Workshop format

Every paper in the workshop will have the same amount of time: 10 minutes. There is not time allocated for questions right after each presentation. Every question will have to wait to the final time slot allocated into each session. Questions or discussions about related topics will take place at the end of each session. Each session will be chaired by some selected attendants. Their responsibility will be trying to keep interesting threads of discussion while ensuring all papers have an opportunity to be commented out. There is some time allocated for making demos of works presented in the workshop. Those interested in using this time, please, contact Marie-Pierre.


9:00-10:30 Session 1
  • Iván García-Magariño, Jorge Gómez-Sanz and Rubén Fuentes-Fernández. Model Transformations for Improving Multi-agent Systems Development in INGENIAS
  • Cuiyun Hu and Xinjun Mao. A Model-Driven Approach for Developing Self-adaptive Multi-Agent Systems
  • Christian Hahn. Automatic Generation of executable Behavior: A Protocol-driven Approach
  • Zhiyong Zhang, John Thangarajah and Lin Padgham. Model based Testing for Agent Systems
  • Discussion:50 minutes
10:30-11:00 Coffe break
11:00-12:30 Session 2
  • Derek J. Sollenberger and Munindar P. Singh. Methodology for Engineering Affective Social Applications
  • Anton Bogdanovych, Juan Antonio Rodriguez, Simeon Simoff, A. Cohen and Carles Sierra. 3D Virtual Worlds as Normative Multiagent Systems
  • Ingrid Nunes, Carlos Lucena, Uirá Kulesza and Camila Nunes. On the Development of Multi-agent Systems Product Lines: A Domain Engineering Process
  • Discussion:60 minutes
10:30-11:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Session 3
  • Jan Sudeikat and Wolfgang Renz. Qualitative Modeling of MAS Dynamics - Using Systemic Modeling to Examine the Intended and Unintended Consequences of Agent Coaction
  • Walamitien Oyenan, Scott DeLoach and Gurdip Singh. Exploiting Reusable Organizations to Reduce Complexity in Multiagent System Design
  • Loris Penserini, Huib Aldewereld, Frank Dignum and Virginia Dignum. A Formal Specification for Organizational Adaptation
  • Estefania Argente, Vicent Botti and Vicente Julian. GORMAS: An Organizational-Oriented Methodological Guideline for Open MAS
  • Discussion:50 minutes
15:30-16:00 Coffe break
16:30-18:30 Session 5 (initially reserved for demos)
  • Virginia Dignum OperettA: a model-based framework for the development of agent organizations
  • John Thangarajah: /title to be provided/
  • Derek Sollenberger, Koko: A Social, Affective Middleware