Multi-Agent Systems and Applications V: 5th International Central and Eastern European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems, CEEMAS 2007, Leipzig, Germany, September 25-27, 2007, Proceedings

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Hans-Dieter Burkhard, Gabriela Lindemann, Rineke Verbrugge, Laszlo Varga
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 17, 2007 - Computers - 356 pages
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The aim of the CEEMAS conference series is to provide a biennial forum for the presentation of multi-agent research and development results. With its p- ticular geographicalorientationtowards Central and EasternEurope, CEEMAS has become an internationally recognized event with participants from all over the world. After the successful CEEMAS conferences in St. Petersburg (1999), Cracow (2001), Prague (2003) and Budapest (2005), the CEEMAS 2007 c- ference took place in Leipzig. The Program Committee of the conference series consists of established researchers from the region and renowned international colleagues, showing the prominent rank of CEEMAS among the leading events in multi-agent systems. In the very competitive ?eld of agent-oriented conferences and workshops, (such as AAMAS, EUMAS, CIA, MATES) CEEMAS is special in trying to bridge the gap between applied research achievements and theoretical research activities. The ambition of CEEMAS is to provide a forum for presenting th- retical research with an evident application potential, implemented application prototypes and their properties, as well as industrial case studies of successful (or unsuccessful) agent technology deployments. This is why the CEEMAS p- ceedings provide a collection of research and application papers. The technical research paper section of the proceedings (see pages 1–290) contains pure - search papers as well as research results in application settings. The goal is to demonstrate the real-life value and commercial reality of multi-agent systems as well as to foster the communication between academia and industry in this ?eld.
 

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Contents

A Multiagent Approach for Range Image Segmentation
1
Abstractions of Multiagent Systems
11
AgentBased Network Protection Against Malicious Code
22
Agents Deliberating over Action Proposals Using the modelo Model
32
An Attacker Model for Normative Multiagent Systems
42
An Environment to Support MultiParty Communications in MultiAgent Systems
52
An Interaction Protocol for Agent Communication
62
Collaborative Attack Detection in HighSpeed Networks
73
The Agents Attitudes in Fuzzy Constraint Based Automated Purchase Negotiations
246
Towards a Model Driven Process for MultiAgent System
256
Towards an Epistemic Logic for Uncertain Agents
266
Towards Approximate BGI Systems
277
Verifying Dominant Strategy Equilibria in Auctions
288
Agent Environment and Knowledge inDistributed Join Calculus
298
AgentBased Architecture of Intelligent Distance Learning System
301
An Architecture and Framework for AgentBased Web Applications
304

Commitment Monitoring in a Multiagent System
83
Competencies and Profiles Management for Virtual Organizations Creation
93
Complexity of Verifying Game Equilibria
103
ComponentBased Development of Secure Mobile Agents Applications
113
Design Patterns for Selforganising Systems
123
Experience with Feedback Control Mechanisms in Selfreplicating MultiAgent Systems
133
Exploring Social Networks in Request for Proposal Dynamic Coalition Formation Problems
143
Formalizing ContextBased Behavioural Compatibility and Substitutability for Role Components in MAS
153
Governing Environments for AgentBased Traffic Simulations
163
Knowledge Driven Architecture for Home Care
173
A Logic for the Specification of Multiagent RealTime Systems
183
Modeling of Agents in Organizational Context
193
Motivations as an Abstraction of Metalevel Reasoning
204
How AgentOrientation Effects Software Structures
215
Simulating a Human Cooperative Problem Solving
225
Supporting Agent Organizations
236
Closing the Gap Between Organizational Models and MultiAgent System Deployment
307
Clustering Techniques in Automated Purchase Negotiations
310
Cooperative CBR System for Sharing Student Models in Cooperative Intelligent Tutoring Systems
313
Agent Diagnosing Child Care Diseases
316
FIPABased Interoperable Agent Mobility
319
A Multiagent OntologyDriven Guideline Enactment Engine
322
A Development Toolkit for RealTimeMultiAgent Systems
325
Models and Tools for Mulan Applications
328
Multiagent Architecture for Intelligent Tutoring Systems Interoperability in Health Education
331
Multiagent Planning in Sokoban
334
Ontology Matching in Communication and Web Services Composition for Agent Community
337
PluginAgents as Conceptual Basis for Flexible Software Structures
340
Selection of Efficient Production Management Strategies Using the Multiagent Approach
343
The Impact of Network Topology on Trade in Bartering Networks Devising and Assessing Network Information Propagation Mechanisms
346
Author Index
349
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