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    2nd International Workshop on (Multi-)Agent Systems in E-Business: Concepts, Technologies and Applications - MASeB’2007 ... Workshop within the framework of
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      2nd International Workshop on
      (Multi-)Agent Systems in E-Business: Concepts, Technologies and
      Applications - MASeBÂ’2007

      Workshop within the framework of WI / IAT / GrC / BIBM 2007 conferences
      November 2-5, 2007. Silicon Valley, USA


      Call for Papers
      Main achievements of software agent technology include frameworks and
      platforms based on standardized languages and architectures for agent
      systems development. Implemented agent systems are claimed to have
      attractive features like adaptivity, intelligence, autonomy and mobility.
      Modern e-business systems pose difficult problems concerning costs
      reduction, profitability and efficiency improvement, interoperability and
      decision-making thus making them a fertile and rich real-world environment
      for the application and experimentation of software agents. Difficult
      research challenges involve the adaptation of relevant agent theories,
      technologies and tools to the tight requirements of the new generation
      e-business systems.

      List of workshop topics covers the following aspects of (multi-)agent
      systems research:
      - Concepts, methodologies, models and architectures
      - Technologies, frameworks, benchmarking and performances
      - Languages and algorithms
      - Applications and experiences
      connected to relevant areas of modern e-business:
      - Trading and e-commerce
      - Manufacturing and logistics
      - Tourism and travel
      - Negotiation and contracting
      - Supply chain management and cross-enterprise interoperability
      - Business process management and re-engineering
      - Marketing and customer relations management
      - Content provision, digital rights management and intellectual property
      - Trust, reputation and security

      Papers acceptance will be judged based on their relevance to the workshop
      themes, clarity of presentation, originality and accuracy of results and
      proposed solutions.

      Previous Edition
      First edition of MASeB workshop was organized during WI/IAT'2006
      conference in Hong Kong. Information can be found at:

      Paper Submission and Publication
      All accepted papers will be included in the Workshop Proceedings, which
      will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press and will be available at
      the workshops. Papers must have 4 pages (+1 extra page with payment) and
      must be formatted according to IEEE Computer Society style. Submission
      will be handled by a system provided by organizers of WI/IAT/GrC/BIBM

      Important Dates
      June 20, 2007 Full paper submission
      August 2, 2007 Notification of acceptance
      August 17, 2007 Final (camera ready) paper due
      November 2-5, 2007 Workshop

      Workshop Organizers
      Costin Badica
      -- University of Craiova, Romania
      Maria Ganzha
      -- Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
      -- Elblag University of Humanities and Economics, Poland
      Marcin Paprzycki
      -- Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
      -- Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland

      Program Committee
      Under construction
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