© 2006

Agent Computing and Multi-Agent Systems

9th Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA 2006, Guilin, China, August 7-8, 2006. Proceedings

  • Zhong-Zhi Shi
  • Ramakoti Sadananda
Conference proceedings PRIMA 2006

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4088)

Also part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence book sub series (LNAI, volume 4088)

Table of contents

  1. Agent Grid

    1. Xun Gong, Tao Li, Ji Lu, Tiefang Wang, Gang Liang, Jin Yang et al.
      Pages 187-198
  2. Semantic Web Services

    1. Fen Lin, Lirong Qiu, He Huang, Qing Yu, Zhongzhi Shi
      Pages 199-210
    2. Wei Wang, Guosun Zeng, Lulai Yuan
      Pages 211-219
    3. Liao Lejian, Zhu Liehuang, Qiu Jing
      Pages 220-232
  3. Collaboration

    1. Maoguang Wang, Li Zeng, Jiewen Luo, Qing Yu
      Pages 245-255
    2. Li-ming Wang, Yang Bai
      Pages 269-278
  4. Coordination and Negotiation

    1. Rie Tanaka, Hideyuki Nakanishi, Toru Ishida
      Pages 293-304
    2. Philippe Pasquier, Frank Dignum, Iyad Rahwan, Liz Sonenberg
      Pages 327-338
  5. Agent Learning

    1. Zhang Zheng, Ma Shu-gen, Cao Bing-gang, Zhang Li-ping, Li Bin
      Pages 339-350
    2. Yu-An Tan, Xin-Hua Zhang, Li-Ning Xing, Xue-Lan Zhang, Shu-Wu Wang
      Pages 351-361
    3. Il Kwang Kim, Jae Young Lee, Il Kon Kim
      Pages 362-373
  6. Peer to Peer Computing

    1. ShuiChao, Huaiming Wang, ZhouPen, JiaYan
      Pages 386-397
    2. DeGuo Yang, Hui Wang, CuiRong Wang, Yuan Gao
      Pages 398-408
    3. Seungkeun Lee, Junghyun Lee
      Pages 409-419

About these proceedings


PRIMA is a series of workshops on agent computing and multi-agent systems, integrating the activities in Asia and Pacific Rim countries. Agent computing and multi-agent systems are computational systems in which several autonomous or se- autonomous agents interact with each other or work together to perform some set of tasks or satisfy some set of goals. These systems may involve computational agents that are homogeneous or heterogeneous, they may involve activities on the part of agents having common or distinct goals, and they may involve participation on the part of humans and intelligent agents. The aim of PRIMA 2006 was to bring together Asian and Pacific Rim researchers and developers from academia and industry to report on the latest technical advances or domain applications and to discuss and explore scientific and practical problems as raised by the participants. PRIMA 2006 received 203 submitted papers. Each paper was reviewed by two internationally renowned Program Committee members. After careful reviews, 39 regular papers and 57 short papers were selected for this volume. We would like to thank all the authors who submitted papers to the workshop. We are very grateful to all Program Committee members and reviewers for their splendid work in reviewing the papers. Finally, we thank the editorial staff of Springer for publishing this volume in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series.


Evolution agent interaction agent learning agent modeling agent-oriented software engineering algorithm automata autonomous agents component-oriented agents intelligent agents logic model checking proving robot semantic web

Editors and affiliations

  • Zhong-Zhi Shi
    • 1
  • Ramakoti Sadananda
    • 2
  1. 1.Key Laboratory of Intelligent Information Processing, Institute of Computing TechnologyChinese Academy of SciencesBeijing
  2. 2.Asian Institute of TechnologyKlong Luang, PathumthaniThailand

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