Southampton University : Intelligent Multi-Agent Systems

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Day 1 : Wednesday 7th September 2005 : Themed Papers

Time Session Supervisor
09:00 Registration and Tea / Coffee
09:45 Product distribution theory for control of multi-agent systems Chiu Fan Lee (Oxford University)
10:30 Computational mechanism design for multi-agent systems Rajdeep Dash (Southampton University)
11:15 Coffee
11:45 Scaling up reinforcement learning with symbolic planning Daniel Kudenko (York University)
12:30 Lunch
13:45 Inter-agent communication: a cost reduction approach using an autonomous mobile mailbox Armin Stranjak (Rolls-Royce plc)
14:30 Multi-agent systems as a basis for anticipatory, reflective complex adaptive systems Peter McBurney (Liverpool University)
15:15 Tea
15:45 Markets for resource allocation in a rendering service utility Andrew Byde (HP Labs)
16:30 Solution to Puzzle Corner #30
16:45 End of Day One
17:30 Coach pickup for boat trip on the Hamble and meal in the Rising Sun at Warsash

Day 2 : Thursday 8th September 2005 : Themed and General Papers

Time Session Supervisor
09:00 Registration and Tea / Coffee
09:30 Optimal design of English auctions with discrete bid levels Alex Rogers (Southampton University)
10:15 Neural-inspired approaches to graph colouring John Shawe-Taylor (Southampton University)
11:00 Coffee
11:30 Pattern recognition and trading decisions Chris Satchwell (Technical Forecasts Ltd)
12:30 Lunch
13:30 End-to-end defect prediction: Motorola's experience with Bayesian nets Rishabh Gupta (Motorola)
14:05 Image analysis tools for real-time three-dimensional echocardiography Vicente Grau (Oxford University)
14:40 Multi-agent systems: collective behaviour in animal groups Iain Couzin (Oxford University)
15:15 Tea and Close