Volume 32, Number 6, November 2018
A dialogue-based approach for dealing with uncertain and conflicting information in medical diagnosis.

Chunli Yan Helena Lindgren Juan Carlos Nieves

A class of iterative refined Max-sum algorithms via non-consecutive value propagation strategies.

Ziyu Chen Yanchen Deng Tengfei Wu Zhongshi He

Action dependencies in privacy-preserving multi-agent planning.

Shlomi Maliah Guy Shani Roni Stern

Approximation and complexity of the optimization and existence problems for maximin share, proportional share, and minimax share allocation of indivisible goods.

Tobias Heinen Nhan-Tam Nguyen Trung Thanh Nguyen Jörg Rothe

Volume 32, Number 4, July 2018
Investigating the characteristics of one-sided matching mechanisms under various preferences and risk attitudes.

Hadi Hosseini Kate Larson Robin Cohen

Coalition structure generation in cooperative games with compact representations.

Suguru Ueda Atsushi Iwasaki Vincent Conitzer Naoki Ohta Yuko Sakurai Makoto Yokoo

GoCo: planning expressive commitment protocols.

Felipe Meneguzzi Mauricio Cecilio Magnaguagno Munindar P. Singh Pankaj R. Telang Neil Yorke-Smith

An agent-based model of the emergence and evolution of a language system for boolean coordination.

Josefina Sierra-Santibáñez

Volume 32, Number 3, May 2018
Spice: a cognitive agent framework for computational crowd simulations in complex environments.

Peter M. Kielar André Borrmann

Type checking for protocol role enactments via commitments.

Matteo Baldoni Cristina Baroglio Federico Capuzzimati Roberto Micalizio

Capturing an area-covering robot.

Roi Yehoshua Noa Agmon

Volume 32, Number 2, March 2018
Clonal plasticity: an autonomic mechanism for multi-agent systems to self-diversify.

Vivek Nallur Siobhán Clarke

A hybrid real-time agent platform for fault-tolerant, embedded applications.

Alexander O. Erlank Christopher P. Bridges

Situated artificial institutions: stability, consistency, and flexibility in the regulation of agent societies.

Maiquel de Brito Jomi Fred Hübner Olivier Boissier

Volume 32, Number 1, January 2018
Dynamic, distributed constraint solving and thermodynamic theory.

Roger Mailler Huimin Zheng Anton Ridgway

Social decisions and fairness change when people's interests are represented by autonomous agents.

Celso M. de Melo Stacy Marsella Jonathan Gratch

Multi-agent exploration of spatial dynamical processes under sparsity constraints.

Thomas Wiedemann Christoph Manss Dmitriy Shutin

A new Hierarchical Agent Protocol Notation.

Michael Winikoff Nitin Yadav Lin Padgham

Severity-sensitive norm-governed multi-agent planning.

Luca Gasparini Timothy J. Norman Martin J. Kollingbaum

Social interaction for efficient agent learning from human reward.

Guangliang Li Shimon Whiteson W. Bradley Knox Hayley Hung