Multiagent System Technologies: 5th German Conference, Mates 2007, Leipzig, Germany, September 24-26, 2007, Proceedings: 5th German by Paolo PettaMultiagent System Technologies: 5th German Conference, Mates 2007, Leipzig, Germany, September 24-26, 2007, Proceedings: 5th German by Paolo Petta

Multiagent System Technologies: 5th German Conference, Mates 2007, Leipzig, Germany, September 24…

byPaolo PettaEditorJörg Müller, Matthias Klusch

Paperback | September 12, 2007

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th German Conference on Multiagent Systems Technologies, MATES 2007, held in Leipzig, Germany, September 2007, co-located with NetObjectDays, NODe 2007. The papers are organized in topical sections on engineering multi-agent systems, multi-agent planning and learning, multi-agent communication, interaction, and coordination, multi-agent resource allocation, multi-agent planning and simulation, as well as trust and reputation.

Title:Multiagent System Technologies: 5th German Conference, Mates 2007, Leipzig, Germany, September 24…Format:PaperbackDimensions:210 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.07 inPublished:September 12, 2007Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540749489

ISBN - 13:9783540749486

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Table of Contents

Engineering Multi-agent Systems.- Multi-Agent System: A Guiding Metaphor for the Organization of Software Development Projects.- Model Transformation for Model Driven Development of Semantic Web Enabled Multi-Agent Systems.- SmartResource Platform and Semantic Agent Programming Language (S-APL).- Multi-agent Planning and Learning.- Subgoal Identification for Reinforcement Learning and Planning in Multiagent Problem Solving.- Medical Image Segmentation by a Multi-Agent System Approach.- Using DESs for Temporal Diagnosis of Multi-agent Plan Execution.- Multi-agent Communication, Interaction, and Coordination.- Agent Communication Using Web Services, a New FIPA Message Transport Service for Jade.- Goal-Oriented Interaction Protocols.- Multi-agent Resource Allocation.- VWM: An Improvement to Multiagent Coordination in Highly Dynamic Environments.- Dynamic Configurable Auctions for Coordinating Industrial Waste Discharges.- Distributed Clustering of Autonomous Shipping Containers by Concept, Location, and Time.- Coordinating Competitive Agents in Dynamic Airport Resource Scheduling.- Multi-agent Planning and Simulation.- Large-Scale Agent-Based Pedestrian Simulation.- Diagnosis of Plan Structure Violations.- Team Cooperation for Plan Recovery in Multi-agent Systems.- Trust and Reputation.- On the Behaviour of the TRSIM Model for Trust and Reputation.- Implementing ReGreT in a Decentralized Multi-agent Environment.