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Intelligent Radio Agents Submitted May 2005, in partial fulfilment of

Summary: Intelligent Radio Agents
Submitted May 2005, in partial fulfilment of
the conditions of the award of the degree BSc. Computer Science
Antony David Johnson
(Supervisor: Dr. Brian Logan)
School of Computer Science and Information Technology
University of Nottingham
I hereby declare that this dissertation is all my own work,
except as indicated in the text:
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Antony Johnson Intelligent Radio Agents Page 1
This dissertation describes a system to introduce automatic listener interaction into Internet radio
stations. Intelligent software agents are used to send profile information about each listener to the
agent in control of the radio station, which uses the data to more expertly schedule the songs that
are being played to cater for the tastes of those listening. As people with different tastes and moods
connect to the station, their characteristics are taken into account and songs which are likely to
please the most people are chosen for play. The agents controlling the station have various goals,


Source: Alechina, Natasha - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences