Welcome To MABS 2009

MABS 2009 is the tenth edition of the International Workshop on Multi-Agent Based Simulation, which will be hosted at AAMAS 2009, the eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, that is going to take place in Budapest, Hungary, on May 10-15, 2009.

Aims

Multi-Agent Based Simulation (MABS) is an inter-disciplinary area born at the intersection between the multi-agent systems (MAS) community and the agent-based social simulation (ABSS) community. The workshop aims to bring together scholars interested in agent-based systems and computational models of real-world societies, at different levels of organization, in order to create a forum for dialogue and research across disciplines.

Organizers

H. Van Dyke Parunak, NewVectors division of TechTeam Gov. Solutions, Inc., USA
Gennaro Di Tosto, Institute of Cognitive Science and Tehnologies, CNR, Italy

Paper Submission

The deadline has been extended! The new deadline is February 8.

Submit your paper in Springer LNCS format before February 8, 2009. The PDF file must not exceed 12 pages in length.

Read the Call for Papers

Mabs Series

From 1998 to 2000, the workshop was organized every two years, co-located with ICMAS. Since 2002, MABS has become an annual event, always associated with the international conference of Autonomous Agent and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS).

You can find information about all the past editions here.

Updates

Mar 21, 2009: the list of accepted papers is online.

Mar 05, 2009: preparation of camera-ready version of accepted papers is postponed to Mar 15, 2009.

Jan 27, 2009: submission's deadline extended to Feb 8, 2009.

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