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Program and accepted papers:

  • - Collaborative online organizations workshop will take place in the afternoon of May 6. This is the program guide for the workshop.
  • 13:30 – 13:35 Opening

    13:35 – 14:05

    "A Review of Online Collaboration Tools Used by the University of North Dakota OpenOrbiter Program"
    Jeremy Straub and Christoffer Korvald
    Department of Computer Science at University of North Dakota

    14:05 – 14:35 "A Smart Home model to Demand Side Management"
    Rodrigo Martins and Felipe Meneguzzi
    Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
    14:35 – 15:05 "Desktop Warfare: Robotic Collaboration for Persistent Surveillance, Situational Awareness and Combat Operations"
    Jeremy Straub
    Department of Computer Science at University of North Dakota
    15:05 – 15:35

    "Group Roles in Massively Multiplayer Online Games"
    Kiran Lakkaraju and Jon Whetzel
    Sandia National Laboratories

    15:35 – 16:05 Coffee break
    16:05 – 16:35

    Invited Talk
    "Plasticity in Network Organization"
    Presented by Henry Hexmoor
    Department of Computer Science at Southern Illinois University

    16:35 – 17:25 Panel Presentation
    17:25 – 17:30 Closing
  • * Please register to attend the workshop. Authors must register for the workshop in order to have their paper published.

    • - The panel discussion will take place after paper presentations and will have a rather impromptu nature. It will discuss important issues related to workshop aim and to answer some important questions, such as:


      How do the emerging social networks affect collaboration?

        What is expected for online organizations?
        Are there killer applications for online organizations?
        How can humans and machines best collaborate online?

      - If you think that you can contribute to this panel or you have more questions ideas to discuss, please attend the workshop and discuss your ideas with expert people in this area.
    • * NOTE: The complete proceeding can be downloaded from here.


Overview of the Current Conjunction:

- AAMAS 2013 :

The AAMAS (International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems) series was initiated in 2002 as a merger of three highly respected individual conferences: AGENTS (International Conference on Autonomous Agents), ICMAS (International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems), and ATAL (International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages). The aim of the joint conference is to provide a single, high-profile, internationally renowned forum for research in the theory and practice of autonomous agents and multiagent systems.


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