Accepted Papers

Regular papers

  • Quratul-Ain Mahesar, Nir Oren and Wamberto Vasconcelos.
    Preference Elicitation in Assumption-Based Argumentation

  • Pavel Surynek, Jiaoyang Li, Han Zhang, T. K. Satish Kumar and Sven Koenig.
    Mutex Propagation for SAT-based Multi-Agent Path Finding

  • Jiahao Peng and Toshiharu Sugawara.
    Policy Advisory Module for Exploration Hindrance Problem in Multi-agent Deep Reinforcement Learning

  • Khoa Nguyen and René Schumann.
    A Socio-Psychological Approach To Simulate Trust and Reputation in Modal Choices

  • Atena M Tabakhi, William Yeoh and Ferdinando Fioretto.
    The Smart Appliance Scheduling Problem: A Bayesian Optimization Approach

  • Thanh Nguyen, Tran Cao Son, Matthew Bundas, Marcello Balduccini, Kathleen Campbell Garwood and Edward Griffor.
    Reasoning about Trustworthiness in Cyber-Physical Systems Using Ontology-Based Representation and ASP

  • Keisuke Otaki, Satoshi Koide, Ayano Okoso and Tomoki Nishi.
    Distance-based Heuristic Solvers for Cooperative Path Planning with Heterogeneous Agents

  • Yixiang Wang and Feng Wu.
    Policy Adaptive Multi-Agent Deep Deterministic Policy Gradient

  • Masanori Hirano, Hiroyasu Matsushima, Kiyoshi Izumi and Hiroki Sakaji.
    Implementation of Real Data for Financial Market Simulation using Clustering, Deep Learning, and Artificial Financial Market

  • Ilir Kola, Myrthe L. Tielman, Catholijn M. Jonker and M. Birna van Riemsdijk.
    Explainable Predictions of Social Priorities for Personal Assistant Agents

  • Feng Wu, Shlomo Zilberstein and Nick Jennings.
    Multi-Agent Planning with High-Level Human Guidance

  • Norifumi Watanabe and Kensuke Miyamoto.
    Agent Simulation of Collision Avoidance based on Meta-Strategy Model

  • Paolo Felli, Alessandro Gianola and Marco Montali.
    A SMT-based Implementation for Safety Checking of Parameterized Multi-Agent Systems

  • Mostafa Mohajeri Parizi, Giovanni Sileno and Tom Van Engers.
    Declarative Preferences in Reactive BDI Agents

  • Hiroaki Yamada and Naoyuki Kamiyama.
    Optimal Control of Pedestrian Flows by Congestion Forecasts Satisfying User Equilibrium Conditions

  • Yasser Mohammad.
    Optimal Deterministic Time-based Policy in Automated Negotiation

  • Ken Smith, Yuki Miyashita and Toshiharu Sugawara.
    Analysis of Coordination Structures of Partially Observing Cooperative Agents by Multi-Agent Deep Q-Learning

  • Fredrik Präntare and Fredrik Heintz.
    Hybrid Dynamic Programming for Simultaneous Coalition Structure Generation and Assignment

  • Milene Santos Teixeira, Célia Da Costa Pereira and Mauro Dragoni.
    A Goal-Based Framework For Supporting Medical Assistance: The Case of Chronic Diseases

Short papers

  • Sînziana-Maria Sebe, Tim Baarslag and Jörg P. Müller.
    Automated Negotiation Mechanism and Strategy for Compensational Vehicular Platooning

  • Hitoshi Shimizu, Takanori Hara and Tomoharu Iwata.
    Deep Reinforcement Learning for Pedestrian Guidance

  • Masanori Hirano, Hiroyasu Matsushima, Kiyoshi Izumi and Taisei Mukai.
    Simulation of Unintentional Collusion Caused by Auto Pricing in Supply Chain Markets

  • Davide Costa, Daniel Castro Silva and Daniel Garrido.
    Secure and Efficient Communication for Distributed Multi-Agent Systems

  • Shuang Chang.
    Supporting Long-Term Care System Evaluation by an Agent-based Modelling Approach: an artificial population with urban and rural population differences considered

  • Ramesh Yenda and Mv P Rao.
    Short Duration Aggregate Statistical Model Checking for Multi-Agent Systems

  • Thomas Schlögl, Ulrich Schmid and Roman Kuznets.
    The Persistence of False Memory: Brain in a Vat Despite Perfect Clocks

  • Yasser Mohammad, Shinji Nakadai and Amy Greenwald.
    NegMAS: A platform for Situated Negotiations

  • Ahmad Alelaimat, Aditya Ghose and Hoa Khanh Dam.
    Abductive Design of BDI Agent-based Digital Twins of Organizations

  • Pankaj Mishra, Ahmed Moustafa and Takayuki Ito.
    Reinforcement Learning based Real-Time Reserve Price Optimisation in Dynamic Environments

  • Dominique Longin, Emiliano Lorini and Frederic Maris.
    Beliefs, Time and Space: A Language for the Yokai Board Game

  • Qurat-Ul-Ain Shaheen, Alice Toniolo and Juliana K. F. Bowles.
    Argumentation-based Explanations of MultimorbidityTreatment Plans

  • Koh Satoh and Shigeo Matsubara.
    Box-Office Prediction Based on Essential Features Extracted from Agent-Based Modeling

  • Dima El Zein and Celia da Costa Pereira.
    User Knowledge Centered Information Retrieval: Application on Novelty

  • Ayano Okoso, Keisuke Otaki and Tomoki Nishi.
    Multi-Agent Path Finding with Destination Choice