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IAT 2015

The 2015 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology
Singapore, 06/12/2015 – 09/12/2015.
The 2015 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT’15) will be held in Singapore on December 6-9, 2015, hosted by the Joint NTU-UBC Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly (LILY) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Living Analytics Research Centre at Singapore Management University (SMU). Co-located with the 2015 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI’15), IAT’15 is sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Intelligent Informatics (TCII), Web Intelligence Consortium (WIC), ACM-SIGAI, and Memetic Computing Society.

IAT’15 will feature special thematic workshops, technical sessions, tutorials and panels. Conference programme will further include a welcome reception, keynotes, demos, poster sessions, and a banquet. Attendees only need one registration to attend all technical events.

Topics of Interest
  • Autonomy-Oriented Computing
    • Autonomy-Oriented Modeling & Computing Methods
    • Nature-Inspired Computing
    • Self-Organization in Multi-Agent Systems* Autonomy-Oriented Computing (AOC)
    • Autonomy-Oriented Modeling and Computing Methods
    • Complex Behavior Characterization
    • Complex Systems Modeling and Simulation
    • Emergent Behavior
    • Hard Computational Problem Solving
    • Nature-Inspired Computing
    • Regularities and Models of AOC
    • Self-Organization in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Self-Organized Complex Networks
    • Swarm or Collective Intelligence
    • Unconventional, Self-Organized Computing Paradigms
  • Agent and Multi-Agent Systems Modeling
    • Complex Agent Behavior Modeling
    • Cognitive Architectures
    • Cognitive Modeling of Agents
    • Emotional Modeling
    • Neuroeconomics
    • Peer-to-Peer Models for Multi-Agent Systems
  • Agent and Multi-Agent Systems Engineering
    • Agent Oriented Software Engineering
    • Multi-Agent Oriented Software Engineering
    • Multi-Agent Programming Languages
    • Formal Framework for Multi-Agent Systems
    • Testing, Debugging of Multi-Agent Systems
    • Evaluation of Multi-Agent Systems
    • Efficiency and Complexity Issues
    • Scalability
    • Tools and Standards
    • Fault-Tolerance in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Mobile Agent Languages and Protocols
    • Multi-Agent Autonomic Architectures
  • Coordination
    • Multi-Agent Planning
    • Social Interactions in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Information Exchanges in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Learning and Self-Adaptation in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Agent Interaction Protocols
    • Social and organizational structures, institutions
    • Norms and normative behavior
    • Trust, reputation
    • Privacy, safety, security
  • Autonomous Auctions and Negotiation
    • Agent-Based Marketplaces
    • Auction Markets
    • Combinatorial Auctions
    • Hybrid Negotiation
    • Integrative Negotiation
    • Mediating Agents
    • Pricing Agents
    • Trading Agents
  • Autonomous Knowledge and Information Agents
    • Agent-Based Knowledge Discovery and Sharing
    • Autonomous Information Services
    • Distributed Knowledge Systems
    • Evolution of Topics, Trends, Knowledge Networks and Communities
    • Human-Agent Interaction
    • Information Filtering Agents
    • Agent-Based Knowledge Aggregation
    • Ontology-Based Services
    • Recommender Agent-Based Systems
    • Agent Mining
  • Distributed Problem Solving
    • Agent Networks in Distributed Problem Solving
    • Collective Group Behavior
    • Coordination and Cooperation
    • Distributed Intelligence
    • Distributed Search
    • Dynamics of Agent Groups and Populations
    • Market-Based Computing
    • Problem-Solving in Dynamic Environments
  • Applications
      • Agent-Based Cloud Computing
      • Agent-Based Assistants
      • Agent-Based Virtual Enterprise
      • Software and Pervasive Agents
      • Perceptive Animated Interfaces
      • Embodied Agents
      • Interface Agents
      • Virtual Humans
      • Games
      • Knowledge and Data Intensive Systems
    • Large-Scale Systems Applications
      • Social Applications
      • Policy Applications
      • Sustainability Applications
      • Brain Informatics (BI) Applications
      • Web Intelligence (WI) Applications
    • Social Simulation
      • Social Behavior Simulation
      • Social Inference
      • Social Networks
      • Social Norm Simulations
    • Ubiquitous Systems and e-Technology Agents
    • Intelligent Green Systems
      • Energy Efficient Cloud Systems
      • Energy Efficient Sensor Networks
      • Energy Efficient Data Center
      • Energy Efficient Smart Grids