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Title: Proceedings of the 2014 Workshop on Intelligent Agents and Technologies for Socially Interconnected Systems
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: IAT4SIS workshop will provide a space for the discussion on Artificial Intelligence driven concepts and recent developments on Agent-based techniques dealing with interoperability issues in socially interconnected systems. These issues mainly refer to complementary perspectives on interaction, coordination, negotiation, regulation and trust.A wide variety of electronic business scenarios and systems, including enterprises networking, as well as agent-based approaches to this subject, have been proposed in recent years. The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together the most recent and innovative scientific research from a diversity of fields as Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Systems that focus on modelling, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of computational agents for interconnected systems, namely in e-business operations.In the context of IAT4SIS workshop, we want to present and discuss promising new work towards the development of advanced methodologies and tools related to agents and multi-agent systems that: support the interaction and collaboration between heterogeneous business agent entities (providing advanced services like negotiation, argumentation, e- contracting, ontology facilities, etc) support business process management, through on-line learning and cross organisations adaptation promote the security of social interconnected applications, through regulation and normative procedures and trust-based measures analyze and support, through electronic tools, (enterprises or social) web-based networking
Description: IAT4SIS workshop will provide a space for the discussion on Artificial Intelligence driven concepts and recent developments on Agent-based techniques dealing with interoperability issues in socially interconnected systems. These issues mainly refer to complementary perspectives on interaction, coordination, negotiation, regulation and trust.A wide variety of electronic business scenarios and systems, including enterprises networking, as well as agent-based approaches to this subject, have been proposed in recent years. The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together the most recent and innovative scientific research from a diversity of fields as Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Systems that focus on modelling, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of computational agents for interconnected systems, namely in e-business operations.In the context of IAT4SIS workshop, we want to present and discuss promising new work towards the development of advanced methodologies and tools related to agents and multi-agent systems that: support the interaction and collaboration between heterogeneous business agent entities (providing advanced services like negotiation, argumentation, e- contracting, ontology facilities, etc) support business process management, through on-line learning and cross organisations adaptation promote the security of social interconnected applications, through regulation and normative procedures and trust-based measures analyze and support, through electronic tools, (enterprises or social) web-based networkingThe workshop includes sessions for presentation of peer-reviewed papers, and (panel) discussions
Subject: Informática, Ciências da computação e da informação
Informatics, Computer and information sciences
Scientific areas: Ciências exactas e naturais::Ciências da computação e da informação
Natural sciences::Computer and information sciences
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10216/74303
Document Type: Livro de Atas de Conferência Internacional
Rights: restrictedAccess
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
Appears in Collections:FEUP - Livro de Atas de Conferência Internacional

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