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Program and accepted papers:

  • - Collaborative online organizations workshop will take place in the afternoon of May 6. This is the (tentative) program guide for the workshop.
  • 14:00 – 14:05

    14:05 – 14:30

    "An approach for Computing Social Capital using Social Networks Analysis"
    Ali Alghamdi, Monawar Omar, Abdullah Albuali and Henry Hexmoor, USA

    14:30 – 15:00
    "The Impact of Human-Agent Communication in a Collaborative Environment on Shared Mental Model and Team Performance"
    Nader Hanna and Deborah Richards, Australia
    15:00 – 15:30
    "Evaluation of the Utility Function in Terrorist Organizations: the Case of Aum Shinrikyo"
    Jennifer Haegele and Saad Alqithami, USA
    15:30 – 16:00
    Coffee break
    16:00 – 16:30

    "Ontology-driven collaborative support for rural enterprise"
    David Emele, Akanimo Okure and Timothy Norman, UK

    16:30 – 17:00

    "Predicting Consumers' Likeness"
    CheeChian Cheng, Chong Peng and Le Gao, USA

    17:00 – 17:30

    "A based Dynamic Role-enabled Multi-Agent Information System"
    Ayoub Bousselmi, Hayfa Zgaya, Thomas Bourdeaud'Huy and Slim Hammadi, France

    17:30 – 17:45

    " Small Team Group Dynamics in Online Games "
    Brian Guthrie, Kevin Reuter, and Michael Barkdoll, United States

    17:45 – 17:55
    Panel Presentation
    17:55 – 18:00

    • The Panel:
      - Similar to previous workshop (COOS'13), 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 would like to contribute to this panel and may have more questions/ideas to discuss, please let us hear from you.
    • * NOTE: The complete proceeding of COOS 2014 is available to be accessed from here. (May 7th, 2014)
    • The post-proceeding will be released later and available for access from the LNCS webpage (visit submission section for more details).

Overview of the Current Conjunction:

- AAMAS 2014 :

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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