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Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 2004. AAMAS 2004. (2004)
New York, NY, USA
July 23, 2004 to July 23, 2004
ISBN: 1-58113-864-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Copyright (PDF)

pp. 0_5

Table of contents (PDF)

pp. 0_6-0_24

Preface (PDF)

pp. 0_25

Acknowledgements (PDF)

pp. 1_1

Award finalists (PDF)

pp. 1_8

Knowledge, rationality and action (PDF)

W. van der Hoek , University of Liverpool
pp. 16-23

Business process management: A killer app for agents? (PDF)

M.P. Singh , North Carolina State University
pp. 26

Instructions-based semantics of agent mediated interaction (Abstract)

M. Viroli , Universita degli Studi di Bologna a Cesena
pp. 102-109

Social judgment in multiagent interactions (PDF)

Wenji Mao , University of Southern California
pp. 210-217

Strategic deception in agents (PDF)

D. Christian , North Carolina State University
pp. 218-226

Self-protected mobile agents (PDF)

J. Ametller , Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
pp. 362-367

Solving distributed constraint optimization problems using cooperative mediation (PDF)

R. Mailler , University of Massachusetts, Department of Computer Science, Amherst, MA 01003
V. Lesser , University of Massachusetts, Department of Computer Science, Amherst, MA 01003
pp. 438-445

Using cooperative mediation to solve distributed constraint satisfaction problems (PDF)

R. Mailler , University of Massachusetts, Department of Computer Science, Amherst, MA 01003
V. Lesser , University of Massachusetts, Department of Computer Science, Amherst, MA 01003
pp. 446-453

On safe kernel stable coalition forming among agents (PDF)

B. Blankenburg , German Research Center for Artifical Intelligence, Deduction and Multiagent Systems
pp. 580-587

Bargaining with information (PDF)

J. Debenham , University of Technology
pp. 663-670

Negotiation-based price discrimination for information goods (PDF)

G. Koifman , Technion, Israel Institute Technology
pp. 679-686

The SPARK agent framework (PDF)

D. Morley , SRI International
pp. 714-721

Desires, norms and constraints (Abstract)

L. Cholvy , ONERA Toulouse
pp. 724-731

Normative agent reasoning in dynamic societies (PDF)

F.L. y Lopez , Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla
pp. 732-739

Trust-based mechanism design (PDF)

R.K. Dash , University of Southampton
pp. 748-755

A planner-independent collaborative planning assistant (PDF)

Hyeok-Soo Kim , University of Southern California
pp. 766-773

Reasoning about rationality and beliefs (PDF)

Y. Gal , Harvard University
pp. 774-781

Domain independent learning of ontology mappings (PDF)

F. Wiesman , Universiteit van Amsterdam
pp. 846-853

A comparison of fast search methods for real-time situated agents (PDF)

S. Koenig , University of Southern California
pp. 864-871

Executing agent UML diagrams (PDF)

L. Ehrler , Technische Universitat Dresden
pp. 906-913

Multiagent planning as control synthesis (PDF)

Kiam-Tian Seow , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 972-979

An architecture for persistent reactive behavior (PDF)

Dongkyu Choi , Computational Learning Laboratory, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 USA
M. Kaufman , Computational Learning Laboratory, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 USA
P. Langley , Computational Learning Laboratory, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 USA
N. Nejati , Computational Learning Laboratory, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 USA
D. Shapiro , Computational Learning Laboratory, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 USA
pp. 988-995

Multi-agent organisms for persistent computing (PDF)

K.N. Lodding , NASA Langley Research Center
pp. 1038-1045

Non-monotonic-offers bargaining protocol (PDF)

P. Winoto , University of Saskatchewan
pp. 1072-1079

Communications for improving policy computation in distributed POMDPs (PDF)

R. Nair , Computer Science Dept., Univ. of Southern California
M. Tambe , Computer Science Dept., Univ. of Southern California
M. Roth , Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
M. Yokoo , Dept. of Intelligent Systems, Kyushu University
pp. 1098-1105

Learning from multiple sources (PDF)

L. Nunes , ISCTE/FEUP/LIACC-NIAD&R
pp. 1106-1113

Embedded agents for district heating management (PDF)

P. Davidsson , Blekinge Institute of Technology
pp. 1148-1155

Cell modeling using agent-based formalisms (Abstract)

K. Webb , Sussex University
pp. 1190-1196

Risk management methods for speculative actions (PDF)

Y. Kitamura , Kwansei Gakuin University
pp. 1250-1251

Towards smart embodiment for virtual agents (PDF)

S. Brahnam , Southwest Missouri State University
pp. 1268-1269

On the role of knowledge in multi-agent opportunism (PDF)

J.H. Lawton , US Air Force Research Laboratory
pp. 1270-1271

Combinatorial auctions and knapsack problems (PDF)

T. Kelly , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
pp. 1280-1281

Learning cooperation through bidding (PDF)

R. Sun , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 1290-1291

A sociological framework for multiagent systems (PDF)

W.C. Stirling , Brigham Young University
pp. 1292-1293

Organization-based coalition formation (PDF)

S. Abdallah , University of Massachusetts
pp. 1296-1297

Selfish sensors in wireless micro-sensor networks (PDF)

A. Rogers , Electronics and Computer Science
pp. 1322-1323

Improving the learning rate by inducing a transition model (PDF)

R. Bridle , The Australian National University
pp. 1330-1331

Commitments for flexible business processes (PDF)

A.K. Chopra , North Carolina State University
pp. 1362-1363

A semantic approach for designing commitment protocols (PDF)

A.U. Mallya , North Carolina State University
pp. 1364-1365

Interactive POMDPs: properties and preliminary results (PDF)

P.J. Gmytrasiewicz , University of Illinois at Chicago
pp. 1374-1375

High-level behavior programming (PDF)

Thuc Vu , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 1384-1385

Model sharing in multiagent systems (PDF)

O. Olorunleke , University of Saskatchewan
pp. 1412-1413

Preference elicitation without numbers (PDF)

P.H.M.P. Roelofsma , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
pp. 1428-1429

A bayes net approach to argumentation (PDF)

S. Saha , The University of Tulsa
pp. 1436-1437

Investigation of reduction of traffic congestion with route information sharing (PDF)

T. Yamashita , National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
pp. 1446-1447

Multi-agent service description/discovery games (PDF)

Jun Wang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 1460-1461

Diagnosing a team of agents: scaling-up (PDF)

M. Kalech , Bar Ilan University
pp. 1474-1475

On communication in distributed constraint satisfaction (PDF)

Hyuckchul Jung , Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
pp. 1480-1481

Agent oriented design patterns: a case study (PDF)

S. Sauvage , universite de Caen
pp. 1496-1497

Allocating roles in extreme teams (PDF)

P. Scerri , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 1502-1503

Role-based approaches for agent development (PDF)

G. Cabri , Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia
pp. 1504-1505

Toward intelligent agents on quantum computers (PDF)

M. Klusch , German Research Center for Artifical Intelligence, Deduction and Multiagent Systems
pp. 1518-1519

Field-based motion coordination in quake 3 arena (PDF)

M. Mamei , Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia
pp. 1532-1533

Author index (PDF)

pp. 1541-1546
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