AAMAS 2010

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9th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems
Toronto, ON, Canada, 02/05/2010–06/05/2010

AAMAS is the leading scientific conference for research in autonomous agents and multiagent systems. The AAMAS conference series was initiated in 2002 by merging three highly-respected meetings: International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS); International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL); and International Conference on Autonomous Agents (AA). 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. AAMAS-2010 is the Ninth conference in the AAMAS series, following enormously successful previous conferences, and will be held at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel in downtown Toronto. See the IFAAMAS wb site for more information on the AAMAS conference series.

topics of interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Agent Communication:
    • Agent commitments
    • Communication languages
    • Communication protocols
    • Speech act theory
  • Agent Cooperation:
    • Biologically-inspired approaches and methods
    • Collective intelligence
    • Distributed problem solving
    • Human-robot/agent interaction
    • Multi-user/multi-virtual-agent interaction
    • Teamwork, coalition formation, coordination
    • Incentives for Cooperation
    • Implicit Cooperation
  • Agent Reasoning:
    • Planning (single and multiagent)
    • Reasoning (single and multiagent)
    • Cognitive models
    • Knowledge representation
  • Agent Societies and Societal issues:
    • Artificial social systems
    • Environments, organisations and institutions
    • Ethical and legal issues
    • Peer to peer coordination
    • Privacy, safety and security
    • Social and organizational structure
    • Trust, reliability and reputation
  • Agent Theories, Models and Architectures:
    • BDI
    • Belief revision
    • Bounded rationality
    • Formal models of agency
    • Logic-based approaches and methods
    • Mobile agents
    • Modeling other agents and self
    • Modeling the dynamics of MAS
    • Reactive vs. deliberative approaches
    • Service oriented architectures
    • Verification of MAS
  • Agent-based simulation:
    • Artificial societies
    • Emergent behavior
    • Simulation techniques, tools and environments
    • Social simulation
  • Agent-based system development:
    • Agent development techniques, tools and environments
    • Agent programming languages
    • Agent specification or validation languages
    • Design languages for agent systems
    • Development environments
    • Programming languages
    • P2P, web services, grid computing
    • Software engineering (agent- or multi agent-oriented)
  • Agreement Technologies:
    • Argumentation
    • Collective decision making
    • Judgment aggregation and belief merging
    • Negotiation
    • Norms
  • Economic paradigms:
    • Electronic markets
    • Economically-motivated agents
    • Game Theory (cooperative and non-cooperative)
    • Social choice theory
    • Voting protocols
    • Artificial economies/markets
    • Auction and mechanism design
    • Bargaining and negotiation
  • Learning and Adaptation:
    • Computational architectures for learning
    • Reward structures for learning
    • Evolution, adaptation
    • Co-evolution
    • Single agent Learning
    • Multiagent Learning
  • Systems and Organisation:
    • Autonomic computing
    • Complex systems
    • Self-organisation
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