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17th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Grenoble, France, 02/06/2015 – 05/06/2015.
COORDINATION 2015 is the premier forum for publishing research results and experience reports on software technologies for collaboration and coordination in concurrent, distributed, and complex systems. The key focus of the conference is the quest for high-level abstractions that can capture interaction patterns and mechanisms occurring at all levels of the software architecture, up to the end-user domain. COORDINATION 2015 seeks high-quality contributions on the usage, study, formal analysis, design, and implementation of languages, models, and techniques for coordination in distributed, concurrent, pervasive, and multicore software systems. This edition also additionally seeks to adapt and integrate traditional COORDINATION techniques in the realm of multi-agent systems (MAS), which typically involve more corse-grained (cognitive, intelligent, goal-oriented) components.
Topics of Interest
  • Programming abstractions and languages
  • Coordination models and paradigms
  • Specification and verification
  • Foundations and types
  • Distributed middleware architectures
  • Multicore programming
  • Coordinated distributed applications
  • Bio-inspired computing models
  • Coordination mechanisms for self-adaptation and self-organisation
  • Teamwork and distributed problem solving
  • Collective intelligence
  • Auction and NegotiationArgumentation, trust, norms and reputation
  • Coordination mechanisms for rational agents
  • Coordination middleware for mobile agents
  • Coordination of federated MASs
APICe articles & volumes at COORDINATION 2015
Andrea Omicini, Giancarlo Fortino, Stefano Mariani
Blending Event-Based and Multi-Agent Systems around Coordination Abstractions
Coordination Models and Languages, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9037, 2-4 June 2015
APICe talks at COORDINATION 2015