The 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology

Milano, 15/09/2009 – 18/09/2009. Co-located with WI 2009.

Description

  The 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT 2009) will be jointly held with the 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence at the University of Milano Bicocca, Milano, Italy, and it will be sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Intelligent Informatics (TCII), the Web Intelligence Consortium (WIC), and ACM-SIGART.

IAT 2009 will provide a leading international forum to bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse fields, such as computer science, information technology, business, education, human factors, systems engineering, and robotics, to (1) examine the design principles and performance characteristics of various approaches in intelligent agent technology, and (2) increase the cross fertilization of ideas on the development of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems among different domains. By encouraging idea-sharing and discussions on the underlying logical, cognitive, physical, and sociological foundations as well as the enabling technologies of intelligent agents, IAT 2007 will foster the development of novel paradigms and advanced solutions in agent based computing. The joint organization of IAT 2009 and WI 2009 will provide an opportunity for technical collaboration beyond the two distinct research communities. A doctoral mentoring program will be also organized.

Topics of Interest

  • Autonomy-Oriented Computing (AOC)
    • Autonomy-Oriented Modeling and Computing Methods
    • Complex Behavior Characterization
    • Complex Systems Modeling and Simulation
    • Emergent Behavior
    • Hard Computational Problem Solving
    • Nature-Inspired Computing
    • Regularities and Models of AOC
    • Self-Organization in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Self-Organized Complex Networks
    • Swarm or Collective Intelligence
    • Unconventional, Self-Organized Computing Paradigms
  • Agent and Multi-Agent Systems Modeling
    • Complex Agent Behavior Modeling
    • Cognitive Architectures
    • Cognitive Modeling of Agents
    • Emotional Modeling
    • Neuroeconomics
    • Peer-to-Peer Models for Multi-Agent Systems
  • Agent and Multi-Agent Systems Engineering
    • Agent Oriented Sofware Engineering
    • Multi-Agent Oriented Software Engineering
    • Multi-Agent Programming Languages
    • Formal Framework for Multi-Agent Systems
    • Testing, Debugging of Multi-Agent Systems
    • Evaluation of Multi-Agent Systems
    • Efficiency and Complexity Issues
    • Scalability
    • Tools and Standards
    • Fault-Tolerance in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Mobile Agent Languages and Protocols
    • Multi-Agent Autonomic Architectures
  • Coordination
    • Multi-Agent Planning
    • Social Interactions in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Information Exchanges in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Learning and Self-Adaptation in Multi-Agent Systems
    • Agent Interaction Protocols
    • Social and organisational structures, institutions
    • Norms and normative behaviour
    • Trust, reputation
    • Privacy, safety, security
  • Autonomous Auctions and Negotiation
    • Agent-Based Marketplaces
    • Auction Markets
    • Combinatorial Auctions
    • Hybrid Negotiation
    • Integrative Negotiation
    • Mediating Agents
    • Pricing Agents
    • Trading Agents
  • Autonomous Knowledge and Information Agents
    • Agent-Based Knowledge Discovery and Sharing
    • Autonomous Information Services
    • Distributed Knowledge Systems
    • Evolution of Topics, Trends, Knowledge Networks and Communities
    • Human-Agent Interaction
    • Information Filtering Agents
    • Agent-Based Knowledge Aggregation
    • Ontology-Based Services
    • Recommender Agent-Based Systems
    • Agent Mining
  • Distributed Problem Solving
    • Agent Networks in Distributed Problem Solving
    • Collective Group Behavior
    • Coordination and Cooperation
    • Distributed Intelligence
    • Distributed Search
    • Dynamics of Agent Groups and Populations
    • Market-Based Computing
    • Problem-Solving in Dynamic Environments
  • Applications
    • Agent-Based Cloud Computing
    • Agent-Based Assistants
    • Agent-Based Virtual Enterprise
    • Software and Pervasive Agents
    • Perceptive Animated Interfaces
    • Embodied Agents
    • Interface Agents
    • Virtual Humans
    • Games
    • Knowledge and Data Intensive Systems
    • Large-Scale Systems Applications (e.g., Social, Policy, Sustainability, Brain Informatics (BI), and Web Intelligence (WI) Applications)
    • Social Simulation (e.g., Social Behavior, Social Inference, Social Networks, and Social Norms)
    • Ubiquitous Systems and e-Technology Agents
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Event

The 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology

— acronym

IAT 2009

— type

conference  

— series

IAT (2009)

— where

Milano

— when

15/09/2009–18/09/2009

Dates

— paper submission

10/04/2009

— notification

10/06/2009

— camera-ready

03/07/2009

URLs

home page
submission

APICe

— PC member

Andrea Omicini

— Program Vice-Chair#elsother role

Andrea Omicini

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