15th European Conference
on Multi-Agent Systems

Évry, 14-15 December 2017

Day 1, December 14th
9:00 – 9:30 Registration
9:30 – 9:45 Opening: Welcome address by Prof. Franck Delaplace, head of Laboratoire IBISC
9:45 – 10:45 Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Estefania Argente
Invited Talk: Multi-Agent Oriented Programming of Collective Autonomous Systems (Agreement Technologies Sponsored Keynote Speaker) Prof. Olivier Boissier, École Mines Saint-Étienne, France
10:45 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30 EUMAS Session 1. Agent-based Modelling Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Vincent Chevrier
  • Incentive Compatible Proactive Skill Posting in Referral Networks. Ashiqur Khudabukhsh, Jaime Carbonell and Peter Jansen.
  • Multi-Agent Interactions on the Web through Linked Data Notifications. Jean-Paul Calbimonte, Davide Calvaresi and Michael Schumacher.
  • A Model Driven Methodology for Developing Multi Agent Solutions for Energy Systems. Lamia Ben Romdhane, Hassan Sleiman, Chokri Mraidha and Saadia Dhouib.
  • Active Situation Reporting: Definition and Analysis. Jennifer Renoux.
  • Agent-based Security Constrained Optimal Power Flow with primary frequency control. Maxime Velay, Meritxell Vinyals, Yvon Besanger and Nicolas Retière.
  • Local Scheduling in Multi-Agent Systems: getting ready for safety-critical scenarios. Davide Calvaresi, Mauro Marinoni, Luca Lustrissimini, Kevin Appoggetti, Paolo Sernani, Aldo Franco Dragoni, Michael Schumacher and Giorgio Buttazzo.
AT Session 1. Algorithms and Frameworks Petit Amphi
Session Chair: Main Lujak
  • A Multi-agent approach for composing negotiation items in a reverse logistic virtual market. Adriana Giret, Adrian Martinez and Vicente Botti.
  • Two Prediction Methods for Intention-Aware Online Routing Games. László Z. Varga.
  • The Multi-agent layer of CALMeD SURF. Miguel Rebollo, Adriana Giret, Carlos Carrascosa and Vicente Julian.
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 15:00 EUMAS Session 2. Logic and Formal Methods Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Valentin Goranko
  • A plausibility model for regret games. F. Bobbio and J. Cui
  • Strategic knowledge of the past - expressivity and complexity. Christophe Chareton
  • The Expected Duration of Sequential Gossiping. Ioannis Kokkinis and Hans van Ditmarsch
  • Decidable term-modal logics. Eugenio Orlandelli and Giovanna Corsi
  • Reasoning about Additional Winning Strategies in Two-Player Games. Vadim Malvone and Aniello Murano
  • Operational Semantics of an Extension of ODRL able to express Obligations. Nicoletta Fornara and Marco Colombetti
AT Session 2. Applications Petit Amphi
Session Chair: Estefania Argente
  • Event-Driven Agents: Enhanced Perception for Multi-Agent Systems Using Complex Event Processing. Jeremias Dötterl, Ralf Bruns, Jürgen Dunkel and Sascha Ossowski
  • Station status forecasting module for a multi-agent proposal to improve efficiency on bike-sharing usage. Carlos Diez, Víctor Sanchez-Anguix, Javier Palanca, Vicente Julian and Adriana Giret.
  • Towards Robots-Assisted Ambient Intelligence. Marin Lujak, Noury Bouraqadi, Arnaud Doniec, Luc Fabresse, Anthony Fleury, Abir Karami and Guillaume Lozenguez.
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 – 17:00 EUMAS Session 3. Argumentation and Rational Choice Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Stephane Demri
  • Two forms of minimality in ASPIC+. Zimi Li, Andrea Cohen and Simon Parsons
  • Comparison Criteria for Argumentation Semantics. Sylvie Doutre and Jean-Guy Mailly
  • Permutation-based Randomised Tournament Solutions. Justin Kruger and Stéphane Airiau
  • Learning Agents for Iterative Voting. Stéphane Airiau, Umberto Grandi and Filipo Studzinski Perotto
  • The Dynamics of Group Polarization. Carlo Proietti
AT Session 3. Philosophical and Theoretical Studies Petit Amphi
Session Chair: Adriana Giret
  • Approximating agreements in argumentation dialogues. Juan Carlos Nieves
  • An Ontology for Sharing Touristic Information. Carmen Fernández, Alberto Fernández and Holger Billhardt
  • Analyzing the repercussions of the actions based on the emotional state in Social Networks. Guillem Aguado, Vicente Julian and Ana Garcia-Fornes.
  • Challenges on Normative Emotional Agents. Karen Y. Lliguin, Vicente Botti and Estefania Argente
17:00 – 17:15 Coffee Break
17:15 – 18:15 Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Francesco Belardinelli
Invited Talk: Multiagent Resource Allocation: the Power and Limitations of Bilateral Deals. Prof. Nicolas Maudet , Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
18:30 Departure from Evry (IBGBI) by bus
19:30 Departure from Bastille for a cruise on the Seine
22:30 End of the cruise and departure to Evry (RER Station) by bus
23:30 End of the social event
Day 2, December 15th
09:30 – 11:00 EUMAS Session 4. Simulation Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Elizabeth Sklar
  • Designing co-simulation with multi-agent tools: a case study with NetLogo. Thomas Paris, Laurent Ciarletta and Vincent Chevrier
  • Multi-Agent Simulation of a Real Evacuation Scenario: Kiss Nightclub and the Panic Factor. Vinicius Montenegro, Diana Adamatti, Marcos Vinicius Scholl, Bruna Corrêa and Miguel Zinelli Jr.
  • Simulating Socio-Cultural Crowd Evacuations. C. Natalie Van Der Wal, Daniel Formolo, Mark A. Robinson, Michael Minkov and Tibor Bosse.
  • Lazy fully probabilistic design: Application potential. Tatiana Valentine Guy, Siavash Fakhimi Derakhshan and Jakub Štěch.
  • Combination of simulation and model-checking for the analysis of autonomous vehicles' behaviours : a case study. Johan Arcile, Jérémy Sobieraj, Hanna Klaudel and Guillaume Hutzler.
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 – 12:30 Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Francesco Belardinelli
  • Invited Talk: Multi-agent learning: paradigms, challenges and prospects. Prof. Karl Tuyls , University of Liverpool, Great Britain
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 15:00 EUMAS Session 5. Games Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Carlo Proietti
  • Synchronisation Games on Hypergraphs. S. Sunil and D. Wojtczak
  • Constrained Pure Nash Equilibria in Polymatrix Games. S. Sunil and D. Wojtczak.
  • How game complexity affects the playing behavior of synthetic agents. C. Kiourt, D. Kalles and P. Kanellopoulos
  • Rational coordination in games with enriched representations. Valentin Goranko, Antti Kuusisto and R. Rönnholm.
  • On cooperative connection situations where the agents are located at the edges. Stefano Moretti.
  • Verifying Existence of Resource-Bounded Coalition Uniform Strategies. Natasha Alechina, Mehdi Dastani and Brian Logan
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 – 17:00 EUMAS Session 6. Negotiation, Planning and Coalitions Grand Amphi
Session Chair: Nadia Abchiche Mimouni
  • On Decentralized Implicit Negotiation in Modified Ultimatum Game. Jitka Homolová, Eliška Zugarová, Miroslav Kárný and Tatiana Valentine Guy.
  • Negotiation Strategy of Divisible Tasks for Large Dataset Processing. Quentin Baert, Anne-Cecile Caron, Maxime Morge and Jean-Christophe Routier.
  • Combining Self-Organisation with Decision-Making and Planning. Christopher-Eyk Hrabia, Tanja Katharina Kaiser and Sahin Albayrak.
  • Towards dynamic coalition formation for intelligent traffic management. Jeffery Raphael and Elizabeth Sklar.
  • PLACE: Planning based Language for Agents and Computational Environments. Muhammad Adnan Hashmi, Muhammad Usman Akram and Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni.
17:00 - 17:15 Closing