Invited Lecture on "A Multi-Agent Organization to Support Group Activities" by Moser Fagundes (PUCRS)

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Conferencia dentro del marco del Proyecto "Tecnologías del Acuerdo"  (Consolider CSD2007-00022).

Date: November 6th 2013

 

Location: URJC, Campus de Móstoles, Rectorado, planta baja. Sala de Reuniones, despacho 002

 

Programme:

11:00 - 13:00: Invited Lecture on "A Multi-Agent Organization to Support Group Activities" by Moser Fagundes

 

Abstract:

 

In the SEATEAMS project, we aim to help the coordination of the activities of groups of users who share certain tasks. In particular, we are working towards automatically recognizing the context of each user, in particular which task each user is trying to accomplish. In this presentation, we will talk about the interaction patterns we use for information exchange among Jason agents running in portable devices in order to determine the context needed to make those context recognitions. We also present an extension of the symbolic plan recognizer SBR to deal with ambiguity in plan recognition under time constraints.

 

 

Speaker: Moser Fagundes

Moser Fagundes is a researcher at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS) at Porto Alegre in Brasil, where he works in the SEATEAMS project funded by Samsung. He received a PhD from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) of Madrid (Spain) in 2012 and obtained his MSc degree in Informatics from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) in 2007. He graduated with a Computer Science degree at the Universidade Federal de Pelotas (UFPEL) in 2004. During his PhD course, he worked as a contracted researcher in projects such as AT (Agreement Technologies) and OVAMAH (Multiagent-based Adaptive Virtual Organizations), both funded by the Ministerio de Ciencia y Innovación (MICINN) of the Spanish Government. His research interests span from normative multiagent systems, rational norm-aware agent architectures, planning under uncertainty in environments ruled by norms, Markov Decision Processes to plan recognition.