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Publications of year 2009

Books

  1. Leon Sterling and Kuldar Taveter. The Art of Agent-Oriented Modelling. MIT Press, 2009.
    Note: Forthcoming.
    Keywords: agent-oriented software engineering, agentlab, ROADMAP, honours reading.
    @book{ tag,
    Author = {Sterling, Leon and Taveter, Kuldar},
    Title = {The Art of Agent-Oriented Modelling},
    Publisher = {MIT Press},
    Note = {Forthcoming},
    Keywords = {agent-oriented software engineering, agentlab, ROADMAP, honours reading},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


Journal Articles and Chapters

  1. Arie Ben-David and Leon Sterling. Adding monotonicity to learning algorithms may impair their accuracy. Expert Syst. Appl., 36(3):6627-6634, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, agent-oriented software engineering.
    @article{ tag,
    Author = {Ben-David, Arie and Sterling, Leon},
    Title = {Adding monotonicity to learning algorithms may impair their accuracy},
    Journal = {Expert Syst. Appl.},
    Volume = {36},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {6627-6634},
    Keywords = {agentlab, agent-oriented software engineering},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


  2. Jeni Paay Boettcher, Leon Sterling, Frank Vetere, Steve Howard, and Anne. Engineering the social: The role of shared artifacts. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 67(5):437-454, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, agent-oriented software engineering.
    @article{ tag,
    Author = {Boettcher, Jeni Paay and Leon Sterling and Frank Vetere and Steve Howard and Anne},
    Title = { Engineering the social: The role of shared artifacts},
    Journal = {International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction},
    Volume = {67},
    Number = {5},
    Pages = {437-454},
    Keywords = {agentlab, agent-oriented software engineering},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


  3. Iyad Rahwan Dignum, Philippe Pasquier, Liz Sonenberg, and Frank. A formal analysis of interest-based negotiation. Ann., Math. Artif. Intell., 55(3-4):253-276, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, models of interaction and context aware applications.
    @article{ tag,
    Author = {Dignum, Iyad Rahwan and Philippe Pasquier and Liz Sonenberg and Frank},
    Title = {A formal analysis of interest-based negotiation},
    Journal = {Ann., Math. Artif. Intell.},
    Volume = {55},
    Number = {3-4},
    Pages = {253-276},
    Keywords = {agentlab, models of interaction and context aware applications},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


  4. Budhitama Subagdja Rahwan, Liz Sonenberg, and Iyad. Intentional learning agent architecture. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 18(3):417-470, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, models of interaction and context aware applications.
    @article{ tag,
    Author = {Rahwan, Budhitama Subagdja and Liz Sonenberg and Iyad},
    Title = {Intentional learning agent architecture},
    Journal = {Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems},
    Volume = {18},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {417-470},
    Keywords = {agentlab, models of interaction and context aware applications},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


Conference Proceedings

  1. Michelle L. Blom and Adrian R. Pearce. An Argumentation-Based Interpreter for Golog Programs. In International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2009), Los Angeles, pages 690-695, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, automated planning languages. [download paper ]
    @inproceedings{ tag,
    Author = {Blom, Michelle L. and Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Title = {An Argumentation-Based Interpreter for Golog Programs},
    BookTitle = {International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2009)},
    Address= {Los Angeles},
    Pages = {690-695},
    URL = {http://ijcai.org/papers09/Papers/IJCAI09-120.pdf},
    Keywords = {agentlab, automated planning languages},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


Thesis

  1. Peter Hebden. Distributed asynchronous clustering for small-world properties and Bloom gradient routing for wireless sensor networks. PhD, The University of Melbourne, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, automated planning languages, sensor networks. [download paper ]
    @phdthesis{ tag,
    Author = {Hebden, Peter},
    Advisor = {Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Editor = {Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Title = {Distributed asynchronous clustering for small-world properties and Bloom gradient routing for wireless sensor networks },
    School = {The University of Melbourne},
    Type = {PhD},
    URL = {http://www.agentlab.unimelb.edu.au/papers/hebden2009.pdf},
    Keywords = {agentlab, automated planning languages, sensor networks},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


  2. Jian Huang. Collaborative logic programming via deductive-inductive resolution. PhD, The University of Melbourne, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, automated planning languages, collaborative logic programming, NOSA. [download paper ]
    @phdthesis{ tag,
    Author = {Huang, Jian},
    Advisor = {Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Editor = {Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Title = {Collaborative logic programming via deductive-inductive resolution},
    School = {The University of Melbourne},
    Type = {PhD},
    URL = {http://www.agentlab.unimelb.edu.au/papers/huang2009.pdf},
    Keywords = {agentlab, automated planning languages, collaborative logic programming, NOSA},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


  3. Yen-Ting Kuo. Capturing domain knowledge for knowledge discovery. PhD, The University of Melbourne, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, models of interaction and context aware applications. [download paper ]
    @phdthesis{ tag,
    Author = {Kuo, Yen-Ting},
    Advisor = {Lonie, Andrew and Sonenberg, Liz and Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Editor = {Lonie, Andrew and Sonenberg, Liz and Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Title = {Capturing domain knowledge for knowledge discovery},
    School = {The University of Melbourne},
    Type = {PhD},
    URL = {http://repository.unimelb.edu.au/10187/7080},
    Keywords = {agentlab, models of interaction and context aware applications},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    


  4. Michael Papasimeon. Modelling Agent-Environment Interaction in Multi-Agent Simulations with Affordances. PhD, The University of Melbourne, 2009.
    Keywords: agentlab, automated planning languages, multi-agent simulation. [download paper ]
    @phdthesis{ tag,
    Author = {Papasimeon, Michael},
    Advisor = {Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Editor = {Pearce, Adrian R.},
    Title = {Modelling Agent-Environment Interaction in Multi-Agent Simulations with Affordances},
    School = {The University of Melbourne},
    Type = {PhD},
    URL = {http://www.agentlab.unimelb.edu.au/papers/papasimeon2009.pdf},
    Keywords = {agentlab, automated planning languages, multi-agent simulation},
    Year = {2009} 
    }
    



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