International Workshop on MAS for Complex Networks and Social Computation

Salamanca, Spain, 03/06/2015 – 05/06/2015
hosted by PAAMS'15

Many of the systems that can be found in our environment can be modeled
as complex adaptive systems that consist of a dynamic network of agents
(which may represent individuals, businesses, services, resources) that
perform a set of activities in parallel and react to what other agents
are doing. Multi-agent systems are considered a suitable tool for the
study of complex adaptive systems and especially those distributed and
dynamic. The Workshop MAS for Complex Networks and Social Computation is
focused on providing a forum in which researchers from academia from
many disciplines and methodological backgrounds to form a forum to
discuss ideas, research questions, recent results, and future challenges
in this emerging area of research and public interest.

Topics of Interest
  • Social computing
  • Complex networks
  • Bio-inspired complex systems
  • Social network analysis
  • Sensor networks
  • Urban systems and networks
  • Self-organizing dynamics on complex networks
  • Social contagion processes
  • Collective belief formation and revision
  • Information diffusion
  • Group formation, evolution and behavior analysis.
  • Community detection
  • Social simulation, cultural, opinion, and normative dynamics.
  • Agent-based simulation of social systems.
  • Search in complex networks
  • Incentives and complexity in social networks
  • Social problem solving
  • Complex network robustness and vulnerability


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