Program

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
08:30 – 13:30 MATES Doctoral Consortium
14:00 – 15:00 Session A1. Mechanisms, Negotiation & Game Theory 1
(Session Chair: Jörg P. Müller)
MATES 2014 Welcome
Social Choice Theory as a Foundation for Multiagent Systems
Keynote – Ulle Endriss
15:30 – 17:00 Session A2. Mechanisms, Negotiation & Game Theory 2
(Session Chair: Ulle Endriss)
A Boolean Game Based Modeling of Socio-Technical Systems
Nils Bulling
Evaluating Strategies for Penny Auctions using Multi-Agent Systems
Fabian Lorig, Matthias Gräf, Steffen Walter and Ingo J. Timm
Robustness Analysis of Negotiation Strategies through Multiagent Learning in Repeated Negotiation Games
Jianye Hao, Siqi Chen, Gerhard Weiss, Ho-Fung Leung and Karl Tuyls
A Negotiation-Based Genetic Framework for Multi-Agent Credit Assignment
Kaveh Pashaei, Fattaneh Taghiyareh and Kambiz Badie
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
morning opportunity to attend INFORMATIK 2014 talks
13:30 – 15:00 Session B. Multiagent Planning and Control
(Session Chair: Michael Weyrich)
Multi-Agent Systems in Industrial Automation
Keynote – Peter Göhner
Orchestrating the Sequential Execution of Tasks by a Heterogeneous set of Asynchronous Mobile Agents
Shashi Shekhar Jha and Shivashankar Nair
A Conceptual Framework of a Decision Support System for Operational Dispatching of Agricultural Bulk Goods – An Agent-based Approach
Jens Mehmann and Frank Teuteberg
15:30 – 17:00 Session C. MAS Engineering
(Session Chair: Ingo J. Timm)
Complexity Measurement of Multi-Agent Systems
Marir Toufik, Farid Mokhati, Hassina Seridi and Zouheyr Tamrabet
Extensible Java EE-based Agent Framework in Clustered Environments
Dejan Mitrovic, Mirjana Ivanovic, Milan Vidakovic and Zoran Budimac
Programming BDI Agents with Pure Java
Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach, Christopher Haubeck and Jan Ladiges
Thursday, September 25, 2014
09:00 – 10:00 Session D1. Agents and AI 1 (jointly with KI 2014)
(Session Chair: Carsten Lutz)
Probabilistic Techniques for Mobile Robot Navigation
Keynote – Wolfram Burgard
10:30 – 12:00 Session D2. Agents and AI 2 (jointly with KI 2014)
(Session Chair: Nils Bulling)
Minimizing Necessary Observations for Nondeterministic Planning
Robert Mattmüller, Manuela Ortlieb and Erik Wacker
Planning with Numeric Key Performance Indicators over Dynamic Organizations of Intelligent Agents
Florian Pantke, Stefan Edelkamp and Otthein Herzog
Automatic Identification of Human Strategies by Cognitive Agents
Felix Steffenhagen, Rebecca Albrecht, Marco Ragni
Employing Automatic Temporal Abstractions to Accelerate Utile Suffix Memory Algorithm
Erkin Çilden and Faruk Polat
13:30 – 15:00 Session E. Energy / Smart Grid (jointly with Theme Day Energy Informatics)
(Session Chair: Jörg P. Müller)
A Business Process Model for the Reverse Logistics of Used Electric Vehicle Batteries
Benjamin Klör, Sebastian Bräuer, Daniel Beverungen
Using multi-attribute combinatorial auctions for resource allocation
Ferran Torrent, Albert Pla and Beatriz López
The Effects of Variation on Solving a Combinatorial Optimization Problem in a Collaborative Multi-Agent System
Christian Hinrichs and Michael Sonnenschein
15:30 – 17:00 Session F. Agent-oriented Modeling and Simulation
(Session Chair: Alexander Pokahr)
AGADE – How individual guidance leads to group behaviour and how this can be simulated
Thomas Farrenkopf, Michael Guckert, Benjamin Hoffmann and Neil Urquhart
A tree-based context model to optimize multiagent simulation
Flavien Balbo, Mahdi Zargayouna and Fabien Badei
Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation of the Emotional and Behavioral Dynamics of Human Civilians during Emergency Situations
Mouna Belhaj, Fahem Kebair and Lamjed Ben Said
MATES 2014 Wrap-Up
ca. 17:00 End of MATES 2014


Accepted Papers for MATES 2014

Accepted for long presentation
Florian Pantke, Stefan Edelkamp and Otthein Herzog. Planning with Numeric Key Performance Indicators over Dynamic Organizations of Intelligent Agents
Thomas Farrenkopf, Michael Guckert, Benjamin Hoffmann and Neil Urquhart. AGADE – How individual guidance leads to group behaviour and how this can be simulated
Nils Bulling. A Boolean Game Based Modeling of Socio-Technical Systems
Shashi Shekhar Jha and Shivashankar Nair. Orchestrating the Sequential Execution of Tasks by a Heterogeneous set of Asynchronous Mobile Agents
Marir Toufik, Farid Mokhati, Hassina Seridi and Zouheyr Tamrabet. Complexity Measurement of Multi-Agent Systems
Dejan Mitrovic, Mirjana Ivanovic, Milan Vidakovic and Zoran Budimac. Extensible Java EE-based Agent Framework in Clustered Environments
Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach, Christopher Haubeck and Jan Ladiges. Programming BDI Agents with Pure Java
Fabian Lorig, Matthias Gräf, Steffen Walter and Ingo J. Timm. Evaluating Strategies for Penny Auctions using Multi-Agent Systems
Jianye Hao, Siqi Chen, Gerhard Weiss, Ho-Fung Leung and Karl Tuyls. Robustness Analysis of Negotiation Strategies through Multiagent Learning in Repeated Negotiation Games
Accepted for short presentation
Flavien Balbo, Mahdi Zargayouna and Fabien Badeig. A tree-based context model to optimize multiagent simulation
Erkin Çilden and Faruk Polat. Employing Automatic Temporal Abstractions to Accelerate Utile Suffix Memory Algorithm
Mouna Belhaj, Fahem Kebair and Lamjed Ben Said. Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation of the Emotional and Behavioral Dynamics of Human Civilians during Emergency Situations
Ferran Torrent, Albert Pla and Beatriz López. Using multi-attribute combinatorial auctions for resource allocation
Christian Hinrichs and Michael Sonnenschein. The Effects of Variation on Solving a Combinatorial Optimization Problem in a Collaborative Multi-Agent System
Kaveh Pashaei, Fattaneh Taghiyareh and Kambiz Badie. A Negotiation-Based Genetic Framework for Multi-Agent Credit Assignment
Jens Mehmann and Frank Teuteberg. A Conceptual Framework of a Decision Support System for Operational Dispatching of Agricultural Bulk Goods – An Agent-based Approach