15th European Conference
on Multi-Agent Systems

Évry, 14-15 December 2017


  • Sunil Easaw Simon and Dominik Wojtczak. Synchronisation Games on Hypergraphs
  • Ashiqur Khudabukhsh, Jaime Carbonell and Peter Jansen. Incentive Compatible Proactive Skill Posting in Referral Networks
  • Christophe Chareton. Strategic knowledge of the past - expressivity and complexity
  • Natasha Alechina, Mehdi Dastani and Brian Logan. Verifying Existence of Resource-Bounded Coalition Uniform Strategies
  • C. Natalie Van Der Wal, Daniel Formolo, Mark A. Robinson, Michael Minkov and Tibor Bosse. Simulating Socio-Cultural Crowd Evacuations
  • Sunil Easaw Simon and Dominik Wojtczak. Constrained Pure Nash Equilibria in Polymatrix Games
  • Ioannis Kokkinis and Hans van Ditmarsch. The Expected Duration of Sequential Gossiping
  • Stéphane Airiau, Umberto Grandi and Filipo Studzinski Perotto. Learning Agents for Iterative Voting
  • Zimi Li, Andrea Cohen and Simon Parsons. Two forms of minimality in ASPIC+
  • Christopher-Eyk Hrabia, Tanja Katharina Kaiser and Sahin Albayrak. Combining Self-Organisation with Decision-Making and Planning
  • Chairi Kiourt, Dimitris Kalles and Panagiotis Kanellopoulos. How game complexity affects the playing behavior of synthetic agents
  • Eugenio Orlandelli and Giovanna Corsi. decidable term-modal logics
  • Nicoletta Fornara and Marco Colombetti. Operational Semantics of an Extension of ODRL able to express Obligations
  • Carlo Proietti. The Dynamics of Group Polarization
  • Vadim Malvone and Aniello Murano. Reasoning about Additional Winning Strategies in Two-Player Games
  • Muhammad Adnan Hashmi, Muhammad Usman Akram and Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni. PLACE: Planning based Language for Agents and Computational Environments
  • Stefano Moretti. On cooperative connection situations where the agents are located at the edges
  • Federico Bobbio and Jianying Cui. A plausibility model for regret games
  • Jitka Homolová, Eliška Zugarová, Miroslav Kárný and Tatiana Valentine Guy. On Decentralized Implicit Negotiation in Modified Ultimatum Game
  • Justin Kruger and Stéphane Airiau. Permutation-based Randomised Tournament Solutions
  • Jeffery Raphael and Elizabeth Sklar. Towards dynamic coalition formation for intelligent traffic management
  • Quentin Baert, Anne-Cecile Caron, Maxime Morge and Jean-Christophe Routier. Negotiation Strategy of Divisible Tasks for Large Dataset Processing
  • Davide Calvaresi, Mauro Marinoni, Luca Lustrissimini, Kevin Appoggetti, Paolo Sernani, Aldo Franco Dragoni, Michael Schumacher and Giorgio Buttazzo. Local Scheduling in Multi-Agent Systems: getting ready for safety-critical scenarios
  • Jean-Paul Calbimonte, Davide Calvaresi and Michael Schumacher. Multi-Agent Interactions on the Web through Linked Data Notifications
  • Jennifer Renoux. Active Situation Reporting: Definition and Analysis
  • Thomas Paris, Laurent Ciarletta and Vincent Chevrier. Designing co-simulation with multi-agent tools: a case study with NetLogo
  • Maxime Velay, Meritxell Vinyals, Yvon Besanger and Nicolas Retière. Agent-based Security Constrained Optimal Power Flow with primary frequency control
  • Sylvie Doutre and Jean-Guy Mailly. Comparison Criteria for Argumentation Semantics
  • Valentin Goranko, Antti Kuusisto and Raine Rönnholm. Rational coordination in games with enriched representations
  • Lamia Ben Romdhane, Hassan Sleiman, Chokri Mraidha and Saadia Dhouib. A Model Driven Methodology for Developing Multi Agent Solutions for Energy Systems
  • Vinicius Montenegro, Diana Adamatti, Marcos Vinicius Scholl, Bruna Corrêa and Miguel Zinelli Jr. Multi-Agent Simulation of a Real Evacuation Scenario: Kiss Nightclub and the Panic Factor
  • Tatiana Valentine Guy, Siavash Fakhimi Derakhshan and Jakub Štěch. Lazy fully probabilistic design: Application potential
  • Johan Arcile, Jérémy Sobieraj, Hanna Klaudel and Guillaume Hutzler. Combination of simulation and model-checking for the analysis of autonomous vehicles' behaviours : a case study