St. Paul, 6 May 2013
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Note: Deadline extended to 17 Feb.
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The design and analysis of electronic commerce systems in which agents are deployed involves finding solutions to a large and diverse array of problems, concerning individual agent behaviors, interaction, and collective behavior. A wide variety of electronic commerce scenarios and systems, and agent approaches to these, have been studied in recent years. These studies suggest models that support the design and the analysis at both the level of the single agent and the level of the multi-agent system.
This workshop will address both the agent level and the system level, combining design and analysis aspects of electronic commerce. The primary goal of this workshop is to continue to bring together novel work from diverse fields as Computer Science, Game Theory, Economics, Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Systems that focus on modeling, implementation and evaluation of computational trading agents and institutions.
We particularly encourage work that addresses the computational and practical aspects of agent-mediated electronic commerce along the following (non-limiting) topics:
Furthermore, this workshop will also welcome position papers discussing central non-technical issues of agent-mediated electronic commerce. For instance:
AMEC XV is collocated with the Twelfth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS-2013), in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA. It will take place on 6th May 2013.
AMEC XV will build on the success of previous workshops, namely: AMEC XIV, collocated with AAMAS-2012; AMEC XIII, collocated with AAMAS-2011; AMEC XII, collocated with AAMAS-2010; AMEC XI, collocated with AAMAS-2009; AMEC X, collocated with AAMAS-2008; AMEC IX, collocated with AAMAS-2007; TADA/AMEC VIII, collocated with AAMAS-2006; AMEC VII, collocated with AAMAS-2005; AMEC VI, collocated with AAMAS'04; AMEC V, collocated with AAMAS'03; AMEC IV, collocated with AAMAS'02; AMEC III, collocated with Agents'00; and AMEC II, collocated with IJCAI'99. Compilations of the best workshop papers of previous AMEC editions have been published as edited books by Springer, in the LNCS / LNAI series.