Timetable of workshops is here.

Oct. 31st (Wed.) Nov. 1st (Thu.) Nov. 2nd (Fri.)
Room 1-3 Room 1-3 Room 1-3
9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:00 Opening (9:30-9:40) Invited Talk 3: Michael Luck (KCL)
Invited Talk 4: Manuela M. Veloso (J.P. Morgan)
Invited Talk 1: Hideyuki Nakashima (SCU)
Invited Talk 2: Fujio Toriumi (UT)
10:30-11:00 Coffee break Coffee break
Coffee break
11:00-11:30 Session 1: Agent-Based Modeling and  Session 4: Logic and Reasoning I  Session 7: Engineering Multi-Agent Systems 
Simulation (11:00-12:25) (11:00-12:25) &  Human-Agent Interaction
11:30-12:00 (11:00-12:20)
12:30-13:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00-14:30 Session 2: Collaboration and Coordination Session 5: Economic paradigms Session 8: Logic and Reasoning II
(14:00-16:00) (14:00-15:55) (14:00-15:00)
15:00-15:30 Short break
Session 9: Social Science Track
15:30-16:00 (15:10-15:50)
16:00-16:30 Coffee break Short break Closing (15:50-16:00)
Session 6: Flash Talks (16:05-16:40) Networking (16:00-17:00)
16:30-17:00 Session 3: Application Domains for Multi-Agent
Systems (16:30-17:40) Coffee break & Poster session
17:00-17:30 (16:40-18:00)
18:00-18:30 Welcome reception & Poster session
@Telecom Center Observatory
19:00-19:30 Banquet (19:00-21:00)
@Tokyo Prince Hotel


October 31st

Session 1: Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation (Chair: Mehdi Dastani)
11:00-11:20 Benoit Gaudou, Dominique Longin, Patrick Taillandier and Marion Valette Modeling a real-case situation of egress using BDI agents with emotions and social skills
11:20-11:40 Hideyuki Nagai and Setsuya Kurahashi Realizing Two Types of Compact City - Street Activeness and Tramway -
11:40-12:00 Martin Masek, Chiou Peng Lam, Lyndon Benke, Luke Kelly and Michael Papasimeon Discovering Emergent Agent Behaviour with Evolutionary Finite State Machines
12:00-12:25 Hitoshi Shimizu, Tatsushi Matsubayashi, Yusuke Tanaka, Tomoharu Iwata, Naonori Ueda and Hiroshi Sawada Improving route traffic estimation by considering staying population
Mehdi Othmani-Guibourg, Amal El Fallah-Seghrouchni and Jean-Loup Farges Decentralized multi-agent patrolling strategies using global idleness estimation
Kevin Chapuis, Patrick Taillandier, Benoit Gaudou, Alexis Drogoul and Eric Daudé A multi-modal urban traffic agent-based framework to study individual response to catastrophic events
Ali El Hassouni, Mark Hoogendoorn and Vesa Muhonen Using Generative Adversarial Networks to Develop a Realistic Human Behavior Simulator
Lin Ni, Vicente Gonzalez, Jiamou Liu, Anass Rahouti, Libo Zhang and Bun Por Taing An Agent-based Approach to Simulate Post-earthquake Indoor Crowd Evacuation
Session 2: Collaboration and Coordination (Chair: Makoto Yokoo)
14:00-14:20 Ferdinando Fioretto, Hong Xu, Sven Koenig and T. K. Satish Kumar Solving Multiagent Constraint Optimization Problems on the Constraint Composite Graph
14:20-14:40 Ewa Andrejczuk, Christian Blum, Filippo Bistaffa, Juan Antonio Rodriguez-Aguilar and Carles Sierra Heterogeneous Teams for Homogeneous Performance
14:40-15:00 Kouki Matsumura, Tenda Okimoto and Katsutoshi Hirayama Bounded Approximate Algorithm for Probabilistic Coalition Structure Generation
15:00-15:20 Tenda Okimoto, Nicolas Schwind, Emir Demirović, Katsumi Inoue and Pierre Marquis Robust Coalition Structure Generation
15:20-15:40 Fredrik Präntare and Fredrik Heintz An Anytime Algorithm for Simultaneous Coalition Structure Generation and Assignment
15:40-16:00 Felipe Meneguzzi, Ramon Fraga Pereira and Nir Oren Sensor Placement for Plan Monitoring using Genetic Programming
Shan Liu, Ahmed Moustafa and Takayuki Ito Agent33: An Automated Negotiator with Heuristic Method for Searching Bids around Nash Bargaining Solution
Gideon Ogunniye, Alice Toniolo and Nir Oren Meta-Argumentation Frameworks for Multi-party Dialogues
Poom Pianpak, Tran Cao Son and Zachary Oliver Toups A Multi-Agent Simulator Environment Based on the Robot Operating System for Human-Robot Interaction Applications
Session 3: Application Domains for Multi-Agent Systems (Chair: Katsutoshi Hirayama)
16:30-16:50 Hiroshi Kiyotake, Masahiro Kohjima, Tatsushi Matsubayashi and Hiroyuki Toda Multi Agent Flow Estimation Based on Bayesian Optimization with Time Delay and Low Dimensional Parameter Conversion Trick
16:50-17:10 Davide Dell'Anna, Mehdi Dastani and Fabiano Dalpiaz Runtime Norm Revision using Bayesian Networks
17:10-17:40 Lyndon Benke, Michael Papasimeon and Kevin McDonald Augmented Reality for Multi-Agent Simulation of Air Operations
Yasser Mohammad FastVOI: Efficient Utility Elicitation During Negotiations
Erisa Karafili, Linna Wang, Antonis Kakas and Emil Lupu Helping Forensics Analysts to Attribute Cyber-Attacks: An Argumentation-Based Reasoner
Eriko Shimada, Shohei Yamane, Kotaro Ohori, Hiroaki Yamada and Shingo Takahashi Agent-Based Simulation for Evaluation of Signage System Considering Expression Form in Airport Passenger Terminals and Other Large Facilities
Shunki Takami, Kazunori Iwata, Nobuhiro Ito, Yohsuke Murase and Takeshi Uchitane An environment for combinational experiments in a multi-agent simulation for disaster response
Taiju Matsui, Satoshi Oyama and Masahito Kurihara Effect of Viewing Directions on Deep Reinforcement Learning in 3D Virtual Environment Minecraft

November 1st

Session 4: Logic and Reasoning I (Chair: Tran Cao Son)
11:00-11:20 Nguyen Duy Hung Progressive Inference Algorithms for Probabilistic Argumentation
11:20-11:40 Xiuyi Fan On Generating Explainable Plans with Assumption-based Argumentation
11:40-12:00 Xiuyi Fan A Temporal Planning Example with Assumption-based Argumentation
12:00-12:25 Elhadji Amadou Oury Diallo and Toshiharu Sugawara Learning Strategic Group Formation for Coordinated Behavior in Adversarial Multi-Agent with Distributed Double DQN
Francesco Olivieri, Guido Governatori, Matteo Cristani, Nick van Beest and Silvano Colombo Tosatto Resource-driven Substructural Defeasible Logic
Guido Governatori, Antonino Rotolo and Regis Riveret A Deontic Argumentation Framework based on Deontic Defeasible Logic
Jérémie Dauphin and Ken Satoh Dialogue games for enforcement of argument acceptance and rejection via attack removal
Rym Mohamed, Zied Loukil and Zied Bouraoui Qualitative-Based Reasoning in Possibilistic EL Ontology
Session 5: Economic paradigms (Chair: Shigeo Matsubara)
14:00-14:20 Mingyu Guo, Yong Yang and Muhammad Ali Babar Cost Sharing Security Information with Minimal Release Delay
14:20-14:40 Kota Shigedomi, Tadashi Sekiguchi, Atsushi Iwasaki and Makoto Yokoo Repeated Triangular Trade: Sustaining Circular Cooperation with Observation Errors
14:40-15:00 Amy Greenwald, Jasper C.H. Lee and Takehiro Oyakawa Fast Algorithms for Computing Interim Allocations in Single-Parameter Environments
15:00-15:20 Anisse Ismaili, Tomoaki Yamaguchi and Makoto Yokoo Student-Project-Resource Allocation: Complexity of the Symmetric Case
15:20-15:40 Anisse Ismaili On Existence, Mixtures, Computation and Efficiency in Multi-objective Games
15:40-15:55 Nicolas Bougie and Ryutaro Ichise Abstracting Reinforcement Learning Agents with Prior Knowledge
Jingxian Huang, He Wang, Yao Zhang and Dengji Zhao Simulations v.s. Human Playing in Repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma
Yuya Itoh and Shigeo Matsubara Adaptive Budget Allocation for Sequential Tasks in Crowdsourcing
Session 6: Flash Talk (Chair: Hiromitsu Hattori)
16:05-16:40 Hengjin Tang, Tatsuhi Matsubayashi, Daisuke Sato and Hiroyuki Toda Time-Series Predictions for People-Flow with Simulation Data
Shinpei Ogata, Yoshitaka Aoki, Hiroyuki Nakagawa and Kazuki Kobayashi A Template System for Modeling and Verifying Agent Behaviors
Ali El Hassouni, Mark Hoogendoorn, Martijn van Otterlo and Eduardo Barbaro Personalization of Health Interventions using Cluster-Based Reinforcement Learning
Fumito Uwano and Keiki Takadama Strategy for Learning Cooperative Behavior with Local Information for Multi-agent Systems
Daisuke Shiraishi, Kazuteru Miyazaki and Hiroaki Kobayashi Proposal of Detour Path Suppression Method in PS Reinforcement Learning and its Application to Altruistic Multi-agent Environment
Lise-Marie Veillon, Gauvain Bourgne and Henry Soldano Better Collective Learning with Consistency Guarantees
Toshihiro Matsui and Hiroshi Matsuo A Study of Relaxation Approaches for Asymmetric Constraint Optimization Problems

November 2nd

Session 7: Engineering Multi-Agent Systems & Human-Agent Interaction (Chair: Toshiharu Sugawara)
11:00-11:20 Shaowen Peng, Xianzhong Xie, Tsunenori Mine and Chang Su Vector representation based model considering randomness of user mobility for predicting potential users
11:20-11:40 Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Olivier Boissier, Katherine Marie May, Roberto Micalizio and Stefano Tedeschi Accountability and Responsibility in Agents' Organizations
11:40-12:00 Ahmed Moustafa and Takayuki Ito A Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach for Large-Scale Service Composition
12:00-12:20 Seyed Amin Tabatabaei, Mark Hoogendoorn and Aart van Halteren Narrowing Reinforcement Learning: Overcoming the Cold Start Problem for Personalized Health Interventions
Session 8: Logic and Reasoning II (Chair: Matteo Baldoni)
14:00-14:20 Ryuta Arisaka and Ken Satoh Abstract Argumentation / Persuasion / Dynamics
14:20-14:40 Quratul-Ain Mahesar, Nir Oren and Wamberto Vasconcelos Computing Preferences in Abstract Argumentation
14:40-15:00 Matteo Pascucci and Kees van Berkel Notions of Instrumentality in Agency Logic
Session 9: Social Science Track (Chair: Michael Maes)
15:10-15:30 Tanzhe Tang and Caspar Chorus Learning Opinions by Observing Actions: Simulation of Opinion Dynamics Using an Action-Opinion Inference Model
15:30-15:50 Hung Khanh Nguyen, Raymond Chiong, Manuel Chica Serrano, Richard H. Middleton and Dung Kim Pham Contract farming in the Mekong Delta's rice supply chain: Insights from an agent-based modeling study


Regular Paper

  • Oral Presentation: 20 minutes (Presentation 15 min and QA 5 min)
  • Poster presentation is optional.

Short Paper

  • Flash talk: 5 minutes (no time for questions)
  • Poster size: A1 size (594×841mm)
  • The speaker will give a flash talk on either Oct. 31st or Nov. 1st.
  • Poster presentation is available for both Welcome reception on Oct. 31st and Coffee break in the afternoon on Nov. 1st.
  • We ask a single PDF file of your slides no later than 23:59, October 28th (Japan time). The detail instruction will be announced soon.