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6-July-2005-Workshop-on-Formal-Models-of-Resource-
Bounded-Agents-FMRBA-05-
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SUMMARY:Workshop on Formal Models of Resource-Boun
ded Agents (FMRBA'05)
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LOCATION:Utrecht
DESCRIPTION:Much of the work in formal logical mod
elling of agents assumes idealised rational agents
with unrestricted memory and unbounded time avail
able for reasoning. This is unrealistic, since the
agents are ascribed capabilities which they do no
t possess (e.g. ability to derive any theorem of c
lassical propositional logic). Recently, there has
been growing interest in formal models of resourc
e-bounded agents. While this work has been present
ed at agents and logics conferences and workshops
(IJCAI, AAMAS, EUMAS) and published in journals, s
uch as the Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-
Agent Systems, this emerging community has lacked
a forum for discussion. The aim of this workshop i
s to bring together researchers working on models
of resource-bounded agents to assess the state of
the art and identify open problems. Deadline fo
r paper submission is the 14th of March 2005. Topi
cs of interest include general frameworks for mode
lling resource bounded agents, models of resource
bounded agent architectures and models of resource
bounded agent capabilities. This workshop will
be co-located with AAMAS 2005. For more informati
on, see the workshop web page at http://www.agents
.cs.nott.ac.uk/events/fmrba05/
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Much of the work in formal logical modelling of ag
ents assumes\n idealised rational agents wi
th unrestricted memory and\n unbounded time
available for reasoning. This is unrealistic,\n
since the agents are ascribed capabilities w
hich they do not\n possess (e.g. ability to
derive any theorem of classical\n proposit
ional logic). Recently, there has been growing\n
interest in formal models of resource-bounde
d agents. While\n this work has been presen
ted at agents and logics conferences\n and
workshops (IJCAI, AAMAS, EUMAS) and published in j
ournals,\n such as the Journal of Autonomou
s Agents and Multi-Agent\n Systems, this em
erging community has lacked a forum for\n d
iscussion. The aim of this workshop is to bring to
gether\n researchers working on models of r
esource-bounded agents to\n assess the stat
e of the art and identify open problems.\n \n

\n Deadline for paper submissi
on is the 14th of March 2005.\n Topics of i
nterest include general frameworks for modelling\n
resource bounded agents, models of resourc
e bounded agent\n architectures and models
of resource bounded agent\n capabilities.\n

\n \n \n This workshop
will be co-located with AAMAS 2005.\n For
more information, see the workshop web page at \n
http://www.agents.c
s.nott.ac.uk/events/fmrba05/\n

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