Accepted Papers

  • Modelling Distributed Network Security in a Petri Net and Agent-based Approach
    Simon Adameit, Tobias Betz, Lawrence Cabac, Florian Hars, Marcin Hewelt, Michael Köhler-Bußmeier, Daniel Moldt, Dimitri Popov, José Quenum, Axel Theilmann, Thomas Wagner, Timo Warns and Wüstenberg Lars.
  • Price Prediction in Sports Betting Markets
    Juan M. Alberola, Ana Garcia-Fornes and Agustín Espinosa.
  • A Model Driven Development of Platform-neutral Agents
    Inmaculada Ayala, Mercedes Amor and Lidia Fuentes.
  • Do you get it? User-evaluated explainable BDI agents
    Joost Broekens, Maaike Harbers, Koen Hindriks, Karel van den Bosch, Catholijn Jonker and John-Jules Meyer.
  • Towards Distributed Agent Environments for Pervasive Healthcare
    Stefano Bromuri, Michael Schumacher and Kostas Stathis.
  • Inducing Desirable Behaviour through an Incentives Infrastructure
    Roberto Centeno, Holger Billhardt and Sascha Ossowski.
  • Normative Deliberation in Graded BDI Agents
    Natalia Criado, Estefania Argente and Vicent Botti.
  • Social Conformity and its Convergence for Reinforcement Learning
    Juan A. Garcia-Pardo, Jose Soler and Carlos Carrascosa.
  • Impact of Competition on Quality of Service in Demand Responsive Transit
    Ferdi Grootenboers, Mathijs de Weerdt and Mahdi Zargayouna.
  • Enhancing the Interoperability between Multiagent Systems and Service-Oriented Architectures through a Model-Driven Approach
    Christian Hahn, Sven Jacobi and David Raber.
  • Reputation in Multi Agent Systems and the Incentives to Provide Feedback
    Miriam Heitz, Stefan König and Torsten Eymann.
  • Agent Architectures for a Learning-Driven Modeling Methodology in Multiagent Simulation
    Robert Junges and Franziska Klügl.
  • SONAR/OREDI: A Tool for Creation and Deployment of Organisation Models
    Michael Köhler-Bußmeier and Endri Deliu.
  • A Novel formal specification approach for Real Time Multi-Agent System Functional Requirements
    Mohamed Amin Laouadi, Farid Mokhati and Hassina Seridi.
  • Colypan : A peer-to-Peer Architecture for a Project Management collaborative Learning System
    Hanaa Mazyad and Insaf Tnazefti-Kerkeni.
  • Unifying Agent and Component Concepts - Jadex Active Components
    Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach and Kai Jander.
  • Preference Generation for Autonomous Agents
    Umair Rafique and Shell Ying Huang.
  • Context-Aware Route Planning
    Adriaan ter Mors, Cees Witteveen, Jonne Zutt and Fernando Kuipers.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline
April 30 ,2010

Notification of Acceptance
May 28, 2010

Camera Ready Copy
June 13, 2010

Early registration
July 1, 2010

Conference Date
September 27, 2010


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