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International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and
IAWTIC'2004 provides a medium for researchers and practitioners to
exchange and explore the issues and opportunities in the area of
intelligent agent, web technologies and Internet commerce . The
conference will consist of both plenary sessions and contributory
sessions, focusing on theory, implementation and applications of
intelligent agents, web technologies and Internet commerce. Paper due
14 March 2004. To be held 12-14 July 2004 in Gold Cost, Australia.
Collaboration Agents 2003 - WI'2003
This workshop is intended to bring to the fore the state of the art
of research and development of agents that bring people together,
through, for example, scheduling, monitoring, or facilitating
meetings, distributing information and building societies, and
maintaining links between people whenever they can. To be held 13-16
October 2003 in Halifax, Canada. Papers due 1 September 2003.
Agents Schools CFP
The International Foundation for Multiagent Systems (IFMAS) invites
proposals for Agents and Multiagent Systems Schools from countries or
regions that have been traditionally under-represented in the AAMAS
conferences (AAMAS -- International Joint Conference on Agents and
Multiagent Systems). The intent is to encourage further participation
of researchers from such countries in AAMAS, and to foster research in
agents and multiagent systems. Attendees at such schools may be
graduate students and established researchers, or from industry.
AAMAS 2004 Announcement
AAMAS04 welcomes the submission of original research papers
centered around the themes ofautonomous agents and multiagent systems,
particularly those relating to the topic areasmentioned below. To be
held 19-23 July 2004 in New York City, NY. Papers due 16 January 2004.
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Colored Trails Project
Colored Trails (CT) is a test-bed for investigating the types of
decision-making that arise in task settings where the key interactions
are among goals (of individuals or of groups), tasks required to
accomplish those goals, and resources. The CT architecture allows
games to be played by groups comprising people, computer agents, or
heterogeneous mixes of people and computers. The purpose of the CT
framework is to enable to design, learn and evaluate players'
decision-making behavior as well as group dynamics in settings of
German DAI Group
The non-profit German Special Interest Group (SIG) on Distributed
Artificial Intelligence is concerned with the representation,
promotion and coordination of the field of Distributed AI and
multiagent systems. Being part of the Special Interest Group on
Artificial Intelligence of the German Informatics Society
(Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.), its activities are focused on
research, teaching and education, and industry.
Game Theory and Poker
A Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist has demonstrated
that you don't necessarily need to know much about poker to create
a computer program that can play a winning hand of Texas
Hold'Em. A knowledge of game theory, not the specialized expertise
of a human poker player, is at the heart of the poker robot called GS1
developed by Tuomas Sandholm, director of Carnegie Mellon's
Agent-Mediated Electronic Marketplaces Lab, and graduate student
Jobs at University of Southampton
Applications are invited for three Senior Research
Assistant/Research Fellow posts in the Intelligence, Agents,
Multimedia Group, in the School of Electronics and Computer Science at
the University of Southampton. The School is the largest of its kind
in the UK and was awarded the top grade of 5* for both Computer
Science and Electronics in the 2001 national assessment of research in
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