Highlights

On Human-Agent Collectives

On Human-Agent Collectives, Nick Jennings
As computation increasingly pervades the world around us, it will profoundly change the ways in which we work with computers. (...)


Computational Logic as an Intelligent Agent’s Language of Thought

Computational Logic as an Intelligent Agent’s Lang, Robert Kowalski
Research in AI builds upon the tools and techniques of many different disciplines, including formal logic. However, the application (...)


Language-based Games

Language-based Games, Joseph Halpern
We introduce language-based games, based on the thesis that an agent's utility depends on features that are describable in some language. (...)


Time for a Good Argument

Time for a Good Argument, Chris Reed
Argument and debate form cornerstones of civilised society and of intellectual life. Processes of argumentation run our governments (...)


Online Strategies for Hard Optimization Problems in Graphs

Online Strategies for Hard Optimization Problems i, Marc Demange
Online optimization deals with instances of problems that are incrementally revealed over time. One should take decisions as soon as data are presented without information (...)


A Challenge for an Efficient Supply Chain Management - Integration Versus Optimality

A Challenge for an Efficient Supply Chain Manageme, Marino Widmer
According to Hartmut Stadtler[1], a supply chain is a “network of organizations that are involved, through upstream and downstream (...)


Hybridizing Multi-Objective Interactive Techniques - Some Applications to the Electricity Generation Industry

Hybridizing Multi-Objective Interactive Techniques, Francisco Ruiz
Interactive methods have proved to be extremely useful multi-objective techniques, when it comes to solve real complex decision making problems. Their iterative schemes (...)


Analyzing the Performance of Greedy Maximal Scheduling via Local Pooling and Graph Theory

Analyzing the Performance of Greedy Maximal Schedu, Bernard Ries
Efficient operation of wireless networks and switches requires using simple (and in some cases distributed) scheduling algorithms. In general, simple greedy algorithms (...)


Towards a Holistic Theory of Pattern Recognition - A Game-theoretic Perspective

Towards a Holistic Theory of Pattern Recognition -
Traditional pattern recognition and machine learning techniques take typically a reductionist view, in the sense that they tend to view each object in isolation, and are inherently essentialist, in the sense that they (...)


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ICAART 2019
19-21 February, Prague
NOV
2018
15
11th Int. Conf. on Agents and Artificial Intelligence
ICPRAM 2019
19-21 February, Prague
NOV
2018
15
8th Int. Conf. on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods
ICORES 2019
19-21 February, Prague
NOV
2018
15
8th Int. Conf. on Operations Research and Enterprise Systems
SENSORNETS 2019
26-27 February, Prague
NOV
2018
15
8th Int. Conf. on Sensor Networks
MODELSWARD 2019
20-22 February, Prague
NOV
2018
15
7th Int. Conf. on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development