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PRIMA 2018 : The 21st International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems

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Conference Series : Pacific Rim International Conference on Multi-Agents
 
Link: http://2018.prima-conference.org/
 
When Oct 29, 2018 - Nov 2, 2018
Where Tokyo, Japan
Submission Deadline Aug 1, 2018
Notification Due Sep 2, 2018
Final Version Due Sep 13, 2018
Categories    agents   multi-agent systems   artificial intelligence
 

Call For Papers

+++ FINAL SUBMISSION DUE: AUGUST 1, 2018 +++

+++ All accepted papers will be published in Springer LNCS/LNAI series +++

+++ Selected papers will be invited to a fast track of JAAMAS +++


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FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS:

The 21st International Conference on Principles and Practice of
Multi-Agent Systems (PRIMA 2018)
October 29 - November 2, 2018
AIST Tokyo Waterfront, Tokyo, Japan
http://2018.prima-conference.org/
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Software systems are becoming more intelligent in the kind of
functionality they offer users. At the same time, systems are becoming
more decentralized, with components that represent autonomous entities
who must communicate among themselves to achieve their goals. Examples
of such systems range from healthcare and emergency relief and
disaster management to e-business and smarts grids. A multiagent
worldview is crucial to properly conceptualizing, building, and
governing such systems. It offers abstractions such as intelligent
agent, protocol, norm, organization, trust, incentive, and so on, and
is rooted in solid computational and software engineering foundations.
As a large but still growing research field of Computer Science,
multiagent systems today remain a unique enabler of interdisciplinary
research.

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Important Dates
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Submission deadline: August 1, 2018 (11:59PM UTC-12) (EXTENDED!!)
Notification: September 2, 2018
Camera ready submission: September 13, 2018
Conference date: October 29 - November 2, 2018

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Invited Talks
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Planned plenary speakers include Prof. Manuela M. Veloso (CMU) and
Prof. Michael Luck (KCL). Further information will be announced soon.

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Information for Authors
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The PRIMA 2018 Program Committee invites submissions of original,
unpublished, theoretical and applied work strongly relevant to
multiagent systems, including reports on the development of prototype
and deployed agent systems, and of experiments that demonstrate novel
agent system capabilities. An indicative list of topics is provided
below.

The papers can be submitted to one of the following categories:
- Regular papers: These papers can be up to 16 pages in length in the
Springer LNCS format. Note that some regular papers may be accepted as
short papers.
- Short papers: These papers can be up to 8 pages in length in the
Springer LNCS format. These 'early-innovation' papers will be reviewed
with an emphasis on novelty/originality of the idea.

Note that all the submitted papers must be in a form suitable for
double-blind review. In order to make blind reviewing possible,
authors must omit their names and affiliations from the paper.

All accepted papers will be published in Springer's Lecture Notes in
Artificial Intelligence series (LNCS/LNAI).

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Special Issue
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Selected papers will also be invited to submit an extended version to
a fast track of the Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
(JAAMAS).

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Paper Submission
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Papers are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management
System: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=prima2018

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Topics of Interest
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Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:

* Logic and Reasoning
- Logics of agency
- Logics of multiagent systems
- Norms
- Argumentation
- Computational Game Theory
- Uncertainty in Agent Systems
- Agent and Multi-Agent Learning

* Engineering Multi-Agent Systems
- Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
- Interaction protocols
- Commitments
- Institutions and Organizations
- Normative Systems
- Formal Specification and Verification
- Agent Programming Languages
- Middleware and Platforms
- Testing, debugging, and evolution
- Deployed System Case Studies

* Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation
- Simulation Languages and Platforms
- Artificial Societies
- Virtual Environments
- Emergent Behavior
- Modeling System Dynamics
- Application Case Studies

* Collaboration & Coordination
- Planning
- Distributed Problem Solving
- Teamwork
- Coalition Formation
- Negotiation
- Trust and Reputation

* Economic paradigms
- Auctions and mechanism design
- Bargaining and negotiation
- Behavioral game theory
- Cooperative games: theory & analysis
- Cooperative games: computation
- Noncooperative games: theory & analysis
- Noncooperative games: computation
- Social choice theory
- Game theory for practical applications

* Human-Agent Interaction
- Adaptive Personal Assistants
- Embodied Conversational Agents
- Virtual Characters
- Multimodal User Interfaces
- Mobile Agents
- Human-Robot Interaction

* Decentralized Paradigms
- Grid Computing
- Service-Oriented Computing
- Cybersecurity
- Robotics and Multirobot Systems
- Ubiquitous Computing
- Social Computing
- Internet of Things

* Application Domains for Multi-Agent Systems
- Healthcare
- Autonomous Systems
- Transport and Logistics
- Emergency and Disaster Management
- Energy and Utilities Management
- Sustainability and Resource Management
- Games and Entertainment
- e-Business, e-Government, and e-Learning
- Smart Cities
- Financial markets
- Legal applications

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Committee
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General Chairs:
- Itsuki Noda (AIST, Japan)
- Tran Cao Son (New Mexico State University, USA)
- Tony Savarimuthu (University of Otago, New Zealand)

Program Chairs:
- Nir Oren (University of Aberdeen, UK)
- Tim Miller (University of Melbourne, AU)
- Yuko Sakurai (AIST, Japan)

Finance Chair:
- Taiki Todo (Kyushu University, Japan)

Web Chair:
- Yuu Nakajima (Toho University, Japan)

Publicity Chairs:
- Koichi Moriyama (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
- Quan Bai (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)

Social Events Chair:
- Yuichi Sei (The university of Electro-Communications, Japan)

Sponsorship Chair:
- Fujio Toriumi (The university of Tokyo, Japan)

Workshop/Tutorial Chairs:
- Kiyoshi Izumi (The university of Tokyo, Japan)
- Jiamou Liu (Auckland University, New Zealand)
- Hiroki Sakaji (The university of Tokyo, Japan)
- Takashi Shimada (The university of Tokyo, Japan)
- Yasuhiro Matsushima (The university of Tokyo, Japan)

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