Detailed Programme

Detailed Programme

All of the times mentioned on this page refer to the local time in London (British Summer Time, GMT+1).

The first two days of the conference will be dedicated to workshops, tutorials, and the doctoral consortium.

Main Conference

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:30-8:45amOpening Session
9:00-10:15amParallel Paper SessionsParallel Paper SessionsParallel Paper Sessions
10:30-11:30amPoster/Demo Session &
Informal Discussions
Poster/Demo Session &
Keynote: Shimon Whiteson
Poster/Demo Session &
Informal Discussions
11:30am-12:00pmMagic Show by Lord Harri
12:00-1:00pmWomen's pub
2:45-3:45pm Keynote: Vincent ConitzerPanel “20 Years of AAMAS” Keynote: Noam Brown
4:00-5:15pmParallel Paper SessionsParallel Paper SessionsParallel Paper Sessions
5:30-6:30pmPoster/Demo Session &
Keynote: Orna Kupferman
Poster/Demo Session &
Keynote: Cynthia Breazeal
Closing Session &
Community Meeting (open end)
6:30-7:00pmMagic Show by Lord HarriMusical Performance
7:00-8:00pmInformal Discussions"The science of magic:
Why magic works":
Talk and Show by Gustav Kuhn

Main Stage Sessions

In addition to the Opening and Closing Sessions, all of the Keynotes and the Panel session will take place on the Main Stage.

Gather.Town Sessions

Poster/demo sessions, Women’s Pub and Thematic Informal Discussions are all held on Gather.Town. If you have not yet joined Gather.Town, please read the instructions.

Panel: 20 Years of AAMAS

This is the 20th edition of AAMAS. To mark the occasion, we are going to organise a panel session to jointly reflect on the history of our conference and to speculate what the future might bring. The panelists are Maria Gini, Victor Lesser, Michael Luck, Ana Paiva, Jaime Sichman, and Pradeep Varakantham, and the session chairs are Ulle Endriss and Ann Nowé.

Paper Sessions

TimeSessionTitleAuthorsVideoPaper

Wednesday, May 5 – Parallel Paper Sessions: Morning

9:00am, WednesdayComputational Social Choice 1

Chair:
Jérôme Lang
Computing the Extremal Possible Ranks with Incomplete PreferencesAviram Imber and Benny KimelfeldWatchPaper
Rankings for Bipartite Tournaments via Chain EditingJoseph Singleton and Richard BoothWatchPaper
Complexity of Scheduling and Predicting Round-Robin TournamentsDorothea Baumeister and Tobias Alexander HogrebeWatchPaper
Multivariate Analysis of Scheduling Fair CompetitionsSiddharth Gupta and Meirav ZehaviWatchPaper
Multi-Robot Task Allocation—Complexity and ApproximationHaris Aziz, Hau Chan, Agnes Cseh, Bo Li, Fahimeh Ramezani and Chenhao WangWatchPaper
9:00am, WednesdayGame Theory 1

Chair:
Tomasz Michalak
A Game Theoretical Analysis of Non-Linear Blockchain SystemLin Chen, Lei Xu, Zhimin Gao, Ahmed Sunny, Keshav Kasichainula and Weidong ShiRestricted access*Paper
Modeling Replicator Dynamics in Stochastic Games Using Markov Chain MethodChuang Deng, Zhihai Rong, Lin Wang and Xiaofan WangRestricted access*Paper
Equilibrium Refinements for Multi-Agent Influence Diagrams: Theory and PracticeLewis Hammond, James Fox, Tom Everitt, Alessandro Abate and Michael WooldridgeWatchPaper
Partial Robustness in Team Formation: Bridging the Gap between Robustness and ResilienceNicolas Schwind, Emir Demirović, Katsumi Inoue and Jean Marie LagniezWatchPaper
Rational Synthesis in the Commons with Careless and Careful AgentsRodica Condurache, Catalin Dima, Youssouf Oualhadj and Nicolas TroquardWatchPaper
9:00am, WednesdayHumans and AI 1

Chair:
Catherine Pelachaud
Reason Explanation for Encouraging Behaviour Change IntentionAmal Abdulrahman, Deborah Richards and Ayse Aysin BilginRestricted access*Paper
Better Metrics for Evaluating Explainable Artificial Intelligence (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Avi RosenfeldWatchPaper
CMCF: An Architecture for Realtime Gesture Generation by Clustering Gestures by Motion and Communicative FunctionCarolyn Saund, Andrei Bîrlădeanu and Stacy MarsellaWatchPaper
ELVIRA: An Explainable Agent for Value and Utility-Driven Multiuser PrivacyFrancesca Mosca and Jose M. SuchWatchPaper
Extended Goal Recognition: A Planning-Based Model for Strategic DeceptionPeta Masters, Michael Kirley and Wally SmithWatchPaper
9:00am, WednesdayAgent-Based Modelling and Planning

Chair:
John Thangarajah
An Agent-Based Model to Predict Pedestrians Trajectories with an Autonomous Vehicle in Shared SpacesManon Prédhumeau, Lyuba Mancheva, Julie Dugdale and Anne SpalanzaniWatchPaper
Models We Can Trust: Toward a Systematic Discipline of (Agent-Based) Model Interpretation and Validation (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Gabriel IstrateWatchPaper
MOBLOT: Molecular Oblivious RobotsSerafino Cicerone, Alessia Di Fonso, Gabriele Di Stefano and Alfredo NavarraWatchPaper
Identification of Unexpected Decisions in Partially Observable Monte-Carlo Planning: A Rule-Based ApproachGiulio Mazzi, Alberto Castellini and Alessandro FarinelliWatchPaper
Beyond "To Act or Not to Act": Fast Lagrangian Approaches to General Multi-Action Restless BanditsJackson Killian, Andrew Perrault and Milind TambeRestricted access*Paper
9:00am, WednesdayMultiagent Learning 1

Chair:
Enda Howley
Learning Correlated Communication Topology in Multi-Agent Reinforcement learningYali Du, Bo Liu, Vincent Moens, Ziqi Liu, Zhicheng Ren, Jun Wang, Xu Chen and Haifeng ZhangWatchPaper
Cooperative and Competitive Biases for Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningHeechang Ryu, Hayong Shin and Jinkyoo ParkWatchPaper
Scalable Optimization for Wind Farm Control using Coordination GraphsTimothy Verstraeten, Pieter-Jan Daems, Eugenio Bargiacchi, Diederik M. Roijers, Pieter Libin and Jan HelsenWatchPaper
Contrasting Centralized and Decentralized Critics in Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningXueguang Lyu, Yuchen Xiao, Brett Daley and Christopher AmatoRestricted access*Paper
Modeling the Interaction between Agents in Cooperative Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningXiaoteng Ma, Yiqin Yang, Chenghao Li, Qianchuan Zhao, Jun Yang and Yiwen LuWatchPaper
9:00am, WednesdayReinforcement Learning 1

Chair:
Decebal Mocanu
Show Me the Way: Intrinsic Motivation from DemonstrationsLeonard Hussenot, Robert Dadashi, Matthieu Geist and Olivier PietquinWatchPaper
Exploration of Indoor Environments through Predicting the Layout of Partially Observed RoomsMatteo Luperto, Luca Fochetta and Francesco AmigoniWatchPaper
Learning Complex Policy Distribution with CEM Guided Adversarial HypernetworkShi Yuan Tang, Athirai A. Irissappane, Frans A. Oliehoek and Jie ZhangWatchPaper
State-Aware Variational Thompson Sampling for Deep Q-NetworksSiddharth Aravindan and Wee Sun LeeWatchPaper
AlwaysSafe: Reinforcement Learning without Safety Constraint Violations during TrainingThiago D. Simão, Nils Jansen and Matthijs T. J. SpaanWatchPaper

Wednesday, May 5 – Parallel Paper Sessions: Afternoon

4:00pm, WednesdayComputational Social Choice 2

Chair:
Reshef Meir
Broadening the Research Agenda for Computational Social Choice: Multiple Preference Profiles and Multiple Solutions (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Niclas Boehmer and Rolf NiedermeierWatchPaper
Group Fairness for Knapsack ProblemsDeval Patel, Arindam Khan and Anand LouisWatchPaper
Complexity of Sequential Rules in Judgment AggregationDorothea Baumeister, Linus Boes and Robin WeishauptWatchPaper
Egalitarian Judgment AggregationSirin Botan, Ronald de Haan, Marija Slavkovik and Zoi TerzopoulouWatchPaper
Aggregating Bipolar OpinionsStefan Lauren, Francesco Belardinelli and Francesca ToniWatchPaper
4:00pm, WednesdayGame Theory 2

Chair:
Valentin Robu
Mechanism Design for Public Projects via Neural NetworksGuanhua Wang, Runqi Guo, Yuko Sakurai, Muhammad Ali Babar and Mingyu GuoWatchPaper
Siting and Sizing of Charging Infrastructure for Shared Autonomous Electric FleetsRamin Ahadi, Wolfgang Ketter, John Collins and Nicolò DainaRestricted access*Paper
Adversarial Learning in Revenue-Maximizing AuctionsThomas Nedelec, Jules Baudet, Vianney Perchet and Noureddine El KarouiRestricted access*Paper
The Price is (Probably) Right: Learning Market Equilibria from SamplesOmer Lev, Neel Patel, Vignesh Viswanathan and Yair ZickWatchPaper
Log-time Prediction Markets for Interval SecuritiesMiroslav Dudík, Xintong Wang, David Pennock and David RothschildWatchPaper
4:00pm, WednesdayAgent Models and Theories 1

Chair:
Tim Norman
A Novelty-Centric Agent Architecture for Changing WorldsFaizan Muhammad, Vasanth Sarathy, Gyan Tatiya, Saurav Gyawali, Shivam Goel, Mateo Guaman, Jivko Sinapov and Matthias ScheutzWatchPaper
Grab the Reins of Crowds: Estimating the Effects of Crowd Movement Guidance Using Causal InferenceKoh Takeuchi, Ryo Nishida, Hisashi Kashima and Masaki OnishiWatchPaper
Accelerating Recursive Partition-Based Causal Structure LearningMd. Musfiqur Rahman, Ayman Rasheed, Md. Mosaddek Khan, Mohammad Ali Javidian, Pooyan Jamshidi and Md. Mamun-Or-RashidWatchPaper
Grid-to-Graph: Flexible Spatial Relational Inductive Biases for Reinforcement LearningZhengyao Jiang, Pasquale Minervini, Minqi Jiang and Tim RocktäschelWatchPaper
Cognitive Homeostatic Agents (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Amol KelkarWatchPaper
4:00pm, WednesdayMultiagent Planning and Scheduling 1

Chair:
Felipe Meneguzzi
Risk-Aware Interventions in Public Health: Planning with Restless Multi-Armed BanditsAditya Mate, Andrew Perrault and Milind TambeWatchPaper
A Norm Enforcement Mechanism for a Time-Constrained Conditional Normative Framework (JAAMAS Track)Babatunde Akinkunmi and Florence BabalolaWatchPaper
On Teammate-Pattern-Aware Autonomy (JAAMAS Track) Edmund Durfee, Abhishek Thakur and Eli GoldweberWatchPaper
MAPFAST: A Deep Algorithm Selector for Multi Agent Path Finding using Shortest Path EmbeddingsJingyao Ren, Vikraman Sathiyanarayanan, Eric Ewing, Baskin Senbaslar and Nora AyanianWatchPaper
Sequential Ski Rental ProblemAnant Shah and Arun RajkumarRestricted access*Paper
4:00pm, WednesdayMultiagent Learning 2

Chair:
Patrick Mannion
Reward Machines for Cooperative Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningCyrus Neary, Zhe Xu, Bo Wu and Ufuk TopcuWatchPaper
Multi-Agent Coordination in Adversarial Environments through Signal Mediated StrategiesFederico Cacciamani, Andrea Celli, Marco Ciccone and Nicola GattiWatchPaper
STRATA: Unified Framework for Task Assignments in Large Teams of Heterogeneous Agents (JAAMAS Track) Harish Ravichandar, Kenneth Shaw and Sonia ChernovaRestricted access*Paper
Emergent Communication under CompetitionMichael Noukhovitch, Travis LaCroix, Angeliki Lazaridou and Aaron CourvilleWatchPaper
Structured Diversification Emergence via Reinforced Organization Control and Hierachical Consensus LearningWenhao Li, Xiangfeng Wang, Bo Jin, Junjie Sheng, Yun Hua and Hongyuan ZhaWatchPaper
4:00pm, WednesdayReinforcement Learning 2

Chair:
Bo An
Drone Formation Control via Belief-Correlated Imitation LearningBo Yang, Chaofan Ma and Xiaofang XiaRestricted access*Paper
Self-Imitation Advantage LearningJohan Ferret, Olivier Pietquin and Matthieu GeistWatchPaper
Action Priors for Large Action Spaces in RoboticsOndrej Biza, Dian Wang, Robert Platt, Jan-Willem van de Meent and Lawson L.S. WongWatchPaper
Diverse Auto-Curriculum is Critical for Successful Real-World Multiagent Learning Systems (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Yaodong Yang, Matthew E. Taylor, Jun Luo, Ying Wen, Oliver Slumbers, Daniel Graves, Haitham Bou Ammar and Jun WangRestricted access*Paper
Guiding Evolutionary Strategies with Off-Policy Actor-CriticYunhao TangWatchPaper

Thursday, May 6 – Parallel Paper Sessions: Morning

9:00am, ThursdayComputational Social Choice 3

Chair:
Dorothea Baumeister
On the Indecisiveness of Kelly-Strategyproof Social Choice FunctionsFelix Brandt, Martin Bullinger and Patrick LedererWatchPaper
Manipulability of Thiele Methods on Party-List ProfilesSirin BotanWatchPaper
Committee Selection using Attribute ApprovalsVenkateswara Rao Kagita, Arun K Pujari, Vineet Padmanabhan, Haris Aziz and Vikas KumarWatchPaper
Approval-Based ShortlistingMartin Lackner and Jan MalyWatchPaper
Partition Aggregation for Participatory BudgetingPallavi Jain, Nimrod Talmon and Laurent BulteauWatchPaper
9:00am, ThursdayGame Theory 3

Chair:
Dengji Zhao
An Autonomous Negotiating Agent Framework with Reinforcement Learning based Strategies and Adaptive Strategy Switching MechanismAyan Sengupta, Yasser Mohammad and Shinji NakadaiWatchPaper
A Heuristic Algorithm for Multi-Agent Vehicle Routing with Automated NegotiationDave De Jonge, Filippo Bistaffa and Jordi LevyWatchPaper
Adaptive Operating Hours for Improved Performance of Taxi FleetsRajiv Ranjan Kumar, Pradeep Varakantham and Shih-Fen ChengRestricted access*Paper
Optimising Long-Term Outcomes using Real-World Fluent Objectives: An Application to FootballRyan Beal, Georgios Chalkiadakis, Timothy Norman and Sarvapali RamchurnWatchPaper
Walrasian Equilibria in Markets with Small DemandsArgyrios Deligkas, Themistoklis Melissourgos and Paul SpirakisWatchPaper
9:00am, ThursdayEngineering Multiagent Systems

Chair:
Brian Logan
Programming Agent-based Mobile Apps: The JaCa-Android Framework (JAAMAS Track)Angelo Croatti and Alessandro RicciRestricted access*Paper
Active Perception within BDI Agents Reasoning CycleGustavo Silva, Jomi Hübner and Leandro BeckerWatchPaper
Robustness Based on Accountability in Multiagent OrganizationsMatteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Roberto Micalizio and Stefano TedeschiWatchPaper
User and System Stories: An Agile Approach for Managing Requirements in AOSESebastian Rodriguez, John Thangarajah and Michael WinikoffWatchPaper
Summarising a Framework for the Certification of Reliable Autonomous Systems (JAAMAS Track) Michael Fisher, Viviana Mascardi, Kristin Yvonne Rozier, Bernd-Holger Schlingloff, Michael Winikoff and Neil Yorke-Smith WatchPaper
9:00am, ThursdayInnovative Applications

Chair:
Samarth Swarup
Sparse Training Theory for Scalable and Efficient Agents (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Decebal Constantin Mocanu, Elena Mocanu, Tiago Pinto, Selima Curci, Phuong H. Nguyen, Madeleine Gibescu, Damien Ernst and Zita ValeWatchPaper
Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems Challenges in Earth Observation Satellite Constellations (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Gauthier Picard, Clément Caron, Jean-Loup Farges, Jonathan Guerra, Cédric Pralet and Stéphanie RousselWatchPaper
Multi-modal Agents for Business Intelligence (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Jeffrey KephartWatchPaper
Peer-to-peer Autonomous Agent Communication NetworkLokman Rahmani, David Minarsch and Jonathan WardWatchPaper
Responsibility Research for Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Vahid Yazdanpanah, Enrico H. Gerding, Sebastian Stein, Mehdi Dastani, Catholijn M. Jonker and Timothy J. NormanWatchPaper
9:00am, ThursdayMultiagent Learning 3

Chair:
Viliam Lisý
Environment Shift Games: Are Multiple Agents the Solution, and not the Problem, to Non-Stationarity? (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Alexander Mey and Frans A. OliehoekWatchPaper
Transferable Environment Poisoning: Training-time Attack on Reinforcement LearningHang Xu, Rundong Wang, Lev Raizman and Zinovi RabinovichWatchPaper
Spatial Consensus-Prevention in Robotic SwarmsSaar Cohen and Noa AgmonWatchPaper
Cooperative Policy Learning with Pre-trained Heterogeneous Observation RepresentationsWenlei Shi, Xinran Wei, Jia Zhang, Xiaoyuan Ni, Arthur Jiang, Jiang Bian and Tie-Yan LiuRestricted access*Paper
Knowledge Improvement and Diversity under Interaction-Driven Adaptation of Learned OntologiesYasser Bourahla, Manuel Atencia and Jérôme EuzenatWatchPaper
9:00am, ThursdayReinforcement Learning 3

Chair:
Elena Mocanu
Cyber Attack Intent Recognition and Active Deception using Factored Interactive POMDPsAditya Shinde, Prashant Doshi and Omid SetayeshfarWatchPaper
To hold or not to hold? - Reducing Passenger Missed Connections in Airlines using Reinforcement LearningTejasvi Malladi, Karpagam Murugappan, Depak Sudarsanam, Ramasubramanian Suriyanarayanan and Arunchandar VasanRestricted access*Paper
Temporal Watermarks for Deep Reinforcement Learning ModelsKangjie Chen, Shangwei Guo, Tianwei Zhang, Shuxin Li and Yang LiuRestricted access*Paper
Deceptive Reinforcement Learning for Privacy-Preserving PlanningZhengshang Liu, Yue Yang, Tim Miller and Peta MastersWatchPaper
Parallel Curriculum Experience Replay in Distributed Reinforcement LearningYuyu Li and Jianmin JiWatchPaper

Thursday, May 6 – Parallel Paper Sessions: Afternoon

4:00pm, ThursdayComputational Social Choice 4

Chair:
Edith Elkind
Strategyproof Facility Location Mechanisms on Discrete TreesAlina Filimonov and Reshef MeirWatchPaper
Probabilistic Inference of Winners in Elections by Independent Random VotersAviram Imber and Benny KimelfeldWatchPaper
A Hotelling-Downs Framework for Party NomineesPaul Harrenstein, Grzegorz Lisowski, Ramanujan Sridharan and Paolo TurriniWatchPaper
Classifying the Complexity of the Possible Winner Problem on Partial ChainsVishal Chakraborty and Phokion KolaitisWatchPaper
Predicting Voting Outcomes in Presence of CommunitiesJacques Bara, Omer Lev and Paolo TurriniWatchPaper
4:00pm, ThursdayGame Theory 4

Chair:
Francisco C. Santos
Evolution of Strategies in Sequential Security GamesAdam Żychowski and Jacek MańdziukWatchPaper
Reinforcement Learning for Unified Allocation and Patrolling in Signaling Games with UncertaintyAravind Venugopal, Elizabeth Bondi, Harshavardhan Kamarthi, Keval Dholakia, Balaraman Ravindran and Milind TambeWatchPaper
Network Robustness via Global k-coresPalash Dey, Suman Kalyan Maity, Sourav Medya and Arlei SilvaWatchPaper
A Decentralised Self-Healing Approach for Network Topology Maintenance (JAAMAS Track) Arles Rodriguez, Jonatan Gomez and Ada DiaconescuWatchPaper
Strategic Evasion of Centrality MeasuresMarcin Waniek, Jan Woźnica, Kai Zhou, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Talal Rahwan and Tomasz MichalakWatchPaper
4:00pm, ThursdayAgent Models and Theories 2

Chair:
Terry Payne
Probabilistic Control Argumentation FrameworksFabrice Gaignier, Yannis Dimopoulos, Jean-Guy Mailly and Pavlos MoraitisWatchPaper
On a Notion of Monotonic Support for Bipolar Argumentation FrameworksAnis Gargouri, Sébastien Konieczny, Pierre Marquis and Srdjan VesicWatchPaper
A General Trust Framework for Multi-Agent SystemsMingxi Cheng, Chenzhong Yin, Junyao Zhang, Shahin Nazarian, Jyotirmoy Deshmukh and Paul BogdanWatchPaper
Knowing Why – On the Dynamics of Knowledge about Actual Causes in the Situation CalculusShakil Khan and Yves LespéranceWatchPaper
Constructing Junction Tree Agent Organization with Privacy (JAAMAS Track)Yang Xiang and Abdulrahman AlshememryWatchPaper
4:00pm, ThursdayMultiagent Planning and Scheduling 2

Chair:
Ed Durfee
A Local Search Based Approach to Solve Continuous DCOPsAmit Sarker, Moumita Choudhury and Md. Mosaddek KhanRestricted access*Paper
Latency-Aware Local Search for Distributed Constraint OptimizationBen Rachmut, Roie Zivan and William YeohRestricted access*Paper
Scalable Anytime Planning for Multi-Agent MDPsShushman Choudhury, Jayesh Gupta, Peter Morales and Mykel KochenderferWatchPaper
Learning Node-Selection Strategies in Bounded-Suboptimal Conflict-Based Search for Multi-Agent Path FindingTaoan Huang, Bistra Dilkina and Sven KoenigWatchPaper
Efficient Nonmyopic Online Allocation of Scarce Reusable ResourcesZehao Dong, Sanmay Das, Patrick Fowler and Chien-Ju HoRestricted access*Paper
4:00pm, ThursdayMultiagent Learning 4

Chair:
Chris Amato
Collaborative Multiagent Decision Making for Lane-Free Autonomous DrivingDimitrios Troullinos, Georgios Chalkiadakis, Ioannis Papamichail and Markos PapageorgiouWatchPaper
Cooperative Prioritized SweepingEugenio Bargiacchi, Timothy Verstraeten and Diederik M. RoijersWatchPaper
Scalable Multiagent Driving Policies for Reducing Traffic CongestionJiaxun Cui, William Macke, Harel Yedidsion, Aastha Goyal, Daniel Urieli and Peter StoneWatchPaper
Deep Implicit Coordination Graphs for Multi-agent Reinforcement LearningSheng Li, Jayesh K. Gupta, Peter Morales, Ross Allen and Mykel J. KochenderferWatchPaper
Multi-Agent Graph-Attention Communication and TeamingYaru Niu, Rohan Paleja and Matthew GombolayWatchPaper
4:00pm, ThursdayReinforcement Learning 4

Chair:
Gabriel Ramos
Interrogating the Black Box: Transparency through Information-Seeking DialoguesAndrea Aler Tubella, Andreas Theodorou and Juan Carlos NievesRestricted access*Paper
Active Screening for Recurrent Diseases: A Reinforcement Learning ApproachHan Ching Ou, Haipeng Chen, Shahin Jabbari and Milind TambeRestricted access*Paper
Multiagent Epidemiologic Inference through Realtime Contact TracingGuni Sharon, James Ault, Peter Stone, Varun Kompella and Roberto CapobiancoWatchPaper
No More Hand-Tuning Rewards: Masked Constrained Policy Optimization for Safe Reinforcement LearningStef Van Havermaet, Yara Khaluf and Pieter SimoensWatchPaper
Let the DOCTOR Decide Whom to Test: Adaptive Testing Strategies to Tackle the COVID-19 PandemicYu Liang and Amulya YadavWatchPaper

Friday, May 7 – Parallel Paper Sessions: Morning

9:00am, FridayComputational Social Choice 5

Chair:
Ronald de Haan
Connections between Fairness Criteria and Efficiency for Allocating Indivisible ChoresAnkang Sun, Bo Chen and Xuan Vinh DoanWatchPaper
Fairness and Efficiency in Facility Location Problems with Continuous DemandsChenhao Wang and Mengqi ZhangRestricted access*Paper
Existence and Computation of Maximin Fair Allocations Under Matroid-Rank ValuationsSiddharth Barman and Paritosh VermaRestricted access*Paper
Worst-case Bounds for Spending a Common BudgetPierre Cardi, Laurent Gourvès and Julien LescaWatchPaper
High-Multiplicity Fair Allocation Made More PracticalRobert Bredereck, Aleksander Figiel, Andrzej Kaczmarczyk, Dušan Knop and Rolf NiedermeierWatchPaper
9:00am, FridayGame Theory 5

Chair:
Paolo Turrini
Timely Information from Prediction MarketsGrant Schoenebeck, Chenkai Yu and Fang-Yi YuWatchPaper
Mechanism Design Powered by Social Interactions (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Dengji ZhaoWatchPaper
Trader-Company Method: A Metaheuristics for Interpretable Stock Price PredictionKatsuya Ito, Kentaro Minami, Kentaro Imajo and Kei NakagawaWatchPaper
Sequential Mechanisms for Multi-type Resource AllocationSujoy Sikdar, Xiaoxi Guo, Haibin Wang, Lirong Xia and Yongzhi CaoWatchPaper
Mechanism Design for Housing Markets over Social NetworksTakehiro Kawasaki, Ryoji Wada, Taiki Todo and Makoto YokooWatchPaper
9:00am, FridayAgent Models and Theories 3

Chair:
Neil Yorke-Smith
Agent Programming in the Cognitive Era (JAAMAS Track) Rafael Bordini, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, Koen Hindriks, Brian Logan and Alessandro RicciWatchPaper
Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning with Temporal Logic SpecificationsLewis Hammond, Alessandro Abate, Julian Gutierrez and Michael WooldridgeWatchPaper
Explaining BDI Agent Behaviour through DialogueLouise Dennis and Nir OrenWatchPaper
Logic-based Technologies for Multi-agent Systems: Summary of a Systematic Literature Review (JAAMAS Track) Roberta Calegari, Giovanni Ciatto, Viviana Mascardi and Andrea OmiciniWatchPaper
Intention Progression using Quantitative Summary InformationYuan Yao, Natasha Alechina, Brian Logan and John ThangarajahWatchPaper
9:00am, FridayValues and Preferences

Chair:
Natalia Criado
Value-Guided Synthesis of Parametric Normative SystemsNieves Montes and Carles SierraWatchPaper
Axies: Identifying and Evaluating Context-Specific ValuesEnrico Liscio, Michiel van der Meer, Luciano Cavalcante Siebert, Catholijn M. Jonker, Niek Mouter and Pradeep K. MurukannaiahWatchPaper
A Knowledge Compilation Map for Conditional Preference Statements-based LanguagesHelene Fargier and Jérôme MenginRestricted access*Paper
Efficient Exact Computation of Setwise Minimax Regret for Interactive Preference ElicitationFederico Toffano, Paolo Viappiani and Nic WilsonWatchPaper
Achieving Sybil-Proofness in Distributed Work SystemsAlexander Stannat, Can Umut Ileri, Dion Gijswijt and Johan PouwelseWatchPaper
9:00am, FridayMultiagent Learning 5

Chair:
Daan Bloembergen
Accumulating Risk Capital Through Investing in CooperationCharlotte Roman, Michael Dennis, Andrew Critch and Stuart RussellWatchPaper
Loss Bounds for Approximate Influence-Based AbstractionElena Congeduti, Alexander Mey and Frans OliehoekRestricted access*Paper
Cooperation and Reputation Dynamics with Reinforcement LearningNicolas Anastassacos, Julian Garcia, Stephen Hailes and Mirco MusolesiWatchPaper
Improved Cooperation by Exploiting a Common SignalPanayiotis Danassis, Zeki Doruk Erden and Boi FaltingsWatchPaper
Cooperation between Independent Reinforcement Learners under Wealth Inequality and Collective RisksRamona Merhej, Fernando P. Santos, Francisco S. Melo and Francisco C. SantosWatchPaper
9:00am, FridayReinforcement Learning 5

Chair:
Jivko Sinapov
Teaching a Robot with Unlabeled Instructions: The TICS Architecture (JAAMAS Track) Anis Najar, Olivier Sigaud and Mohamed ChetouaniRestricted access*Paper
Action Advising with Advice Imitation in Deep Reinforcement LearningErcument Ilhan, Jeremy Gow and Diego Perez LiebanaWatchPaper
Facial Feedback for Reinforcement Learning: A Case Study and Offline Analysis Using the TAMER Framework (JAAMAS Track) Guangliang Li, Hamdi Dibeklioglu, Shimon Whiteson and Hayley HungRestricted access*Paper
Energy-Based Imitation LearningMinghuan Liu, Tairan He, Minkai Xu and Weinan ZhangWatchPaper
Imitation Learning from Pixel-Level Demonstrations by HashRewardXin-Qiang Cai, Yao-Xiang Ding, Yuan Jiang and Zhi-Hua ZhouRestricted access*Paper

Friday, May 7 – Parallel Paper Sessions: Afternoon

4:00pm, FridayGame Theory 6

Chair:
Tom Lenaerts
Safe Pareto Improvements for Delegated Game PlayingCaspar Oesterheld and Vincent ConitzerWatchPaper
Tractable Mechanisms for Computing Near-Optimal Utility FunctionsRahul Chandan, Dario Paccagnan and Jason R. MardenWatchPaper
Nash Equilibria in Finite-Horizon Multiagent Concurrent GamesSenthil Rajasekaran and Moshe VardiWatchPaper
Adaptive Cascade Submodular MaximizationShaojie Tang and Jing YuanRestricted access*Paper
Feasible Coalition SequencesTabajara Krausburg, Jürgen Dix and Rafael H. BordiniWatchPaper
4:00pm, FridayFormal Specification and Verification

Chair:
Natasha Alechina
Regular Model Checking Approach to Knowledge Reasoning over Parameterized SystemsDaniel Stan and Anthony Widjaja LinWatchPaper
Logic-based Specification and Verification of Homogeneous Dynamic Multi-agent Systems (JAAMAS Track)Riccardo De Masellis and Valentin GorankoWatchPaper
Mean-Payoff Games with ω-Regular SpecificationsThomas Steeples, Julian Gutierrez and Michael WooldridgeWatchPaper
A Logic of EvaluationEmiliano LoriniWatchPaper
Quantified Announcements and Common KnowledgeRustam Galimullin and Thomas ÅgotnesWatchPaper
4:00pm, FridayHumans and AI 2

Chair:
Sandip Sen
Efficiently Guiding Imitation Learning Agents with Human GazeAkanksha Saran, Ruohan Zhang, Elaine Schaertl Short and Scott NiekumRestricted access*Paper
Decision Model for a Virtual Agent that can Touch and be TouchedFabien Boucaud, Catherine Pelachaud and Indira ThouveninWatchPaper
A Computational Model of Coping for Simulating Human Behavior in High-Stress SituationsNutchanon Yongsatianchot and Stacy MarsellaWatchPaper
The Seeing-Eye Robot Grand Challenge: Rethinking Automated Care (Blue Sky Ideas Track)Reuth Mirsky and Peter StoneWatchPaper
Towards Transferrable Personalized Student Models in Educational GamesSamuel Spaulding, Jocelyn Shen, Haewon Park and Cynthia BreazealRestricted access*Paper
4:00pm, FridayMultiagent Learning 6

Chair:
Fernando Santos
Safe Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning via ShieldingIngy Elsayed-Aly, Suda Bharadwaj, Christopher Amato, Rüdiger Ehlers, Ufuk Topcu and Lu FengRestricted access*Paper
Off-Policy Exploitability-Evaluation in Two-Player Zero-Sum Markov GamesKenshi Abe and Yusuke KanekoRestricted access*Paper
Cooperative-Competitive Reinforcement Learning with History-Dependent RewardsKeyang He, Bikramjit Banerjee and Prashant DoshiRestricted access*Paper
An Abstraction-based Method to Check Multi-Agent Deep Reinforcement-Learning BehaviorsPierre El Mqirmi, Francesco Belardinelli and Borja G. LeónWatchPaper
Partially Observable Mean Field Reinforcement LearningSriram Ganapathi Subramanian, Matthew Taylor, Mark Crowley and Pascal PoupartWatchPaper
4:00pm, FridayReinforcement Learning 6

Chair:
Haipeng Chen
TDprop: Does Adaptive Optimization With Jacobi Preconditioning Help Temporal Difference Learning?Joshua Romoff, Peter Henderson, David Kanaa, Emmanuel Bengio, Ahmed Touati, Pierre-Luc Bacon and Joelle PineauWatchPaper
Minimum-Delay Adaptation in Non-Stationary Reinforcement Learning via Online High-Confidence Change-Point DetectionLucas N. Alegre, Ana L. C. Bazzan and Bruno C. da SilvaWatchPaper
SEERL: Sample Efficient Ensemble Reinforcement LearningRohan Saphal, Balaraman Ravindran, Dheevatsa Mudigere, Sasikanth Avancha and Bharat KaulWatchPaper
Action Selection for Composable Modular Deep Reinforcement LearningVaibhav Gupta, Daksh Anand, Praveen Paruchuri and Akshat KumarWatchPaper
SPOTTER: Extending Symbolic Planning Operators through Targeted Reinforcement LearningVasanth Sarathy, Daniel Kasenberg, Shivam Goel, Jivko Sinapov and Matthias ScheutzWatchPaper

Poster/Demo Sessions

TimeThemeCoordinatesTitleAuthorsPosterPaper

Wednesday, May 5 – Poster/Demo Sessions: Morning

10:30am, WednesdayEconomic ParadigmsA1The Tight Bound for Pure Price of Anarchy in an Extended Miner's Dilemma GameQian Wang and Yurong ChenPosterPaper
A2Social Network Interventions to Prevent Reciprocity-driven PolarizationFernando P. Santos, Francisco C. Santos, Jorge M. Pacheco and Simon LevinPosterPaper
B1We might walk together, but I run faster: Network Fairness and Scalability in BlockchainsAnurag Jain, Shoeb Siddiqui and Sujit GujarPosterPaper
B2Maximizing Influence-Based Group Shapley CentralityRuben Becker, Gianlorenzo D'Angelo and Hugo GilbertPosterPaper
10:30am, WednesdayHumans and AIE6An Online Human-Agent Interaction System: A Brain-controlled Agent Playing Games in Unity (Demo)Zehong Cao and Jie YunPosterPaper
F6Mitigating Negative Side Effects via Environment ShapingSandhya Saisubramanian and Shlomo ZilbersteinPosterPaper
10:30am, WednesdayMachine LearningD1Self-Attention Meta-Learner for Continual LearningGhada Sokar, Decebal Constantin Mocanu and Mykola PechenizkiyPosterPaper
D2SIBRE: Self Improvement Based REwards for Adaptive Feedback in Reinforcement LearningSomjit Nath, Richa Verma, Abhik Ray and Harshad KhadilkarPosterPaper
D3Difference Rewards Policy GradientsJacopo Castellini, Sam Devlin, Frans A. Oliehoek and Rahul SavaniPosterPaper
E1A Distributional Perspective on Value Function Factorization Methods for Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningWei-Fang Sun, Cheng-Kuang Lee and Chun-Yi LeePosterPaper
E2Solving 3D Bin Packing Problem via Multimodal Deep Reinforcement LearningYuan Jiang, Zhiguang Cao and Jie ZhangPosterPaper
E3An Autonomous Drive Balancing Strategy for the Design of Purpose in Open-ended Learning RobotsAlejandro Romero, Francisco Bellas and Richard J. DuroPosterPaper
E4Teaching Unknown Learners to Classify via Feature ImportanceCarla Guerra, Francisco S. Melo and Manuel LopesPosterPaper
F1Learning Policies for Effective Incentive Allocation in Unknown Social NetworksShiqing Wu, Quan Bai and Weihua LiPosterPaper
F2Interpretive Blindness and the Impossibility of Learning from TestimonyNicholas Asher and Julie HunterPosterPaper
F3Shielding Atari Games with Bounded PrescienceMirco Giacobbe, Mohammadhosein Hasanbeig, Daniel Kroening and Hjalmar WijkPosterPaper
F4Approximate Difference Rewards for Scalable Multigent Reinforcement LearningArambam James Singh, Akshat Kumar and Hoong Chuin LauPosterPaper
10:30am, WednesdayPlanningA4ATPT: Automate Typhoon Contingency Plan Generation from Text (Demo)Yifeng Zeng, Zhangrui Yao, Pan Yinghui, Wanqing Chen, Junxin Zhou, Junhan Chen, Biyang Ma and Zhong MingPosterPaper
A5Simultaneous Learning of Moving and Active Perceptual Policies for Autonomous RobotWataru Hatanaka, Fumihiro Sasaki, Ryota Yamashina and Atsuo KawaguchiPosterPaper
A6Multiagent Task Allocation and Planning with Multi-Objective RequirementsThomas Robinson, Guoxin Su and Minjie ZhangPosterPaper
B4Reliability-Aware Multi-UAV Coverage Path Planning using a Genetic AlgorithmMickey Li, Arthur Richards and Mahesh SooriyabandaraPosterPaper
B5A Multi-Arm Bandit Approach To Subset Selection Under ConstraintsAyush Deva, Kumar Abhishek and Sujit GujarPosterPaper
B6Optimized Execution of PDDL Plans using Behavior TreesFrancisco Martín Rico, Matteo Morelli, Huascar Espinoza, Francisco J. Rodríguez Lera and Vicente Matellán OliveraPosterPaper
C4Partial Disclosure of Private Dependencies in Privacy Preserving PlanningRotem Lev Lehman, Guy Shani and Roni SternPosterPaper
C5A Generic Multi-Agent Model for Resource Allocation Strategies in Online On-Demand Transport with Autonomous VehiclesAlaa Daoud, Flavien Balbo, Paolo Gianessi and Gauthier PicardPosterPaper
C6Anytime Multi-Agent Path Finding via Large Neighborhood SearchJiaoyang Li, Zhe Chen, Daniel Harabor, Peter J. Stuckey and Sven KoenigPosterPaper
10:30am, WednesdayVirtual AgentsC1A Framework for Integrating Gesture Generation Models into Interactive Conversational Agents (Demo)Rajmund Nagy, Taras Kucherenko, Birger Moell, André Pereira, Hedvig Kjellström and Ulysses BernardetPosterPaper
C2It's A Match! Gesture Generation Using Expressive Parameter MatchingYlva Ferstl, Michael Neff and Rachel McDonnellPosterPaper
C3Personalising the Dialogue of Relational Agents for First-Time UsersHedieh Ranjbartabar, Deborah Richards, Ayse Aysin Bilgin and Cat KutayPosterPaper

Wednesday, May 5 – Poster/Demo Sessions: Afternoon

5:30pm, WednesdayEconomic ParadigmsA1Approximating Spatial Evolutionary Games using Bayesian NetworksVincent Hsiao, Xinyue Pan, Dana Nau and Rina DechterPosterPaper
A2Object Allocation Over a Network of Objects: Mobile Agents with Strict PreferencesFu Li, C. Gregory Plaxton and Vaibhav B. SinhaPosterPaper
B1Learning Cooperative Solution Concepts from Voting Behavior: A Case Study on the Israeli KnessetOmer Lev, Wei Lu, Alan Tsang and Yair ZickPosterPaper
B2Fairness in Long-Term Participatory BudgetingMartin Lackner, Jan Maly and Simon ReyPosterPaper
5:30pm, WednesdayEngineering MASC2Distributing Responsibilities for Exception Handling in JaCaMo (Demo)Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Olivier Boissier, Roberto Micalizio and Stefano TedeschiPosterPaper
C3A Collaborative Platform for Identifying Context-Specific Values (Demo)Enrico Liscio, Michiel van der Meer, Catholijn M. Jonker and Pradeep K. MurukannaiahPosterPaper
C4Autonomous Agents on the Edge of Things (Demo)Timotheus Kampik, Andres Gomez, Andrei Ciortea and Simon MayerPosterPaper
5:30pm, WednesdayHumans and AIA4On the Sensory Commutativity of Action Sequences for Embodied AgentsHugo Caselles-Dupré, Michael Garcia-Ortiz and David FilliatPosterPaper
A5Evaluating the Robustness of Collaborative AgentsPaul Knott, Micah Carroll, Sam Devlin, Kamil Ciosek, Katja Hofmann, Anca Dragan and Rohin ShahPosterPaper
A6Solver Agent: Towards Emotional and Opponent-Aware Agent for Human-Robot NegotiationMehmet Onur Keskin, Umut Çakan and Reyhan AydoğanPosterPaper
B5CHARET: Character-centered Approach to Emotion Tracking in StoriesDiogo Carvalho, Joana Campos, Manuel Guimarães, Ana Antunes, João Dias and Pedro A. SantosPosterPaper
B6Image Sequence Understanding through Narrative SensemakingZev Battad and Mei SiPosterPaper
5:30pm, WednesdayMachine LearningD1Argflow: A Toolkit for Deep Argumentative Explanations for Neural Networks (Demo)Adam Dejl, Peter He, Pranav Mangal, Hasan Mohsin, Bogdan Surdu, Eduard Voinea, Emanuele Albini, Piyawat Lertvittayakumjorn, Antonio Rago and Francesca ToniPosterPaper
D2Tunable Behaviours in Sequential Social Dilemmas using Multi-Objective Reinforcement LearningDavid O'Callaghan and Patrick MannionPosterPaper
D3Self-Attention Meta-Learner for Continual LearningGhada Sokar, Decebal Constantin Mocanu and Mykola PechenizkiyPosterPaper
D4Distributional Monte Carlo Tree Search for Risk-Aware and Multi-Objective Reinforcement LearningConor F Hayes, Mathieu Reymond, Diederik M. Roijers, Enda Howley and Patrick MannionPosterPaper
D5Learning to Cooperate with Unseen Agents Through Meta-Reinforcement LearningRujikorn Charakorn, Poramate Manoonpong and Nat DilokthanakulPosterPaper
D6Distributed Q-Learning with State Tracking for Multi-agent Networked ControlHang Wang, Sen Lin, Hamid Jafarkhani and Junshan ZhangPosterPaper
E1Stratified Experience Replay: Correcting Multiplicity Bias in Off-Policy Reinforcement LearningBrett Daley, Cameron Hickert and Christopher AmatoPosterPaper
E2Toward a Self-Learning Governance Loop for Competitive Multi-Attribute MASMichael PernpeintnerPosterPaper
E3How to Guide a Non-Cooperative Learner to Cooperate: Exploiting No-Regret Algorithms in System DesignNicholas Bishop, Le Cong Dinh and Long Tran-ThanhPosterPaper
E4Learning Robust Helpful Behaviors in Two-Player Cooperative Atari EnvironmentsPaul Tylkin, Goran Radanovic and David ParkesPosterPaper
E5Interpretive Blindness and the Impossibility of Learning from TestimonyNicholas Asher and Julie HunterPosterPaper
E6Learning Index Policies for Restless Bandits with Application to Maternal HealthcareArpita Biswas, Gaurav Aggarwal, Pradeep Varakantham and Milind TambePosterPaper
F1Shielding Atari Games with Bounded PrescienceMirco Giacobbe, Mohammadhosein Hasanbeig, Daniel Kroening and Hjalmar WijkPosterPaper
F2Trajectory Diversity for Zero-Shot CoordinationAndrei Lupu, Hengyuan Hu and Jakob FoersterPosterPaper
F4Dynamic Skill Selection for Learning Joint ActionsEnna Sachdeva, Shauharda Khadka, Somdeb Majumdar and Kagan TumerPosterPaper
F5HOAD: The Hanabi Open Agent DatasetAron Sarmasi, Timothy Zhang, Chu-Hung Cheng, Huyen Pham, Xuanchen Zhou, Duong Nguyen, Soumil Shekdar and Joshua McCoyPosterPaper
F6Towards Sample Efficient Learners in Population based Referential Games through Action AdvisingShresth VermaPosterPaper

Thursday, May 6 – Poster/Demo Sessions: Morning

10:30am, ThursdayEconomic ParadigmsA1On Weakly and Strongly Popular RankingsSonja Kraiczy, Ágnes Cseh and David ManlovePosterPaper
A2A Blockchain-Enabled Quantitative Approach to Trust and Reputation Management with Sparse EvidenceLeonit Zeynalvand, Tie Luo, Ewa Andrejczuk, Dusit Niyato, Sin G. Teo and Jie ZhangPosterPaper
A3Partially Cooperative Multi-Agent Periodic Indivisible Resource AllocationYuval Gabai Schlosberg and Roie ZivanPosterPaper
A4Egalitarian and Just Digital Currency NetworksGal Shahaf, Ehud Shapiro and Nimrod TalmonPosterPaper
A5Rank Aggregation by Dissatisfaction Minimisation in the Unavailable Candidate ModelArnaud Grivet Sébert, Nicolas Maudet, Patrice Perny and Paolo ViappianiPosterPaper
B1Finite-time Consensus in the Presence of Malicious AgentsSachit Rao and Shrisha RaoPosterPaper
B2Optimal Crowdfunding DesignXiang Yan and Yiling ChenPosterPaper
B3Towards a Competence-Based Approach to Allocate Teams to TasksAthina Georgara, Juan Antonio Rodriguez Aguilar and Carles SierraPosterPaper
B4Preserving Consistency for Liquid Knapsack VotingPallavi Jain, Krzysztof Sornat and Nimrod TalmonPosterPaper
B5Promoting Fair Proposers, Fair Responders or Both? Cost-Efficient Interference in the Spatial Ultimatum GameTheodor Cimpeanu, Cedric Perret and The Anh HanPosterPaper
C1Sound Algorithms in Imperfect Information GamesMichal Sustr, Martin Schmid, Matej Moravčík, Neil Burch, Marc Lanctot and Michael BowlingPosterPaper
C2Solid Semantics and Extension Aggregation Using Quota Rules under Integrity ConstraintsXiaolong Liu and Weiwei ChenPosterPaper
C3Eliciting Fairness in Multiplayer Bargaining through Network-Based Role AssignmentAndreia Sofia Teixeira, Francisco C. Santos, Alexandre P Francisco and Fernando P. SantosPosterPaper
C4Call Markets with Adaptive Clearing IntervalsBuhong Liu, Maria Polukarov, Carmine Ventre, Lingbo Li and Leslie KanthanPosterPaper
C5Modelling Cooperation in Network Games with Spatio-Temporal ComplexityMichiel Bakker, Richard Everett, Laura Weidinger, Iason Gabriel, William Isaac, Joel Leibo and Edward HughesPosterPaper
D1Balancing Rational and Other-Regarding Preferences in Cooperative-Competitive EnvironmentsDmitry Ivanov, Vladimir Egorov and Aleksei ShpilmanPosterPaper
D2RPPLNS: Pay-per-last-N-shares with a Randomised TwistPhilip Lazos, Francisco Javier Marmolejo Cossío, Xinyu Zhou and Jonathan KatzPosterPaper
D3Fairness in Long-Term Participatory BudgetingMartin Lackner, Jan Maly and Simon ReyPosterPaper
D3Sequential and Swap Mechanisms for Public Housing Allocation with Quotas and Neighbourhood-Based UtilitiesNathanaël Gross-Humbert, Nawal Benabbou, Aurélie Beynier and Nicolas MaudetPosterPaper
10:30am, ThursdayLogicE5STV+Reductions: Towards Practical Verification of Strategic Ability Using Model Reductions (Demo)Damian Kurpiewski, Witold Pazderski, Wojtek Jamroga and Yan KimPosterPaper
E6A General Framework for the Logical Representation of Combinatorial Exchange ProtocolsMunyque Mittelmann, Sylvain Bouveret and Laurent PerrusselPosterPaper
F1A Logic of Inferable in Multi-Agent Systems with Budget and CostsStefania Costantini, Andrea Formisano and Valentina PitoniPosterPaper
F6Toward Consistent Agreement Approximation in Abstract Argumentation and BeyondTimotheus Kampik and Juan Carlos NievesPosterPaper
10:30am, ThursdayPlanningF1ADT2AMAS: Managing Agents in Attack-Defence Scenarios (Demo)Jaime Arias, Wojciech Penczek, Laure Petrucci and Teofil SidorukPosterPaper
F2Coverage Control under Connectivity ConstraintsShota Kawajiri, Kazuki Hirashima and Masashi ShiraishiPosterPaper
F3Partial Disclosure of Private Dependencies in Privacy Preserving PlanningRotem Lev Lehman, Guy Shani and Roni SternPosterPaper

Thursday, May 6 – Poster/Demo Sessions: Afternoon

5:30pm, ThursdayAgent-Based SimulationE6TORS: A Train Unit Shunting and Servicing Simulator (Demo)Jesse Mulderij, Jacobus van der Linden, Bob Huisman, Joris den Ouden, Marjan van den Akker, Han Hoogeveen and Mathijs de WeerdtPosterPaper
F6Cohorting to Isolate Asymptomatic Spreaders: An Agent-Based Simulation Study on the Mumbai Suburban RailwayAlok Talekar, Sharad Shriram, Nidhin Vaidhiyan, Gaurav Aggarwal, Jiangzhuo Chen, Srini Venkatramanan, Lijing Wang, Aniruddha Adiga, Adam Sadilek, Ashish Tendulkar, Madhav Marathe, Rajesh Sundaresan and Milind TambePosterPaper
5:30pm, ThursdayEconomic ParadigmsA1Approximating Spatial Evolutionary Games using Bayesian NetworksVincent Hsiao, Xinyue Pan, Dana Nau and Rina DechterPosterPaper
A2How to Amend a Constitution? Model, Axioms, and Supermajority RulesBen Abramowitz, Ehud Shapiro and Nimrod TalmonPosterPaper
A3A Succinct Representation Scheme for Cooperative Games under UncertaintyErrikos Streviniotis, Athina Georgara and Georgios ChalkiadakisPosterPaper
A4Social Network Interventions to Prevent Reciprocity-driven PolarizationFernando P. Santos, Francisco C. Santos, Jorge M. Pacheco and Simon LevinPosterPaper
A5A Global Multi-Sided Market with Ascending-Price MechanismRica Gonen and Erel Segal-HaleviPosterPaper
B1Learning Competitive Equilibria in Noisy Combinatorial MarketsEnrique Areyan Viqueira, Cyrus Cousins and Amy GreenwaldPosterPaper
B2Maximizing Influence-Based Group Shapley CentralityRuben Becker, Gianlorenzo D'Angelo and Hugo GilbertPosterPaper
B3Call Markets with Adaptive Clearing IntervalsBuhong Liu, Maria Polukarov, Carmine Ventre, Lingbo Li and Leslie KanthanPosterPaper
B4Modelling Cooperation in Network Games with Spatio-Temporal ComplexityMichiel Bakker, Richard Everett, Laura Weidinger, Iason Gabriel, William Isaac, Joel Leibo and Edward HughesPosterPaper
C1A Strategic Analysis of Portfolio CompressionKatherine Mayo and Michael P. WellmanPosterPaper
C2Learning Cooperative Solution Concepts from Voting Behavior: A Case Study on the Israeli KnessetOmer Lev, Wei Lu, Alan Tsang and Yair ZickPosterPaper
C3RPPLNS: Pay-per-last-N-shares with a Randomised TwistPhilip Lazos, Francisco Javier Marmolejo Cossío, Xinyu Zhou and Jonathan KatzPosterPaper
C4Object Allocation Over a Network of Objects: Mobile Agents with Strict PreferencesFu Li, C. Gregory Plaxton and Vaibhav B. SinhaPosterPaper
5:30pm, ThursdayMachine LearningA6Towards Decentralized Social Reinforcement Learning via Ego-Network ExtrapolationMahak Goindani and Jennifer NevillePosterPaper
B5Evaluating the Robustness of Collaborative AgentsPaul Knott, Micah Carroll, Sam Devlin, Kamil Ciosek, Katja Hofmann, Anca Dragan and Rohin ShahPosterPaper
B6How to Guide a Non-Cooperative Learner to Cooperate: Exploiting No-Regret Algorithms in System DesignNicholas Bishop, Le Cong Dinh and Long Tran-ThanhPosterPaper
C5HOAD: The Hanabi Open Agent DatasetAron Sarmasi, Timothy Zhang, Chu-Hung Cheng, Huyen Pham, Xuanchen Zhou, Duong Nguyen, Soumil Shekdar and Joshua McCoyPosterPaper
C6Towards Sample Efficient Learners in Population based Referential Games through Action AdvisingShresth VermaPosterPaper
D5Trajectory Diversity for Zero-Shot CoordinationAndrei Lupu, Hengyuan Hu and Jakob FoersterPosterPaper
D6Distributed Q-Learning with State Tracking for Multi-agent Networked ControlHang Wang, Sen Lin, Hamid Jafarkhani and Junshan ZhangPosterPaper
5:30pm, ThursdayPlanningD1Scalable Multiple Robot Task Planning with Plan Merging and Conflict Resolution (Demo)Gilberto Antonio Marcon Dos Santos and Julie A. AdamsPosterPaper
D2Quantifying Human Perception with Multi-Armed BanditsJulien AudiffrenPosterPaper
D3Multiagent Task Allocation and Planning with Multi-Objective RequirementsThomas Robinson, Guoxin Su and Minjie ZhangPosterPaper
E1Combining LSTMs and Symbolic Approaches for Robust Plan RecognitionLeonardo Rosa Amado, Ramon Fraga Pereira and Felipe MeneguzziPosterPaper
E2Branch-and-Bound Heuristics for Incomplete DCOPsAtena M. Tabakhi, Yuanming Xiao, William Yeoh and Roie ZivanPosterPaper
E3Reliability-Aware Multi-UAV Coverage Path Planning using a Genetic AlgorithmMickey Li, Arthur Richards and Mahesh SooriyabandaraPosterPaper
F1The Sabre Narrative Planner: Multi-Agent Coordination with Intentions and BeliefsStephen Ware and Cory SilerPosterPaper
F2A Generic Multi-Agent Model for Resource Allocation Strategies in Online On-Demand Transport with Autonomous VehiclesAlaa Daoud, Flavien Balbo, Paolo Gianessi and Gauthier PicardPosterPaper
F3Anytime Multi-Agent Path Finding via Large Neighborhood SearchJiaoyang Li, Zhe Chen, Daniel Harabor, Peter J. Stuckey and Sven KoenigPosterPaper
F4Comparison of Desynchronization Methods for a Decentralized Swarm on a Logistical Resupply ProblemJoseph Giordano, Annie Wu, Arjun Pherwani and H. David MathiasPosterPaper

Friday, May 7 – Poster/Demo Sessions: Morning

10:30am, FridayEconomic ParadigmsA1A Global Multi-Sided Market with Ascending-Price MechanismRica Gonen and Erel Segal-HaleviPosterPaper
A2We might walk together, but I run faster: Network Fairness and Scalability in BlockchainsAnurag Jain, Shoeb Siddiqui and Sujit GujarPosterPaper
B1Solid Semantics and Extension Aggregation Using Quota Rules under Integrity ConstraintsXiaolong Liu and Weiwei ChenPosterPaper
B2Balancing Rational and Other-Regarding Preferences in Cooperative-Competitive EnvironmentsDmitry Ivanov, Vladimir Egorov and Aleksei ShpilmanPosterPaper
10:30am, FridayEngineering MASC3Distributing Responsibilities for Exception Handling in JaCaMo (Demo)Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Olivier Boissier, Roberto Micalizio and Stefano TedeschiPosterPaper
C4MAS-Bench: Parameter Optimization Benchmark for Multi-agent Crowd SimulationShusuke Shigenaka, Shunki Takami, Shuhei Watanabe, Yuki Tanigaki, Yoshihiko Ozaki and Masaki OnishiPosterPaper
10:30am, FridayHumans and AIC5A Collaborative Platform for Identifying Context-Specific Values (Demo)Enrico Liscio, Michiel van der Meer, Catholijn M. Jonker and Pradeep K. MurukannaiahPosterPaper
C6Mitigating Negative Side Effects via Environment ShapingSandhya Saisubramanian and Shlomo ZilbersteinPosterPaper
10:30am, FridayLogicA3Strategy RV: A Tool to Approximate ATL Model Checking under Imperfect Information and Perfect Recall (Demo)Angelo Ferrando and Vadim MalvonePosterPaper
A4A General Framework for the Logical Representation of Combinatorial Exchange ProtocolsMunyque Mittelmann, Sylvain Bouveret and Laurent PerrusselPosterPaper
B3Strategic Abilities of Asynchronous Agents: Semantic Side EffectsWojciech Jamroga, Wojciech Penczek and Teofil SidorukPosterPaper
B4A Logic of Inferable in Multi-Agent Systems with Budget and CostsStefania Costantini, Andrea Formisano and Valentina PitoniPosterPaper
10:30am, FridayMachine LearningD1Argflow: A Toolkit for Deep Argumentative Explanations for Neural Networks (Demo)Adam Dejl, Peter He, Pranav Mangal, Hasan Mohsin, Bogdan Surdu, Eduard Voinea, Emanuele Albini, Piyawat Lertvittayakumjorn, Antonio Rago and Francesca ToniPosterPaper
D2Ship-GAN: Generative Modeling Based Maritime Traffic Simulator (Demo)Chaithanya Basrur, Arambam James Singh, Arunesh Sinha and Akshat KumarPosterPaper
D3Symbolic Reinforcement Learning for Safe RAN Control (Demo)Alexandros Nikou, Anusha Mujumdar, Marin Orlić and Aneta Vulgarakis FeljanPosterPaper
D4Deep Interactive Bayesian Reinforcement Learning via Meta-LearningLuisa Zintgraf, Sam Devlin, Kamil Ciosek, Shimon Whiteson and Katja HofmannPosterPaper
E1Gambler Bandits and the Regret of Being RuinedFilipo Studzinski Perotto, Sattar Vakili, Pratik Gajane, Yaser Faghan and Mathieu BourgaisPosterPaper
E2Tunable Behaviours in Sequential Social Dilemmas using Multi-Objective Reinforcement LearningDavid O'Callaghan and Patrick MannionPosterPaper
E3Attention Actor-Critic Algorithm for Multi-Agent Constrained Co-operative Reinforcement LearningP. Parnika, Raghuram Bharadwaj Diddigi, Sai Koti Reddy Danda and Shalabh BhatnagarPosterPaper
E4Distributional Monte Carlo Tree Search for Risk-Aware and Multi-Objective Reinforcement LearningConor F Hayes, Mathieu Reymond, Diederik M. Roijers, Enda Howley and Patrick MannionPosterPaper
E5Intrinsic Motivated Multi-Agent CommunicationChuxiong Sun, Bo Wu, Rui Wang, Xiaohui Hu, Xiaoya Yang and Cong CongPosterPaper
F1Fast Adaptation to External Agents via Meta Imitation Counterfactual Regret AdvantageMingyue Zhang, Zhi Jin, Yang Xu, Zehan Shen, Kun Liu and Keyu PanPosterPaper
F2Pick Your Battles: Interaction Graphs as Population-Level Objectives for Strategic DiversityMarta Garnelo, Wojciech Marian Czarnecki, Siqi Liu, Dhruva Tirumala, Junhyuk Oh, Gauthier Gidel, Hado van Hasselt and David BalduzziPosterPaper
F3Privacy-Preserving and Accountable Multi-agent LearningAnudit Nagar, Cuong Tran and Ferdinando FiorettoPosterPaper
F4Toward a Self-Learning Governance Loop for Competitive Multi-Attribute MASMichael PernpeintnerPosterPaper
F5Online Learning of Shaping Reward with Subgoal KnowledgeTakato Okudo and Seiji YamadaPosterPaper
10:30am, FridayVirtual AgentsA5A Framework for Integrating Gesture Generation Models into Interactive Conversational Agents (Demo)Rajmund Nagy, Taras Kucherenko, Birger Moell, André Pereira, Hedvig Kjellström and Ulysses BernardetPosterPaper
A6Graph-based Self-Adaptive Conversational Agent (Demo)Lan Zhang, Weihua Li, Quan Bai and Edmund LaiPosterPaper
B5It's A Match! Gesture Generation Using Expressive Parameter MatchingYlva Ferstl, Michael Neff and Rachel McDonnellPosterPaper
B6Personalising the Dialogue of Relational Agents for First-Time UsersHedieh Ranjbartabar, Deborah Richards, Ayse Aysin Bilgin and Cat KutayPosterPaper

Informal Discussion Sessions

TimeRoomTitleName

Wednesday, May 5 – Informal Discussion Sessions: Morning

10:30am, WednesdayConference Room WestApplications of Multiagent Systems Research to IndustryBo An
Meeting HallResponsible Development and Use of AI: What's in it for AAMAS?Virgina Dignum
StonehengeAAMAS Reviewing: Best PracticesEdith Elkind
Conference Room EastMultiagent Reinforcement LearningFrans Oliehoek
PubValue Engineering in Multiagent SystemsCarles Sierra
Games RoomLogic for Multiagent Systems: What worked? What didn't? Where next?Michael Wooldridge

Wednesday, May 5 – Informal Discussion Sessions: Evening

7pm, WednesdayConference Room WestAgent-Human Collaboration and LearningSarit Kraus
Conference Room EastFormal Frameworks and Data-Driven Approaches: Can we leverage the best of both worlds in Multiagent Systems?Kate Larson
Meeting HallMultiagent Systems for Social Good: Designing, Building, and Fielding Organ ExchangesTuomas Sandholm
StonehengeDeploying Multiagent Systems for Social Good: Public Health and Conservation Assistance for Under-served CommunitiesMilind Tambe
Games RoomHuman-Agent TeamingMatthew E. Taylor
PubLongitudinal Multiagent Learning: Rewards and Objectives for the Long HaulKagan Tumer

Friday, May 7 – Informal Discussion Sessions: Morning

10:30am, FridayStonehengeComputational Social ChoicePiotr Faliszewski
Conference Room WestModeling Human BehaviorStacy Marsella
Meeting HallMultiagent Evaluation and TrainingKarl Tuyls
PubEngineering (Multi-)Agent SystemsMichael Winikoff
Conference Room EastMechanism DesignMakoto Yokoo

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