Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems V: COIN 2009 International Workshops: COIN@AAMAS 2009 Budapest, Hungary, May 200 by Julian PadgetCoordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems V: COIN 2009 International Workshops: COIN@AAMAS 2009 Budapest, Hungary, May 200 by Julian Padget

Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems V: COIN 2009 International…

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This volume is the ?fth in a series that started in 2005, collecting papers from the Coordination, Organizations, Institutions and Norms (COIN) Workshops. The papers in this volume are drawn from the three meetings that took place in 2009. AAMAS COIN@AAMAS 2009 took place on May 12, 2009, as a satellite event of the 8th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2009), in Budapest, Hungary. With 35 registered participants, the workshop was an exciting and fruitful gathering where discussions followed the papers presented by an international group of speakers. We had participants from Australia, Italy, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, UK and USA, to name a few. Of the 19 submissions, 12 were selected for presentation and,subsequently,10 wereinvitedto be revisedandincluded inthe proceedings. IJCAI COIN@IJCAI2009tookplaceonJuly11,2009,asasatelliteeventofthe21st- ternationalJointConferenceonArti?cialIntelligence(IJCAI2009),inPasadena, California, USA. We had 15 submissions, 10 of which were selected for presen- tion at the workshop. The workshop sessions gave rise to a stimulating and p- ductive gathering with an invited talk from Maarten Sierhuis of NASA entitled "TowardsOrganization-AwareMulti-Agent Systems," followed by presentations of accepted papers. An international audience from countries such as Australia, Brazil, India, Canada, Spain, France, UK and USA participated in the wo- shop. From the 10 presented papers, 6 were invited to be revised and included in the proceedings. MALLOW COIN@MALLOW2009tookplaceSeptember7-11,2009,asoneofthefederated Multi-Agent Logics, Languages, and Organizations Workshops, in Turin, Italy.
Title:Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems V: COIN 2009 International…Format:PaperbackDimensions:335 pages, 0.01 × 0.01 × 0.02 inPublished:August 10, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Building and Managing Organizations.- Conditional Dependence Networks in Requirements Engineering.- A Norm-Based Organization Management System.- Implementing Collective Obligations in Human-Agent Teams Using KAoS Policies.- Building Multi-Agent Systems for Workflow Enactment and Exception Handling.- An Approach for Virtual Organisations' Dissolution.- Playing with Agent Coordination Patterns in MAGE.- A Model-Based Architecture for Organizational Interoperability in Open Multiagent Systems.- A Normative Organisation Programming Language for Organisation Management Infrastructures.- Social Norms and Semantics.- Monitoring Social Expectations in Second Life.- Towards a Logical Model of Social Agreement for Agent Societies.- Promotion of Selfish Agents in Hierarchical Organisations.- The SIOC Project: Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities, from Humans to Machines.- Directing Status Messages to Their Audience in Online Communities.- Effects of Social Network Topology and Options on Norm Emergence.- Norms and Reasoning.- Directed Deadline Obligations in Agent-Based Business Contracts.- Internal Agent Architecture for Norm Identification.- Influence of Communication Graph Structures on Pheromone-Based Approaches in the Context of a Partitioning Task Problem.- An Infection-Based Mechanism in Large Convention Spaces.- The Classification Game: Complexity Regularization through Interaction.- Dealing with Incomplete Normative States.- Towards an Architecture for Self-regulating Agents: A Case Study in International Trade.