Accepted papers

The acceptance rate of full papers is 30% and the acceptance rate for short papers is 25%.

Full papers

Paper 2 – Emotional Multiagent Reinforcement Learning in Social Dilemmas. Chao Yu, Minjie Zhang and Fenghui Ren

Paper 9 – Higher-order theory of mind in negotiations under incomplete information. Harmen De Weerd, Rineke Verbrugge and Bart Verheij

Paper 14 – Reaching your goals without spilling the beans: Boolean secrecy games. Nils Bulling, Sujata Ghosh and Rineke Verbrugge

Paper 16 – An Efficient Route Minimization Algorithm for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows based on Agent Negotiation. Petr Kalina, Jiří Vokřínek and Vladimír Mařík

Paper 21 – Incorporating PGMs into a BDI architecture. Yingke Chen, Jun Hong, Weiru Liu, Lluís Godo, Carles Sierra and Michael Loughlin

Paper 23 – Evaluating the Cost of Enforcement by Agent-based Simulation: A Wireless Mobile Grid Example. Tina Balke, Julian Padget and Marina De Vos

Paper 24 – Compliant business process design by declarative specifications. Francesco Olivieri, Guido Governatori, Simone Scannapieco and Matteo Cristani

Paper 25 – A methodology for plan revision under norm and outcome compliance. Simone Scannapieco, Guido Governatori, Francesco Olivieri and Matteo Cristani

Paper 26 – A Human-Inspired Collision Avoidance Method for Multi-robot and Mobile Autonomous Robots. Fan Liu and Ajit Narayanan

Paper 28 – Defendable Security in Interaction Protocols. Wojtek Jamroga, Matthijs Melissen and Henning Schnoor

Paper 32 – The Impact of Exchanging Opinions in Political Decision-making on Voting by Using Multi-agent Simulation. Yuichiro Sudo, Shohei Kato and Atsuko Mutoh

Paper 34 – Improving the reactivity of BDI agent programs. Hoa Khanh Dam, Tiancheng Zhang and Aditya Ghose

Paper 36 – SAT-based Bounded Model Checking for Weighted Interpreted Systems and Weighted Linear Temporal Logic . Bozena Wozna-Szczesniak, Andrzej Zbrzezny and Agnieszka Zbrzezny

Paper 38 – Non-Standard Uses of PIRIKA: Pilot of the Right Knowledge and Argument. Hajime Sawamura

Paper 46 – Social Norm Recommendation in Virtual Agent Societies. Bastin Tony Roy Savarimuthu, Julian Padget and Maryam A. Purvis

Paper 49 – Designing a Multiagent System for Course-Offering Determination. Fuhua Lin and Wu Chen

Paper 53 – Strategy-proof mechanisms for the k-winner selection problem. Yuko Sakurai, Tenda Okimoto, Masaaki Oka and Makoto Yokoo

Paper 56 – Procedural Justice and `Fitness for Purpose’ of Self-Organising Electronic Institutions. Jeremy Pitt, Dídac Busquets and Regis Riveret

Paper 58 – A Multi-agent Based Migration Model for Evolving Cooperation in the Spatial N-Player Snowdrift Game. Raymond Chiong and Michael Kirley

Paper 59 – Norm Representation and Reasoning: a Formalization in Event Calculus. Wagdi Alrawagfeh

Paper 62 – Embedding Preference Ordering for Single-phase Self-stabilizing DCOP Solvers. Toshihiro Matsui, Marius Silaghi, Katsutoshi Hirayama, Makoto Yokoo and Hiroshi Matsuo

Paper 76 – Agents homogeneous: A procedurally anonymous semantics characterizing the homogeneous fragment of ATL. Sjur Kristoffer Dyrkolbotn and Truls Pedersen

Paper 78 -GAMA v. 1.6: Advancing the art of complex agent-based modeling and simulation. Arnaud Grignard, Patrick Taillandier, Benoit Gaudou, Nghi Quang Huynh, Duc-An Vo and Alexis Drogoul

Paper 85 – A Reliability Analysis Technique for Estimating Sequentially Coordinated Multirobot Mission Performance. John Porter, Kawa Cheung, Joseph Giampapa and John Dolan

Short papers

Paper 7 – Computational Model of Affective Moral Decision Making that predicts Human Criminal Choices. Matthijs Pontier, Jean-Louis van Gelder and Reinout de Vries

Paper 8 – Repeated Auctions for Reallocation of Tasks with Pickup and Delivery upon Robot Failure. Bradford Heap and Maurice Pagnucco

Paper 10 – Context-Aware Mobile Augmented Reality for Library Management. Adrian Shatte, Jason Holdsworth and Ickjai Lee

Paper 11 – Estimating Arrival Time of Pedestrian Using Walking Logs. Yui Okuda and Yasuhiko Kitamura

Paper 15 – Information Dependencies in MCS: Conviviality-Based Model and Metrics. Patrice Caire and Antonis Bikakis

Paper 20 – Lightweight Distributed Adaptive Algorithm for Voting Procedures by using Network Average Consensus. Clement Duhart, Michel Cotsaftis and Cyrille Bertelle

Paper 33 – A New Ant Colony Optimization Method Considering Intensification and Diversification. Mitsuru Haga and Shohei Kato

Paper 35 – Decentralized Area Partitioning for a Cooperative Cleaning Task. Chihiro Kato and Toshiharu Sugawara

Paper 39 – Evaluating the Impact of Human-Agent Teamwork Communication Model (HAT-CoM) on the Development of Shared Mental Model. Nader Hanna, Deborah Richards and Michael Hitchens

Paper 50 – Agent’s Strategy in Multiple-Issue Negotiation Competition and Analysis of Result. Shota Morii and Takayuki Ito

Paper 51 – Towards semantic merging of versions of BDI agent systems. Yingzhi Gou, Hoa Khanh Dam and Aditya Ghose

Paper 55 – A Framework for Analyzing Simultaneous Negotiations. Yoshinori Tsuruhashi and Naoki Fukuta

Paper 57 – A Computational Agent Model of Physical Activity Based on Social Cognitive Theory. Julienka Mollee and Natalie Van Der Wal

Paper 60 – Modeling and Algorithm for Dynamic Multi-Objective Distributed Optimization. Maxime Clement, Tenda Okimoto, Tony Ribeiro and Katsumi Inoue

Paper 63 -nADICO: A Nested Grammar of Institutions. Christopher Frantz, Martin Purvis, Mariusz Nowostawski and Bastin Tony Roy Savarimuthu

Paper 66 – On the Development of an MAS Based Evacuation Simulation System: Autonomous Navigation & Collision Avoidance. Leonel Enrique Aguilar Melgar, Wijerathne Maddegedara Lalith Lakshman, Muneo Hori, Tsuyoshi Ichimura and Seizo Tanaka

Paper 70 – Prosperity and decline of online communities. Kimitaka Asatani, Fujio Toriumi, Hirotada Ohashi, Mitsuteru Tashiro and Ryuichi Suzuki

Paper 80 – Using Agent Technology for Ambient Assisted Living. Nikolaos Spanoudakis and Pavlos Moraitis