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Tutorials on Sept 20 (one room, 2.5-3 hours for each tutorial)

 
  1. Normative Multiagent Ststems: An Introduction to Social Theory for MAS Researchers
         Guido Boella, Torino University, Italy

         Harko Verhagen, Stockholm University, Sweden

 

In this tutorial we consider the relation between agent theory - both multiagent systems and autonomous agents - and the social sciences - sociology, philosophy, economics, etc. The relation is considered in two directions: how do the social sciences influence agent theory, and how does agent theory influence the social sciences?
 
 
  1. Introduction to Wireless Intelligence
          Qiang Yang
          Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
   
In this tutorial, I will give an overview of the recent developments in intelligently tracking user behavior in wireless environments, and discuss methods for recognizing users' locations, actions and plans in such environments.
 
 
  1. Agent-oriented Software Engineering
          Leon Sterling and Thomas Juan
          University of Melbourne, Australia
   
We will describe the ROADMAP methodology, place it in the context of other AOSE efforts. We will walk anticipants through requirements analysis, high-level design and detailed design for a portion of a real-world problem.
 
 

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