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Developing E-society Cognitive Platform Based on the Social Agent E-learning Goal Oriented

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In this paper we introduce the e-society cognitive approach based on the social agent. The social Agent is e-learning oriented. The e-society cognitive platform may consider different fields like e-learning, e-health, e-commerce, e-medicine, and e-government. In this paper we will introduce the e-society platform. The e-society platform supports the educational and pedagogical aspects. The e-society is based on the agent technologies. The social agents offer impressive, meaningful and several features as autonomy, manage ne-gotiation, and make decision. The e-society cognitive platform consists of three main layers: social agents, beliefs, and tools for application layer. The goal of the e-society platform is to increase the perceiving of the transportation education in the school.

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J. Raiyn, "Developing E-society Cognitive Platform Based on the Social Agent E-learning Goal Oriented," Advances in Internet of Things, Vol. 1 No. 1, 2011, pp. 1-4. doi: 10.4236/ait.2011.11001.

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