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Workshop AATMO’2013: Second Call for Pap ers

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  • Jaroslaw Kozlak
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      Second Call for Papers
      Agent-based Approaches for Transportation Modelling and Optimisation
      (AATMO’'2013) Workshop, 22nd-24th May 2013, Salamanca, Spain.
      http://www.paams.net/aatmo13/

      The Agent-based Approaches for Transportation Modelling and Optimisation
      (AATMO’2013) workshop, is associated with the 11th
      Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
      (PAAMS 2013), taking place on 22nd-24th May 2013 in Salamanca, Spain
      (http://www.paams.net/).

      The aim of the workshop is to gather and present different types of the
      applications of multi-agent and agent-based approaches for modelling and
      solving problems related to transport and traffic modelling and
      optimisation. The nature of this group of problems makes them an
      interesting field for applying multi-agent systems because of the
      varying degree of autonomy of their decision elements interacting with
      each other, their distributed and decentralised character, as well as of
      the dynamics and varying levels of reliability and correctness of the
      knowledge constructing their environment models.

      We especially encourage the submission of papers concerning methods of
      constructing vehicle paths, taking into consideration different aspects
      which influence the attractiveness of selected roads and locations, as
      well as of the dynamics of the criterions and conditions of the
      environment. Different models determining destinations to be visited may
      be taken into account, including sets of shipments to be delivered,
      public transport schedules, individual preferences for leisure
      itineraries or pedestrian behaviours. Special attention is given to the
      aspects of construction and optimisation of multi-modal paths.
      The methods of traffic optimisation using intelligent road information
      systems and advanced adaptive mechanisms of intersection control are
      also a domain of interest. In order to solve these problems, different
      methods in agent-based and multi-agent systems may be applied, which
      include negotiations, planning, organisation models, as well as
      heuristic, machine learning and data mining algorithms.

      The scope of interest includes, however is not limited to the
      application of agent-based technologies to:
      * Route planning, scheduling and their dynamic modification,
      * Construction of multimodal paths,
      * Line planning for public transport,
      * The choice of optimal and efficient decision strategies in
      transportation and traffic systems using machine learning and
      data-mining methods,
      * Autonomy/decentralisation of decision entities and quality of
      solutions in transportation systems,
      * Intelligent traffic control systems based on agents,
      * Adaptation to new decision strategies and changing state of the
      environment in transportation systems,
      * Intelligent composition and management of transportation units,
      * Intelligent management of shipment composition, storing, freight
      handling and trans-shipments,
      * Modelling human agent (pedestrian, driver, …) behaviour,
      * Agent coordination, platoons, groups,
      * Innovative services in transportation, public transport, traffic control.


      Scientific Committee
      Jean-Michel Auberlet - IFSTTAR (France)
      Flavien Balbo - Université Paris-Dauphine (France)
      Didac Busquets - Imperial College of London (U.K.)
      Paul Davidsson - Malmo University (Sweden)
      Emmanuelle Grislin-Le Strugeon - University of Valenciennes (France)
      Otthein Herzog - University of Bremen (Germany)
      Abder Koukam - UTBM (France)
      Jaroslaw Kozlak - AGH-UST (Poland)
      Jörg P. Müller - Clausthal University of Technology (Germany)
      Rudy R. Negenborn - Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)
      Sascha Ossowski - University Rey Juan Carlos (Spain)
      Rosaldo Rossetti - University of Porto - LIACC/FEUP (Portugal)
      Nicolas Saunier - Polytechnique Montreal (Canada)
      Bartlomiej Sniezynski - AGH-UST (Poland)
      Janusz Wojtusiak - George Mason University (USA)
      Mahdi Zargayouna - IFSTTAR (France)


      Organising Committee
      Jean-Michel Auberlet - IFSTTAR (France)
      Flavien Balbo - Université Paris-Dauphine (France)
      Jaroslaw Kozlak - AGH-UST (Poland)


      Local Organisation Committee
      Juan M. Corchado - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Javier Bajo - Pontifical University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Juan F. De Paz - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Sara Rodríguez - University of Salamanca (Spain)<
      Dante I. Tapia - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Fernando de la Prieta Pintado - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Davinia Carolina Zato Domínguez - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Gabriel Villarrubia González - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Alejandro Sánchez Yuste - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Antonio Juan Sánchez Martín - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Cristian I. Pinzón - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Rosa Cano - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Emilio S. Corchado - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Eugenio Aguirre - University of Granada (Spain)
      Manuel P. Rubio - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Belén Pérez Lancho - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Angélica González Arrieta - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Vivian F. López - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Ana de Luís - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Ana B. Gil - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Mª Dolores Muñoz Vicente - University of Salamanca (Spain)
      Jesús García Herrero - University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain)


      Dates
      * Paper submission deadline: 17 December 2012
      * Notification date: 28 January 2013
      * Final version submission deadline: 25 February 2013
      * Conference date: 22-24 May 2013


      Submissions
      The paper must consist of original, relevant and previously
      unpublished sound research results related to any of the
      topics of the conference. All papers must be formatted according
      to the CCIS Series Springer template, with a maximum length of 10-12
      pages, including figures and references.
      The template can be downloaded from
      http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0
      All proposed papers must be submitted in electronic form (PDF format)
      using the Paper Submission Page
      https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aatmo13:


      Review process
      AATMO welcomes the submission of application papers with
      preference to the topics listed in the call for papers.
      All submitted papers will undergo a thorough review process;
      each paper will be refereed by at least three experts
      in the field based on relevance, originality, significance,
      quality and clarity.

      Publication
      Accepted papers will be included in PAAMS 2013 Proceedings,
      published in the CCIS Series series of Springer
      (http://www.springer.com/series/7899).
      At least one of the authors will be required to register
      and attend the symposium to present the paper in order
      to include the paper in the conference proceedings.
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