AAMAS 2007

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6th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems
Honolulu, Hawai'i, USA, 14/05/2007–18/05/2007

AAMAS is the premier scientific conference for research in autonomous agents and multiagent systems. The AAMAS conference series was initiated in 2002 as a merger of three highly respected individual conferences: the International Conference on Autonomous Agents, the International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages, and the International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems. The aim of the joint conference is to provide a single, high-profile, internationally respected archival forum for scientific research in the theory and practice of autonomous agents and multiagent systems. Click here for more information. AAMAS-07 is the sixth conference in the AAMAS series, following enormously successful previous conferences in Bologna, Italy (2002), Melbourne, Australia (2003), New York, USA (2004), Utrecht, The Netherlands (2005), and Hakodate, Japan (2006). AAMAS-07 will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. AAMAS 2007 is presented in cooperation with the ACM.

topics of interest

Topics of interest to AAMAS-07 include, but are not restricted to:

  • agent and multi-agent architectures
  • agent communication: languages, semantics, pragmatics, protocols
  • agent programming languages
  • agent standardizations in industry and commerce
  • agents and adjustable autonomy
  • agents and ambient intelligence
  • agents and cognitive models
  • agents and novel computing paradigms (e.g. autonomic, grid, P2P, ubiquitous computing)
  • agents, web services and semantic web
  • agent-based simulation and modeling
  • agent-mediated electronic commerce and trading agents
  • agent-oriented software engineering and agent-oriented methodologies
  • applications of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems
  • argumentation in agent systems
  • artificial social systems
  • auctions and electronic markets
  • autonomous robots and robot teams
  • coalition formation and teamwork
  • collective and emergent agent behavior
  • computational complexity in agent systems
  • constraint processing in agent systems
  • conventions, commitments, norms, social laws
  • conversation and dialog in agent systems
  • cooperative distributed problem solving in agent systems
  • cooperation and coordination among agents
  • electronic institutions
  • formal models of agency
  • frameworks, infrastructures and environments for agent systems
  • game theoretic foundations of agent systems
  • humanoid and sociable robots
  • information agents, brokering and matchmaking
  • legal issues raised by autonomous agents
  • logics for agent systems
  • mobile agents
  • (multi-)agent evolution, adaptation and learning
  • (multi-)agent planning
  • negotiation and conflict handling in agent systems
  • ontologies and agent systems
  • perception, action and planning in agents
  • performance evaluation of agent systems
  • privacy, safety and security in agent systems
  • scalability, robustness and dependability of agent systems
  • social choice mechanisms
  • social and organizational structures of agent systems
  • specification languages for agent systems
  • synthetic, embodied, emotional and believable agents
  • task and resource allocation in agent systems
  • computational autonomy
  • trust and reputation in agent systems
  • verification and validation of agent systems
  • other
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