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Multi-Agent Systems, International Conference on (1998)
Paris, France
July 3, 1998 to July 7, 1998
ISBN: 0-8186-8500-X
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface (PDF)

pp. xiii

Organization (PDF)

pp. xv
Invited Speakers Talk
Papers

How to Explore your Opponent's Strategy (almost) Optimally (Abstract)

David Carmel , Computer Science Department, Technion, Israel
Shaul Markovitch , Computer Science Department, Technion, Israel
pp. 64

Poaching and Distraction in Asynchronous Agent Activities (Abstract)

Victor R. Lesser , University of Massachusetts
Mike H. Chia , University of Massachusetts
Daniel E. Neiman , University of Massachusetts
pp. 88

Asynchronous Organizations for Solving the Point-to-Point Connection Problem (Abstract)

Cláudio Nogueira de Meneses , State University of Campinas
Fernando de Carvalho Gomes , Universidade Federal do Cear?
Allan G. Lima , State University of Cear?
Carlos S. Oliveira , State University of Cear?
pp. 144
Posters

Functional Integrity of MAS through the Dynamics of the Agents' Population (Abstract)

Edward Nawarecki , University of Mining and Metallurgy
Grzegorz Dobrowolski , University of Mining and Metallurgy
Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki , University of Mining and Metallurgy
Krzysztof Cetnarowicz , University of Mining and Metallurgy
pp. 405

Dynamics in Transition Mental Activity (Abstract)

Rosa Viccari , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Helder Coelho , University of Lisbon
Milton Corrêa , Federal Bureau of Data Process
pp. 409

Zooming on a Multiagent Simulation System: From the Conceptual Architecture to the Interaction Protocol (Abstract)

Rémy Courdier , IREMIA, University of La R?union,
Stéphane Calderoni , IREMIA, University of La R?union,
Pierre Marcenac , IREMIA, University of La R?union,
pp. 411

Dynamic Social Knowledge: A Cognitive Multi-Agent System Cooperation Strategy (Abstract)

Augusto C.P.L. da Costa , Universidade Federal Santa Catarina - UFSC
Guilherme Bittencourt , Universidade Federal Santa Catarina - UFSC
pp. 415

Modeling Adaptive Organizations (Abstract)

Vincent Chevrier , LORIA & INRIA Lorraine
Rémy Foisel , LORIA & INRIA Lorraine
Jean-Paul Haton , LORIA & INRIA Lorraine
pp. 427

Multi-Agent Technology for Planning, Scheduling, and Resource Allocation (Abstract)

A. Lebedev , St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation
V. Gorodetski , St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation
pp. 429

Partial Plan Recognition with Incomplete Information (Abstract)

Jung-Jin Lee , University of Connecticut
Robert McCartney , University of Connecticut
pp. 445

Negotiations with Inaccurate Payoff Values (Abstract)

Shigeo Matsubara , NTT Communication Science Laboratories
Makoto Yokoo , NTT Communication Science Laboratories
pp. 449

An Adaptive Choice of Messaging Protocol in Multi Agent Systems (Abstract)

Chris Preist , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Bristol
Siani Pearson , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Bristol
pp. 457

Neural Synthesis of Teleo-Reactive Programs (Abstract)

Jose Ramírez , Universidad Simon Bolivar
pp. 459

Index of Authors (PDF)

pp. 485
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