Multiagent System Technologies: First German Conference, Mates 2003, Erfurt, Germany, September 22-25, 2003, Proceedings: First Ger by Michael SchilloMultiagent System Technologies: First German Conference, Mates 2003, Erfurt, Germany, September 22-25, 2003, Proceedings: First Ger by Michael Schillo

Multiagent System Technologies: First German Conference, Mates 2003, Erfurt, Germany, September 22…

byMichael SchilloEditorMatthias Klusch, Jörg Müller

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ThesearetheproceedingsoftheGermanconferenceonMultiagentSystemTe- nologies(MATES2003),whichwasthe?rstconferenceorganizedbytheGerman specialinterestgrouponDistributedArti?cialIntelligencetopromotethetheory and application of agents and multiagent systems. Its goals were to cover the whole range from the theory to applications of agent and multiagent technology and re?ect the national and international state of the art. The conference p- vided an excellent interdisciplinary forum for both researchers and members of business and industry to present and discuss the latest advances in theoretical work on and prototyped or ?elded systems of intelligent agents. Building on the sequence of agent-related events in Germany in the past, such as VDI 1998 (Chemnitz), VertIS 2001 (Bamberg), and KI 2002 (Aachen), MATES 2003 was exclusively devoted to agents and multiagent systems, and the cro- fertilization between agent theory and application. In addition, it built on the success of the past international workshop on "Agent Technology and Software Engineering (AgeS 2002)", and the international symposium on "Multiagent Systems,LargeComplexSystems,andE-Businesses"(MALCEB2002).MATES 2003 was co-located with the fourth international Net.ObjectDays conference in an exciting event held in Erfurt during September 22-24. The MATES 2003 conference featured a sequence of regular and invited talks of excellence given by leading experts in the ?eld. Among these were two k- notes, an invited talk and 18 paper presentations selected from 49 submissions.
Title:Multiagent System Technologies: First German Conference, Mates 2003, Erfurt, Germany, September 22…Format:PaperbackDimensions:234 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.07 inPublished:September 16, 2003Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Engineering Agent-Based Systems.- The AgentComponent Approach, Combining Agents, and Components.- From Simulated to Real Environments: How to Use SeSAm for Software Development.- Indicators for Self-Diagnosis: Communication-Based Performance Measures.- Systems and Applications (1).- The AEP Toolkit for Agent Design and Simulation.- On Programming Information Agent Systems - An Integrated Hotel Reservation Service as Case Study.- Applying Agents for Engineering of Industrial Automation Systems.- Systems and Applications (2).- SimMarket: Multiagent-Based Customer Simulation and Decision Support for Category Management.- A Multi-agent Approach to the Design of an E-medicine System.- Implementing Heterogeneous Agents in Dynamic Environments, a Case Study in RoboCupRescue.- Models and Architectures.- Model for Simultaneous Actions in Situated Multi-agent Systems.- Handling Sequences of Belief Change in a Multi-agent Context.- From the Specification of Multiagent Systems by Statecharts to Their Formal Analysis by Model Checking: Towards Safety-Critical Applications.- The Semantic Web and Issues of Inter-operability.- The SWAP Data and Metadata Model for Semantics-Based Peer-to-Peer Systems.- An Ontology for Production Control of Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes.- Ontology-Based Capability Management for Distributed Problem Solving in the Manufacturing Domain.- Using the Publish-Subscribe Communication Genre for Mobile Agents.- Issues of Collaboration and Negotiation.- Multiagent Matching Algorithms with and without Coach.- Improving Evolutionary Learning of Cooperative Behavior by Including Accountability of Strategy Components.- The C-IPS Agent Architecture for Modeling Negotiating Social Agents.