09:15 - 10:45 - Room MR.05 Parallel Session 4 - Artificial Intelligence and Agents
  • 34: Quantified Epistemic and Probabilistic ATL Henning Schnoor
  • 93: Evaluation of a Self-organizing Heuristic for Interdependent Distributed Search Spaces Christian Hinrichs, Michael Sonnenschein and Sebastian Lehnhoff
  • 105: Evolution of Cooperation in Packet Forwarding with the Random Waypoint Model Jeffrey Hudack, Nathaniel Gemelli and Jae Oh
09:15 - 10:45 - Room MR.06 Parallel Session 4 - Artificial Intelligence
  • 17: Modal Semirings with Operators for Knowledge Representation Kim Solin
  • 228: A Top-down Approach to Combining Logics Christoph Benzmüller
  • 237: Ontologies for Authoring, or Authoring Ontologies? Diana Arellano, Javier Varona and Volker Helzle
  • 264: Enhancing Clustering Technique with Knowledge-based System to Plan the Social Infrastructure Services Hesham A. Salman, Lamiaa Fattouh Ibrahim and Zaki Fayed
10:45 Coffee-Break (10:45 - 11:00)
11:00 - 13:00 - Room MR.05 Parallel Session 5 - Agents
  • 195: ERAM - Evacuation Routing using Ant Colony Optimization over Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Alejandro Avilés del Moral, Munehiro Takimoto and Yasushi Kambayashi
  • 11: Soft Control of Swarms - Analytical Approach Guillaume Sartoretti and Max-Olivier Hongler
  • 196: A Self-organizing Multi-Agent System for Combining Method Fragments Noélie Bonjean, Marie-Pierre Gleizes, Christine Maurel and Frédéric Migeon
  • 201: Efficient Self Adapting Agent Organizations Kamilia Ahmadi and Vicki H. Allan
  • 247: Trusted Community - A Trust-based Multi-Agent Organisation for Open Systems Lukas Klejnowski, Yvonne Bernard, Gerrit Anders, Christian Müller-Schloer and Wolfgang Reif
11:00 - 13:00 - Room MR.06 Parallel Session 5 - Artificial Intelligence and Agents
  • 10: Associative Reinforcement Learning - A Proposal to Build Truly Adaptive Agents and Multi-agent Systems Eduardo Alonso and Esther Mondragón
  • 33: Multiparty Argumentation Game for Consensual Expansion Stefano Bromuri and Maxime Morge
  • 74: CPNT-Jade Framework - Developing Agent-based Control of Discrete Event Systems Andrzej Bożek and Marian Wysocki
  • 91: Cargo Transportation Models Analysis using Multi-Agent Adaptive Real-Time Truck Scheduling System Oleg Granichin, Petr Skobelev, Alexander Lada, Igor Mayorov and Alexander Tsarev
13:00 Lunch (13:00 - 14:30)
14:30 - 16:00 - Room MR.05 Parallel Session 6 - Artificial Intelligence and Agents
  • 130: Managing Personality Influences in Dialogical Agents Jean-Paul Sansonnet and François Bouchet
  • 151: Towards Computational Models for a Long-term Interaction with an Artificial Conversational Companion Sviatlana Danilava, Stephan Busemann, Christoph Schommer and Gudrun Ziegler
  • 258: Grateful Agents and Agents that Hold a Grudge - The Role of Affective Behaviors in Sustained Multi-agent Interactions César F. Pimentel
14:30 - 16:00 - Room MR.06 Parallel Session 6 - Artificial Intelligence
  • 52: Empirical Evaluation of Shortest Path Gaussian Kernels over State Action Graphs Saba Q. Yahyaa and Bernard Manderick
  • 134: Knowledge Gradient Exploration in Online Least Squares Policy Iteration Saba Q. Yahyaa and Bernard Manderick
  • 155: Efficient Online Feature Selection based on ℓ1-Regularized Logistic Regression Kengo Ooi and Takashi Ninomiya
  • 234: Two Sides of a Coin - Translate while Classify Multilanguage Annotations with Domain Ontology-driven Word Sense Disambiguation Massimiliano Gioseffi and Angela Locoro
16:00 - 17:00 - Foyer Posters Session 2
  • 8: Right-based Coordination for Environments with Changing Complexity - Results in Traffic Simulation Eduardo Alonso and Peter Kristofersson-Izmajlow
  • 21: Fault Tolerance through Interaction and Mutual Cooperation in Hierarchical Multi – Agent Systems Rade Stanković and Maja Štula
  • 28: Evidencing the “Robot Phase Transition” in Human-agent Experimental Financial Markets John Cartlidge and Dave Cliff
  • 47: Group Formation and Knowledge Sharing in Pedestrian Egress Simulation Kyle D. Feuz and Vicki H. Allan
  • 58: Performance Evaluation for Autonomous Mobile Robots David Trejo, Nelson Biedma, Daniela López De Luise, Lucas Rancez, Gabriel Barrera and Leonardo Isoba
  • 65: Ontology of Offers According to Ingarden’s Theory of Individual Objects Jan Andreasik
  • 78: Autonomous Aquatic Agents A. Calce, P. Mojiri Forooshani, A. Speers, K. Watters, T. Young and M. Jenkin
  • 112: A Fuzzy Logic Model for Real-time Incident Detection in Urban Road Network Faisal Ahmed and Yaser E. Hawas
  • 132: Cooperative Self-organization of Agents for Optimization - The Electrical Wiring Example Stéphanie Combettes, Pierre Glize, Thomas Sontheimer and Sylvain Rougemaille
  • 135: Multi-agent Case-based Reasoning Inference Engine Proposal for Reusable Robotics Francisco Gindre, D. Kotlirevsky, S. Scaine, N. Jafelle Fraga and M. Daniela López De Luise
  • 140: How Women Think Robots Perceive Them – as if Robots were Men Matthijs A. Pontier and Johan F. Hoorn
  • 150: Method of Enriching Queries in Process of Information Retrieval in Arabic Souheyl Mallat, Anis Zouaghi, Mounir Zrigui and Emma Hkiri
  • 170: An Interface Agent for the Management of COTS-based User Interfaces Jose F. Sobrino, Javier Criado, Jesus Vallecillos, Nicolas Padilla and Luis Iribarne
  • 175: Simulation of University Education Process Jiří Jelínek
  • 185: Formalizing SIMBA RTMAS Models using Real-time Maude Toufik Marir, Farid Mokhati and Hassina Seridi-Bouchelaghem
  • 186: Strategic Reorganization in Geographically Dispersed Multi-Agent Systems - A Case Study using Cow Herding Scenario Maryamossadat N. Mahani and Arvin Agah
  • 225: An Argumentation System with Indirect Attacks Kazuko Takahashi
  • 230: Trekking Navigation System using Opportunistic Communication Yasuhiko Kitamura, Shunsuke Nosaka, Hirofumi Kishino and Yui Okuda
  • 256: A Method of Conceptual Modelling for Realistic Training Scenarios Inna Shvartsman, Kuldar Taveter and Merik Meriste
  • 257: From 7 to 77 - I Teach You and You Teach Me! Tiago Amaral and Isabel Machado Alexandre
16:30 Coffee-Break (16:30 - 16:45)
17:00 - 18:30 - Room MR.05 Parallel Session 7 - Agents
  • 125: Multiagent Model to Reduce the Bullwhip Effect Borja Ponte and David de la Fuente
  • 128: Exploring Assignment-Adaptive (ASAD) Trading Agents in Financial Market Experiments Steve Stotter, John Cartlidge and Dave Cliff
  • 161: Multi-player Multi-issue Negotiation with Mediator using CP-nets Thiri Haymar Kyaw, Sujata Ghosh and Rineke Verbrugge
17:00 - 18:30 - Room MR.06 Parallel Session 7 - Artificial Intelligence
  • 39: A Graph-based Disambiguation Approach for Construction of an Expert Repository from Public Online Sources Anna Hristoskova, Elena Tsiporkova, Tom Tourwé, Simon Buelens, Mattias Putman and Filip De Turck
  • 51: The State of the Art in the Development of a Versatile Argumentation System based on the Logic of Multiple-valued Argumentation Satoru Tannai, Shogo Ohta, Takeshi Hagiwara, Hajime Sawamura and Jacques Riche
  • 142: Data Mining for Real-Time Intelligent Decision Support System in Intensive Care Medicine Filipe Portela, Manuel Filipe Santos, Álvaro Silva, José Machado, António Abelha and Fernando Rua
  • 244: Agents and Analytics - A Framework for Educational Data Mining with Games based Learning Harri Ketamo