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This volume contains a collection of papers that provides a unique, novel and up-to-date overview of how software agents technology is being applied in very diverse problems in health care, ranging from community care to management of organ transplants. It also provides an introductory survey that highlights the main issues to be taken into account when deploying agents in the health care area.
The intended audience includes graduate and postgraduate students specializing in artificial intelligence and researchers interested in the application of new technologies.