Proceedings of the First International Conference on Multiagent Systems
June 12-14, 1995, San Francisco
The first international conference on multiagent systems is organized as a joint effort of the North American Distributed Artificial Intelligence community, the Japanese Multiagent and Cooperative Computing community, and the European Modeling Autonomous Agents in a Multiagent World community, with support from AAAI and sanctioned by ECCAI. The Proceedings cover a broad spectrum of perspectives including artificial life, communications issues, and negotiation strategies.
- Agent Architectures.
- Artificial Life (from a multiagent perspective).
- Believable Agents.
- Cooperation, Coordination, and Conflict.
- Communcation Issues.
- Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations of Multiagent Systems.
- Development and Engineering Methodologies.
- Distributed Artificial Intelligence.
- Distributed Consensus and Algorithms for Multiagent Interaction.
- Distributed Search.
- Evaluation of Multiagent Systems.
- Integrated Testbeds and Development Environments.
- Intelligent Agents in Enterprise Integration Systems and Similar Types of Applications.
- Learning and Adaptation in Multiagent Systems.
- Multiagent Cooperative Reasoning from Distributed Heterogeneous Databases.
- Multiagent Planning and Planning for Multiagent Worlds.
- Negotiation Strategies (in both competitive and cooperative situations).
- Organization, Organizational Knowledge, and Organization Self-Design.
- Practical Applications of Multiagent Systems (enterprises, robotics, sensing, manufacturing).
- Resource Allocation in Multiagent Systems.
- Social Structures and their Signfiicance in Multiagent Systems.
- User Interface Issues for Multiagent Systems.
Distributed for AAAI Press