AAMAS 2017. Sixteenth International Conference on Antonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems. Sao Paulo - Brazil. 8th - 12th May, 2017
AAMAS 2017. Sixteenth International Conference on Antonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems. Sao Paulo - Brazil. 8th - 12th May, 2017
AAMAS 2017. Sixteenth International Conference on Antonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems. Sao Paulo - Brazil. 8th - 12th May, 2017
 

Accepted Papers


Contingent Payment Mechanisms for Future Coordination
Hongyao Ma

Investigating travel choice behaviour: a new approach using interactive experiments with driving simulators
Muhammad Fayyaz

Coalition formation in structured environments
Ayumi Igarashi

Persuasive negotiation dialogues using rhetorical arguments
Mariela Morveli Espinoza

Coping with Hardness of Welfare Maximization by Introducing Useful Complexity Measures
Rani Izsak

Consensus Decision-Making using Argumentation
Ayslan Possebom

Agent-based Security and Efficiency Estimation in Airport Terminals
Stef Janssen

Social Norms of Cooperation in Multiagent Systems
Fernando P. Santos

How Do Humans Teach: On Curriculum Design for Machine Learners
Bei Peng

Overcoming Existing Limitations in Electricity-based Artificial Intelligence Applications
Mark Valovage

Argumentation Schemes and Enthymemes in Multi-agent Systems
Alison R. Panisson

Strategic Reasoning in Digital Zero-Sum Games
Anderson R. Tavares

Enhancing Decision-Making and Knowledge Representation with Argumentation Theory
Lucas Rizzo

Adaptive and Dynamic Allocation of Security Resources
Sara Marie Mc Carthy***

Identifying and Responding to Cooperative Actions in General-sum Normal Form Games
Steven Damer

Moving Target Defense: A Symbiotic Framework for Security and Artificial Intelligence
Sailik Sengupta

Minimising Regret in Route Choice
Gabriel Ramos

Bridging the Gap Between Simulation and Reality
Josiah Hanna

Theoretical models for learning from multiple, heterogenous and strategic agents
Divya Padmanabhan

Solving Imperfect Recall Games
Jiří Čermák

Engineering Socially Intelligent Personal Agents via Norms
Nirav Ajmeri

Intent Recognition Through Goal Mirroring
Mor Vered

A Framework for Modeling and Simulating Large Scale Complex Adaptive Systems
Lachlan Birdsey

Principled Autonomous Decision Making for Markets
Enrique Areyan Viqueira

Asking Human Help in Contingent Planning
Ignasi Andrés

Real-World Evaluation and Deployment of Adversary Attack Prediction Models
Benjamin Ford