International Workshop on Engineering Societies in the Agents’ World (2000—2009)

The ESAW workshop is devoted to discuss technologies, methodologies and models for the engineering of complex applications based on multiagent systems (MAS), by bringing together researchers and contributions from both within and outside the DAI field – from the Software Engineering, Distributed Systems, Social Sciences, and so on –, so as to promote cross-fertilisation. By focussing on the social aspects of MAS, ESAW concentrates on the space of agent interaction, rather than on intra-agent issues, and on the technology and methodology issues rather than on the pure theoretical aspects.

10 events in the series
page_white_acrobat A Goal-Oriented Approach for Modelling Self-organising MAS (2009) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World X (2009) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World IX (2009) • page_white_acrobat RBAC-MAS & SODA: Experimenting RBAC in AOSE (2009) • page_white_acrobat RBAC-MAS & SODA: Experimenting RBAC in AOSE (2008) • page_white_acrobat From AOSE Methodologies to MAS Infrastructures: The SODA Case Study (2007) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents’ World VIII (2008) • page_white_acrobat From AO Methodologies to MAS Infrastructures: The SODA Case Study (2008) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World VII (2007) • page_white_acrobat SODA: A Roadmap to Artefacts (2005) • page_white_acrobat SODA: A Roadmap to Artefacts (2006) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World VI (2006) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World V (2005) • page_white_acrobat Preface (2005) • page_white_acrobat Preface (2004) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World IV (2004) • page_white_acrobat Using Swarm Intelligence in Linda Systems (2004) • page_white_acrobat MAS Organization within a Coordination Infrastructure: Experiments in TuCSoN (2004) • page_white_acrobat Integrating and Orchestrating Services upon an Agent Coordination Infrastructure (2004) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World III (2003) • page_white_acrobat Towards a Methodology for Coordination Mechanism Selection in Open Systems (2003) • page_white_acrobat Activity Theory as a Framework for MAS Coordination (2003) • page_white_acrobat Co-fields: Towards a Unifying Approach to the Engineering of Swarm Intelligent Systems (2003) • page_white_acrobat Signs of a Revolution in Computer Science and Software Engineering (2003) • page_white_acrobat Preface (2001) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World II (2001) • page_white_acrobat Engineering Societies in the Agents World (2000) • page_white_acrobat Context-Dependency in Internet-Agent Coordination (2000) • page_white_acrobat Preface (2000)