IAT4EB workshop will provide a space for the discussion of Artificial Intelligence driven concepts and recent developments on Agent-based techniques dealing with interoperability issues in e-business environments. These issues mainly refer to complementary perspectives on agents' interaction, coordination, regulation and trust.
A wide variety of electronic business scenarios and systems, as well as agent-based approaches to this subject, have been proposed in recent years. The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together the most recent and innovative scientific research from a diversity of fields as Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Systems that focus on modelling, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of computational agents for e-business operations.
In the context of IAT4EB workshop, we want to present and
discuss promising new work towards the development of advanced
methodologies and tools related to agent and multi-agent systems that:
- support the interaction and collaboration between heterogeneous business agent entities (providing advanced services like negotiation, contracting, ontology facilities, etc)
- support business process management, through on-line learning and cross enterprises adaptation
- promote the security of e-business applications, through regulation procedures and trust measures
The workshop includes sessions for
peer-reviewed papers, and (panel) discussions.
Topics of Interest
IAT4EB workshop covers both theoretical and practical aspects
agent–based systems in e-business. A non-exaustive list of relevant
- Formal models of agent based systems in e-business
- Auctions and negotiation technology
- Argumentation for Negotiation
- Contract theory for e-business
- Trust and reputation computational models
- Norms in e-business
- Self regulation systems
- Recommender systems
- Adaptation and learning in e-business
- Digital business ecosystems
- Future Internet Enterprise Systems
- Agent-based business processes
- Adaptive business processes
- Agent-based Virtual Organisations
- Electronic Institutions
- Cross-enterprise interoperability
- Ontologies in e-business
- Social issues in e-business
All workshop participants are required to register for both
workshop and the main conference.