and the change in the output gap (an indicator of cyclical conditions). They use panel data for the euro area and data for 20 individual OECD countries, for the period 1970-2008....

    Provided By University Lille 1