King’s at AAMAS 2012

We have just received news of successes for our papers at AAMAS 2012 workshops, to be held in Valencia, Spain, in June 2012.  The topics range from adaptive and self-organizing systems, through network science, to automated trading.  This range gives some idea of the diversity in contemporary computer science research.

Martin Chapman, Gareth Tyson, Katie Atkinson, Michael Luck and Peter McBurney [2012]: Social networking and information diffusion in automated markets. In: C. Kiekintveld, O. Shehory, E. David, S. Stein and V. Robu (Editors): Joint International Workshop on Trading Agent Design and Analysis (TADA 2012) and Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce (AMEC 2012).

Samhar Mahmoud, Michael Luck, Jeroen Keppens and Nathan Griffiths [2012]:  Overcoming hub effects in scale free networks.  In: H. Aldewereld and J. Simão Sichman (Editors):   14th International Workshop on Coordination, Organisations, Institutions and Norms (COIN 2012).

Matthew Shaw, Jeroen Keppens, Michael Luck and Simon Miles [2012]:   Towards a general model of organisational adaptation: pipelines.   In: H. Aldewereld and J. Simão Sichman (Editors):   14th International Workshop on Coordination, Organisations, Institutions and Norms (COIN 2012).

Congratulations to all involved!

Photograph:  Copyright Virtourist.com
Update: there’s yet another paper at an AAMAS workshop:
Maria Emila Garcia, Gareth Tyson, Simon Miles, Michael Luck, Adel Taweel, Brenda Delaney and Tjeerd Van Staa [2012]:  An Analysis of Agent-Oriented Engineering of e-Health Systems. In Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering (AOSE 2012).
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