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MAPC 2017 Special Issue

From: 08.02.2018

A Special Issue on the recent Multi-Agent Programming Contest 2017 will appear in Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence.[more]




Dr. Bullings article "On the complexity of resource-bounded logics" accepted in journal Theoretical Computer Science

From: 01.02.2018

Dr. Bulling got his article "On the complexity of resource-bounded logics" which he co-authored with Natasha Alechina, Stéphane Demri, and Brian Logan accepted in the journal Theoretical Computer Science (TCS).[more]




MAPC 2016 Special Issue

From: 31.01.2018

The Special Issue on the Agent Contest 2016 of the International Journal of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering is now available![more]




Prof. Dix is now in the Editorial Board of IEEE Intelligent Systems

From: 01.01.2018

Since January 2018, Prof. Dix is member of the Editorial Board of IEEE Intelligent Systems.[more]




IDC 2017 Proceedings published

From: 09.10.2017

IDC 2017 Proceedings published https://link.<wbr></wbr>springer.com/book/10.1007%<wbr></wbr>2F978-3-319-66379-1[more]




The papers of the special issue of IJAOSE for the "Agents in the City" Agentcontest of 2016 are out

From: 30.09.2017

The papers of the special issue of IJAOSE for the "Agents in the City" Agentcontest of 2016 are out: see here.[more]




Dr. Bulling is co-chair of the Industrial Applications Track at AAMAS 2018

From: 27.09.2017

Together with Prof. Ann Nowé (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Dr. Bulling is co-chair of the Industrial Applications Track at the 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems (AAMAS) to be held in...[more]




Multi-Agent Programming Contest 2017

From: 22.09.2017

Our group once again hosted the annual Multi-Agent Programming Contest. This time, seven teams from all over the world participated. We congratulate team BusyBeaver for winning the 2017 MAPC![more]




Prof. Dix is organizing a Dagstuhl seminar on Normative Multi-Agent Systems in April 2018

From: 01.08.2017

Prof. Dix is organizing a Dagstuhl seminar on Normative Multi-Agent Systems, together with Mehdi Dastani, Harko Varhagen and Serena Villata, in April 2018.[more]




Prof. Dix is PC chair, jointly with Prof. Guillermo Simari, of ISAIM 2018

From: 07.06.2017

Prof. Dix is PC chair, jointly with Prof. Guillermo Simari, of ISAIM 2018, International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics, Fort Lauderdale, January...[more]




Prof. Dix is PC co chair of IDC 2017

From: 31.03.2017

Prof. Dix is PC co chair of IDC 2017, International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing, October 2017 in Belgrade, http://idc2017.pmf.uns.ac.rs[more]




Prof Dix was elected member of the Braunschweigische Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (BWG)

From: 31.01.2017

Prof Dix was elected member of the Braunschweigische Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (BWG), an academy of science in Lower Saxony.[more]




Two papers at EUMAS 2016

From: 15.12.2016

Our two papers entitled "Scalable Multi-Agent Simulation based on MapReduce" and "Agent-based simulation for software development processes"  have been accepted for EUMAS 2016 in Valencia, and...[more]




New Issue of AMAI on Belief Change and Argumentation in Multi-Agent Scenarios

From: 01.12.2016

A new issue of the Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence on Belief Change and Argumentation in Multi-Agent Scenarios co-edited by Jürgen Dix is now available here.[more]




Nils' article The Virtues of Idleness: A Decidable Fragment of Resource Agent Logic accepted for AI journal

From: 01.12.2016

The article 'The Virtues of Idleness: A Decidable Fragment of Resource Agent Logic’ co-authored by Nils Bulling was accepted for the top journal Artificial Intelligence.[more]




Prof. Dix is a PC chair of IDC 2017

From: 21.11.2016

Jürgen Dix is a PC chair of IDC 2017 (11th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing, Belgrade, Serbia).[more]




Article accepted for IJAOSE special issue

From: 01.11.2016

Our article 'An architecture for scalable simulation of systems of cognitive agents’ was accepted for a special issue of the International Journal of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering.[more]




Nils' article Norm-based Mechanism Design: An Approach to Control and Coordinate Multi-Agent Systems accepted for AI journal

From: 01.10.2016

The article 'Norm-based Mechanism Design: An Approach to Control and Coordinate Multi-Agent Systems’ co-authored by Nils Bulling was accepted for the top journal Artificial Intelligence.[more]




Multi-Agent Programming Contest 2016

From: 13.09.2016

Once again we hosted the international Multi-Agent Programming Contest. We congratulate the winning team PUCRS from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. [more]




SimSe project kick-off

From: 21.04.2016

The SWZ project "Simulating Software Evolution" (SimSe) has started as a cooperation between the SWZ partners Clausthal (our group) and Göttingen.[more]




 

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