9:30-11:00 Session 1: Organizations and aspects
  • Kalyan Chakrawarthy and Rushikesh Joshi. Capturing Task and Dependency Aspects in Agent Oriented Requirement Specifications
  • Luciano Coutinho, Anarosa Brandão, Jaime Sichman and Olivier Boissier. Model-Driven Integration of Organizational Models
  • Estefania Argente, Vicente Julian and Vicent Botti. MAS Modelling based on Organizations
11:30-13:00 Session 2: SPEM
  • Valeria Seidita, Massimo Cossentino and Salvatore Gaglio. Using and Extending the SPEM Specifications to Represent Agent Oriented Methodologies
  • Alma Gómez, Iván García-Magariño and Juan Carlos González-Moreno. Definition of Process Models for Agent-based Development
  • Sylvain Rougemaille, Frédéric Migeon, Thierry Millan and Marie-Pierre GLEIZES. Methodology Fragments Definition in SPEM for Designing Adaptive Methodology : a First Step.
14:30-16:00 Session 3: Development
  • Khanh Hoa Dam and Michael Winikoff. Evaluating an Agent-Oriented approach for Change Propagation
  • Oleg Karsaev, Vladimir Samoylov and Victor Konushy. Support for Analysis, Design, and Implementation stages with MASDK
  • Min-Jung Yoo and Remy Glardon. A Feasibility Study on Using Open Source Agent Platforms for the Distributed Simulation of Enterprise Value Adding Networks
  • Bart-Jan Van Putten, Virginia Dignum, Maarten Sierhuis and Shawn Wolfe. OperA and Brahms: a symphony?
16:30-18:30 Session 4: Method Engineering and Metamodels
  • Lin Padham, Michael Winikoff, Scott DeLoach and Massimo Cossentino. A Unified Graphical Notation for AOSE?
  • José M. Gascueña and Antonio Fernández-Caballero. Prometheus and INGENIAS Agent Methodologies: A Complementary Approach
  • Massimo Cossentino, Salvatore Gaglio, Stéphane Galland, Nicolas Gaud, Vincent Hilaire, abderrafiaa KOUKAM and Valeria Seidita. A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process composition
  • Daniel Cabrera and Claudio Cubillo. Using PASSI + UML-F for Software Framework Design: A Study Case on a Passenger Transportation Virtual Enterprise


9:00-11:00 Session 5: Testing
  • Cu D. Nguyen, Anna Perini and Paolo Tonella. Experimental Evaluation of Ontology-based Test Generation for Multi-Agent Systems
  • Jorge Gomez-Sanz, Juan Botia, Emilio Serrano and Juan Pavón. Testing and debugging of MAS interactions with INGENIAS
  • Erdem Eser Ekinci, Ali Murat Tiryaki, Ovunc Cetin and Oguz Dikenelli. Goal-Oriented Agent Testing Revisited
  • Jan Sudeikat and Wolfgang Renz. A Systemic Approach to the Validation of Self-Organizing Dynamics within MAS
11:30-13:00 Session 6: Semantics, Notation, and Software Product Lines
  • Christian Hahn and Klaus Fischer. The Formal Semantics of the Platform Independent Modeling Language for Multiagent Systems
  • Iván García-Magariño, Jorge Gomez-Sanz and Rubén Fuentes-Fernández. An Evaluation Framework for MAS Modeling Languages based on Metamodel Metrics
  • Ingrid Nunes, Camila Nunes, Uirá Kulesza and Carlos Lucena. Developing and Evolving Multi-Agent System Product Lines