Program

Final Program (pdf)

Accepted Papers (here)

 

 

Detailed Program:

Keynote 1

Dott. Rino Falcone – Quale ruolo per la fiducia nella nuova AI?

Keynote 2

Dott. Nicola Guarino – Promises, favours, and services: an ontological analysis of the notion of service in multi-agent environments.

 


 

Session 1 – Simulation

Chair: TBA

Luca Crociani, Giuseppe Vizzari and Stefania Bandini – Between Avoidance and Imitation: Plausible Wayfinding in Pedestrian Agent-Based Models (pdf)

Fabio D’Urso, Corrado Santoro and Federico Fausto Santoro – Integrating Heterogeneous Tools for Physical Simulation of multi-Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (pdf)

Paolo Fornacciari, Gianfranco Lombardo, Monica Mordonini, Agostino Poggi and Michele Tomaiuolo – Agent based Cellular Automata Simulation (pdf)

Rino Falcone and Alessandro Sapienza – Institutional alarmism and the damage it provokes in case of hydrogeological disasters: a simulative estimation (pdf)

Federico Bergenti and Stefania Monica – A Kinetic Model of the Dynamics of Compromise in Large Multi-Agent Systems (pdf)

 

Session 2 – Reputation and Trust

Chair:TBA

Giuseppe Sarnè – A Reputation Agent Model for Reliable Vehicle-to-Vehicle Information (pdf)

Antonio Liotta, Fabrizio Messina, Domenico Rosaci and Giuseppe M.L. Sarne’ – Effective Group Formation in Agent Societies (pdf)

Lidia Fotia and Antonello Comi – Combining reliability, reputation and honesty to enhance QoS on Federated Computing Infrastructures (pdf)

Lidia Fotia – Recommending Items in Social Networks using Cliques-Based Trust (pdf)

 

Session 3 – Agent Programming

Chair:TBA

Federico Bergenti and Giuseppe Petrosino – Overview of a Scripting Language for JADE-Based Multi-Agent Systems (pdf)

Roberta Calegari, Giovanni Ciatto, Stefano Mariani, Enrico Denti and Andrea Omicini – Logic Programming in Space-Time: The Case of Situatedness in LPaaS (pdf)

Giovanni Ciatto, Roberta Calegari, Stefano Mariani, Enrico Denti and Andrea Omicini – From the Blockchain to Logic Programming and Back: Research Perspectives (pdf)

 

Session 4 – Engineering Complexity, Sociality and Adaptation

Chair:TBA

Maria Nadia Postorino and Luca Mantecchini – An Agent Framework to Support Air Passengers in Departure Terminals (pdf)

Claudio Savaglio, Giancarlo Fortino, Wilma Russo, Teemu Leppänen and Jukka Riekki – Re-Engineering IoT Systems through ACOSO-Meth: the IETF CoRE based agent framework case study (pdf)

Silvia Rossi, Giovanni Ercolano, Luca Raggioli, Marco Valentino and Claudia Di Napoli – A Framework for Personalized and Adaptive Socially Assistive Robotics (pdf)

Michele Ruta, Floriano Scioscia, Giuseppe Loseto, Filippo Gramegna, Agnese Pinto and Eugenio Di Sciascio – Semantic-based Social Intelligence through Multi-Agent Systems (pdf)

Luca Sabatucci, Massimo Cossentino and Salvatore Lopes -Self-Adaptive Reconfigurations of Shipboard Power Systems (pdf)

 

Session 5 – Agents and Knowledge

Chair:TBA

Davide Ancona, Angelo Ferrando and Viviana Mascardi – Agents Interoperability via Conformance Modulo Mapping. (pdf)

Daniela Briola, Viviana Mascardi and Massimilano Gioseffi – OntologyBeanGenerator 5.0: Extending Ontology Concepts with Methods and Exceptions (pdf)

Ronald Rosendahl, Ambra Calà, Konstantin Kirchheim, Arndt Lüder and Nikolai D’Agostino -Towards Smart Factory: Multi-Agent integration on industrial standards for service-oriented communication and semantic data exchange (pdf)

 

Session 6 – Agents Implementation

Chair:TBA

Antonio Chella, Francesco Lanza and Valeria Seidita – Representing and Developing Knowledge using Jason, Cartago and OWL (pdf)

Fabio Longo and Corrado Santoro – A Python-based Assistant Agent able to Interact with Natural Language (pdf)

Massimo Cossentino, Salvatore Lopes, Angelo Nuzzo, Giovanni Renda and Luca Sabatucci – A Comparison of the Basic Principles and Behavioural Aspects of Akka, JaCaMo and Jade Development Frameworks (pdf)