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DM: Agents '99: Early Registion Deadline is Friday!

From: Craig A. Knoblock
Date: Thu, 1 Apr 1999 12:58:24 -0500 (EST)

Third International Conference on AUTONOMOUS AGENTS (Agents '99)

              Seattle, Washington, May 1-5, 1999


Early registration: April 2
Cutoff date for conference rate at the hotel: April 1.

Agents'99 Invited Speakers

Michael Mauldin
Chief Scientist, Lycos, Inc.
Managing Director, Virtual Personalities, Inc.
May 3, 1999 
09:00 - 10:00 a.m. 

Wolfgang Wahlster
German Artificial Intelligence Research Center Ltd. (DFKI GmbH)
May 3, 1999
17:45 - 18:45

Brian Williams
May 4, 1999
08:30 - 09:30 a.m.

Bill Joy
Chief Scientist and Corporate Executive Officer
Sun Microsystems
Java and JINI: Toward a Network of Objects and Agents
May 4, 1999
approx. 19:00 

Dan Ling
Director of Research
May 5, 1999
09:00 - 10:00 a.m.

Saturday, May 1 1999

*   Agent-Based High Performance Computing:
    Problem Solving Applications and Practical Deployment
    Contact: Omer F. Rana and Kate Stout

*   Mobile Agents in the Context of Competition and Cooperation (MAC3)
    Contact: Nelson Minar and Todd Papaioannou

*   Agent-Oriented Information Systems (AOIS '99)
    Contact: Gerd Wagner

*   Agent based Decision-Support for Managing the Internet-Enabled 
    Contact: Richard Goodwin

*   Emotion-Based Agent Architectures (EBAA '99)
    Contact: Juan Velasquez

*   Communicative Agents: The use of natural language in embodied 
    Contact: Jan-Torsten Milde

*   Deception, Fraud and Trust in Agent Societies
    Contact: Cristiano Castelfranchi

*   Specifying and Implementing Conversation Policies
    Contact: Mark Greaves

*   Autonomy Control Software
    Contact: Henry Hexmoor

Sunday, May 2 1999

The tutorial program consists of the following tutorials:
(F: Full day; M: Half day (Morning); A: Half day (Afternoon))

*   F: Robotic Soccer: The Research Challenges and the Concrete
       Simulation and Real Robot Platforms,
    Peter Stone,Carnegie Melon University,
    Manuela Veloso, Carnegie Melon University.

*   F: Agents in Electronic Markets,
    Tuomas Sandholm, Washington University.

*   F: Autonomous Virtual Humans in Virtual Environments,
    Nadia Magnenat Thalmann, University of Geneva,
    Daniel Thalmann, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

*   M: Understanding Code Mobility,
    Gian Pietro Picco, Washington University in St. Louis,
    Giovanni Vigna, University of California Santa Barbara.

*   M: Behavior-Based Robotics,
    Maja Mataric, University of Southern California,
    Ronald Arkin, Georgia Institute of Technology.

*   A: Autonomous Systems: Networked Embedded Devices with Physical
    Andreas Birk, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

*   A: Information Filtering and Classification,
    Michael J. Pazzani, University of California, Irvine.

*   A: Creating Social Agent Desktop Applications: A Practitioner's 
    Dana Moore, AT&T Labs.

Technical Sessions
May 3-5, 1999


Craig A. Knoblock
University of Southern California                  Email:
Information Sciences Institute                  Voice: (310) 822-1511 
4676 Admiralty Way,                                    Fax: (310) 
Marina del Rey, CA 90292             

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