Accepted Papers

EUMAS-2020

Accepted papers

  • Emmanouil Rigas and Konstantinos Tsompanidis. Congestion Management for Mobility-on-Demand Schemes that use Electric Vehicles
  • Huan Vu, Samir Aknine, Sarvapali Ramchurn and Alessandro Farinelli. Decentralised Multi-Intersection Congestion Control for Connected Autonomous Vehicles
  • Bing Shi and Xiao Li. A Game-Theoretical Analysis of Charging Strategies for Competing Double Auction Marketplaces
  • Luca Capezzuto, Danesh Tarapore and Sarvapali D. Ramchurn. Anytime and Efficient Coalition Formation with Spatial and Temporal Constraints
  • Mariela Morveli Espinoza, Juan Carlos Nieves and Cesar A. Tacla. Measuring the Strength of Rhetorical Arguments
  • Alberto Castellini, Giulio Mazzi, Enrico Marchesini and Alessandro Farinelli. Explaining the influence of prior knowledge on POMCP policies
  • Matteo Murari, Alessandro Farinelli and Riccardo Sartea. A Game of Double Agents: Repeated Stackelberg Games with Role Switch
  • Manel Ayadi, Jérôme Lang and Nahla Ben Amor. Approximating Voting Rules from Truncated BallotsEUMAS2020 Best Paper Award candidate
  • Marija Slavkovik, Hanna Kujawska and Jan-J. Ruckmann. Predicting the winners of Borda, Kemeny and Dodgson elections with supervised machine learning
  • Louise Dennis and Marija Slavkovik. Model-checking Information Diffusion in Social Networks with PRISM
  • Nikolaos Spanoudakis. Statecharts and Agent Technology: The Past and Future
  • Onuralp Ulusoy and Pinar Yolum. Agents for Preserving Privacy: Learning and Decision Making Collaboratively
  • Thomas Kent, Arthur Richards and Angus Johnson. Single-Agent Polices for the Multi-Agent Persistent Surveillance Problem via Artificial Heterogeneity
  • Francesco Bertolotti and Riccardo Occa. “Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads.” Using Agent-based modeling to analyze the economic impact of Hyperloop introduction on a supply chain
  • Francesco Bertolotti, Angela Locoro and Luca Mari. Sensitivity to Initial Conditions in Agent-based Models
  • Konstantinos Grevenitis, Ilias Sakellariou and Petros Kefalas. Emotional Agents Make a (Bank) Run
  • Hugo Sardinha, Mauro Dragone and Patricia A. Vargas. Combining Lévy Walks and Flocking for Cooperative Surveillance using Aerial Swarms
  • Angelo Croatti and Alessandro Ricci. From Virtual Worlds to Mirror Worlds: A Model and Platform for Building Agent-based eXtended Realities
  • Tiago Mota and Mohan Sridharan. Deep Learning and Commonsense Reasoning for Transparent Decision Making on Robots
  • Tabajara Krausburg, Vinicius Chrisosthemos, Rafael H. Bordini and Jürgen Dix. Disaster Response Simulation as a Testbed for Multi-Agent Systems
  • Nardine Osman, Carles Sierra, Ronald Chenu-Abente, Shen Qiang and Fausto Giunchiglia. Open Social Systems
  • Priyank Agrawal and Theja Tulabandhula. Incentivising Exploration and Recommendations for Contextual Bandits with Payments
  • Rafael C. Cardoso, Angelo Ferrando, Louise A. Dennis and Michael Fisher. An Interface for Programming Verifiable Autonomous Agents in ROS
  • Mohan Sridharan and Heather Riley. Integrating Deep Learning with Non-monotonic Logical Reasoning for Explainable Visual Question Answering
  • Mohan Sridharan, Rocio Gomez and Heather Riley. Towards a Theory of Intentions for Human-Robot Collaboration
  • Jazon Szabo, Jose M. Such and Natalia Criado. Understanding the role of values and norms in practical reasoning
  • Farzaneh Farhadi and Nicholas R. Jennings. A Faithful Mechanism for Privacy-Sensitive Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Problems
  • Vahid Yazdanpanah, Mehdi Dastani, Shaheen Fatima, Nicholas R. Jennings, Devrim M. Yazan and Henk Zijm. Multiagent Task Coordination as Task Allocation Plus Task Responsibility
  • Sharan Gopal, Rishabh Mathur, Shaunak Deshwal, and Anil Singh Parihar. Learning summarised messaging through mediated differentiable inter-agent learning
  • Marianna Belotti, Stefano Moretti and Paolo Zappalà. Rewarding miners: bankruptcy situations and pooling strategies
  • Boya Di and Nicholas Jennings. Privacy-Preserving Dialogues between Agents: A Contract-Based Incentive Mechanism for Distributed Meeting SchedulingEUMAS2020 Best Paper Award candidate
  • Sacha Lhopital, Samir Aknine, Vincent Thavonekham, Huan Vu and Sarvapali Ramchurn. Decentralised Control of Intelligent Devices: A Healthcare Facility Study