EUMAS 2013 Scientific Program

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December 12th

9:00-9:30 Welcome and reception

9:30-10:30 Invited talk by Mehdi Dastani (Auditorium - slides)

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Session 1 - Cognitive agents (Auditorium)

  • Florian Pecune, Magalie Ochs and Catherine Pelachaud.
    A formal model of social relations for artificial companions (slides)
  • Luca Sabatucci, Massimo Cossentino, Carmelo Lodato, Salvatore Lopes and Valeria Seidita.
    A possible approach for implementing self-a wareness in JASON
  • Jordi Sabater-Mir, Joan Cuadros and Pere Garcia.
    A framework that allows using a cognitive architecture to personalize recommendations in e-commerce (slides)

Chair: Mehdi Dastani


11:00-12:30 Session 2 - Learning (Salle des thèses)

  • Kleanthis Malialis and Daniel Kudenko.
    Large-scale DDoS response using cooperative reinforcement learning (slides)
  • Ronald Chu and Gerard Vreeswijk.
    Extending fictitious play with pattern recognition (slides)
  • Kyriakos Efthymiadis, Sam Devlin and Daniel Kudenko.
    Abstract MDP reward shaping for multi-agent reinforcement learning (slides)

Chair: Srdjan Vesic


12:30-14:15 Lunch break

14:15-16:15 Session 3 - Cooperation, conflict and adaptation (Auditorium)

  • Elizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons, A. Tuna Ozgelen, M. Q. Azhar, Todd Flyr, Jeffery Raphael and Eric Schneider.
    A practical approach to human/multi-robot teams (slides)
  • Francois Gatto, Marie-Pierre Gleizes and Lucas Elicegui.
    Saver: Self-adaptive energy saver (slides)
  • David King and Philip Breedon.
    A metric for hexagonal grid-world cooperative object recognition tasks for a swarm of agents (slides)
  • Carlos Lemos, Helder Coelho and Rui J. Lopes.
    Agent-based modeling of social conflict, civil violence and revolution: state-of-the-art-review and further prospects (slides)

Chair: Frederic Migeon


14:15-16:15 Session 4 - Voting, judgment aggregation and norms (Salle des thèses)

  • Dorothea Baumeister, Sylvain Bouveret, Jérôme Lang, Trung Thanh Nguyen, Jörg Rothe and Abdallah Saffidine.
    Positional scoring rules for the allocation of indivisible goods (slides)
  • Nardine Osman, Carles Sierra and Marco Schorlemmer.
    Charters for self-evolving communities (slides)
  • Bas Testerink, Mehdi Dastani and John-Jules Meyer.
    Norms in distributed organizations (slides)
  • Jérôme Lang, Marija Slavkovik and Srdjan Vesic.
    On the notion of separability in judgment aggregation

Chair: Laurent Perrussel


16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:45 Session 5 - Trust (Auditorium)

  • Guilherme Klein Da Silva Bitencourt, Ricardo Azambuja Silveira and Jerusa Marchi.
    TrustE: an emotional trust model for agents
  • Diana Adamatti, Cristiano Castelfranchi and Rino Falcone.
    Structural transitivity of trust in academic social networks using agent-based simulation

Chair: Jordi Sabater


16:45-17:45 Session 6 - MAS methodology and applications (Auditorium)

  • Luc Pons and Carole Bernon.
    A multi-agent system for autonomous control of game parameters (slides)
  • Juan Pablo Paz Grau and Andres Castillo Sanz.
    Test driven development of MAS (slides)
Chair: Dominique Longin

20:00 Gala dinner: Restaurant «Les Arcades», place du Capitole.


December 13th

9:15-10:15 Invited talk by Andrew Jones (Auditorium - slides)

10:15-10:45 Coffee break

10:45-12:45 Session 7 - LAMAS special track (Auditorium)

  • Natasha Alechina, Mehdi Dastani and Brian Logan.
    Reasoning about normative update (slides)
  • Lluis Godo and Enrico Marchioni.
    Logics for non-cooperative games with expectations (slides)
  • Robert Demolombe.
    Causality in the context of multiple agents (slides)
  • Zoé Christoff.
    A logic for social influence through communication (slides)

Chair: Philippe Balbiani


10:45-12:45 Short paper session (Salle des thèses)

  • Camila Thomasi and Antônio Carlos Costa.
    OrIAs: an artifact-based micro-organizational level infrastructure for multiagent systems
  • Valérian Guivarch, Valérie Camps, André Peninou and Simon Stuker.
    Dynamic filtering of useless data in an adaptive multi-agent system: evaluation in the ambient domain
  • Marc Pujol-Gonzalez, Jesus Cerquides, Pedro Meseguer and Juan Antonio Rodriguez-Aguilar.
    On binary Max-Sum and tractable HOPs
  • Lúcio Sanchez Passos, Rosaldo Rossetti and Joaquim Gabriel.
    Diagnosis of unwanted behaviours in multi-agent Systems (slides)
  • Utku Ketenci, Emmanuel Adam, Emmanuelle Grislin and Rene Mandiau.
    Volatile knowledge for mobile agents: application to autonomous vehicles management (slides)
  • Djamila Boukredera and Kamal Hariche.
    Decision making in multi-agent multi-issue negotiation using analytic hierarchy process
  • Victor Galvão and Luciano Coutinho.
    Organizational interface for computer games
  • Jérémy Boes, Frederic Migeon and François Gatto.
    Self-organizing agents to learn the control of heat engines

Chair: Carole Adam


12:45-14:15 Lunch break

14:15-15:30 Short paper session (Auditorium)

  • Laurence Cholvy.
    Second hand information and imperfect information sources (slides)
  • Carole Adam and Dominique Longin.
    Shame: when emotion and reasoning are linked (slides)
  • Asma Belhadi, Didier Dubois, Faiza Khellaf-Haned and Henri Prade.
    Reasoning about the opinions of groups of agents (slides)
  • Nicolas Paget, Gabriella Pigozzi and Olivier Barreteau.
    Information sharing for natural resources management (slides)
  • Sylvie Doutre and Laurent Perrussel.
    On enforcing a constraint in argumentation (slides)

Chair: Florence Bannay


14:15-15:30 Short paper session (Salle des thèses)

  • Marin Lujak and Marija Slavkovik.
    Retailer-group supplier assignment: comparison of two collaborative decision ma² models
  • Zeineb Graja, Frédéric Migeon, Christine Maurel, Marie-Pierre Gleizes, Amira Regayeg and Ahmed Hadj Kacem.
    A stepwise refinement based development of self-organizing multi-agent systems: application on the foraging ants (slides)
  • Leo van Moergestel, Erik Puik, Daniël Telgen and John-Jules Meyer.
    Multiagent-based agile manufacturing: requirement-driven low cost production (slides)
  • Nuno Trindade Magessi and Luis Antunes.
    Agent’s fear monitors the spread of greed in a social network (slides)
  • Matthis Gaciarz, Samir Aknine and Neïla Bhouri.
    A coalition-based approach for cooperative urban traffic regulation

Chair: Frédéric Moisan


15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:00: Open discussion session (Auditorium)

17:00 Closing of the workshop



December 30, 2013

The proceedings of EUMAS 2013 are available online

November 25, 2013

EUMAS 2013 program is online

November 20, 2013

List of accepted papers!

October 28, 2013

Registration is open!

July 10, 2013

Download the call for papers.

July 3, 2013

The website for EUMAS 2013 is now online.