AAMAS 2011

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10th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems
Taipei, Taiwan, 02/05/2011–06/05/2011


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-2011 is the Tenth conference in the AAMAS series, following enormously successful previous conferences, and will be held at the Taipei International Convention Center, Taipei, Taiwan.  See http://www.ifaamas.org 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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page_white_acrobatDistributed Model Shaping for Scaling to Decentralized POMDPs with Hundreds of Agents (paper in proceedings, 2011) — Prasanna Velagapudi, Pradeep Varakantham, Katia Sycara, Paul Scerri
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