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Keynote Papers.- Application of Information Processing Technology by Multiagent Simulation.- Cognitive Architectures and Multi-agent Social Simulation.- Full Papers.- A Co-operative Intelligent Assisting Agent Architecture for Web Searching and Desktop Management.- Prisoner's Dilemma Game on Network.- Addressing Constraint Failures in Agent Interaction Protocol.- Reasoning about Success and Failure in Intentional Agents.- Agent-Base Workflow Management System Architecture - An Example on Conference Info System.- Diverse Applications of an Automated Argument System Based on the Logic of Multiple-Valued Argumentation.- Dynamic Interaction Protocol Load in Multi-Agent System Collaboration.- Towards a Component-Based Architecture for TeleAgents.- Development of a Lightweight Middleware Technologies Supporting Mobile Agents.- The Roles of Active Perception in Intelligent Agent Systems.- Fairness in Cooperating Multi-agent Systems - Using Profit Sharing as an Example.- Risk Strategies and Risk Strategy Equilibrium in Agent Interactions Modeled as Normal Repeated 2 x2 Risk Games.- A Crowd Model for Emergency and Panic Situations: Structure, Characteristics and Behaviours.- Learning the Structure of Utility Graphs Used in Multi-issue Negotiation through Collaborative Filtering.- ARTISTE: Agent Organization Management System for Multi-Agent Systems.- Sensor Management Model Using Multi-agent in Small-Area Sensor Networks.- Conflict Resolution Method for Multi-context Situation.- Multi-auction Approach for Solving Task Allocation Problem.- Using Classification Learning in Companion Modeling.- Modeling a MultiAgent Mobile Robotics Test Bed Using a Biologically Inspired Artificial Immune System.- Deploying Multi-Agents for Intelligent Aspect-Oriented Web Services.- Multi-Agent System Using G-XMDR for Data Synchronization in Pervasive Computing Environments.- An Interval-Based Knowledge Model and Query Language for Temporal Information.- A Petri-Net-Based Modeling Framework for Automated Negotiation Protocols in Electronic Commerce.- Agent Based Interaction Model for Electronic Health Record System.- Implementation of MedVI Agent a Medical Vocabulary Interpreter for Medical Agents.- Multi-agent Cooperation: A Description Logic View.- Enhancing Bidding Strategies in CDAs by Adaptive Judgement of Price Acceptability.- Dealing with Objectives in a Constraint-Based Extension to AgentSpeak(L).
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The Paci?c-Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents (PRIMA) is held - nually, and is one of the principal research forums in the practice and theory of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems. Autonomous agents and mul- agent systems are computational systems in which several (semi-) 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 agentshavingcommongoalsordistinctgoals, andtheymayinvolveparticipation on the part of humans and intelligent agents. PRIMA is the ?rst Paci?c Rim workshop related to autonomous agents and multi-agentsystems. AlthoughwealreadyhaveseveralworkshopsinPaci?cRim countries, such as MACC (Multi-agent Systems and Cooperative Computation) inJapanfrom1991, andtheAustralianWorkshoponDistributedArti?cialInt- ligence from 1995, there has been less interactionamong the countriescompared toEuropeandtheAmericas. Since1998, thePRIMAseriesofworkshophasbeen conducted annually. PRIMA 2005, the ?rst of its kind to be held in Malaysia, followed a strong tradition of workshops that began in 1998 as a platform to enable researchers from the Paci? c-Rim countries to share and collaborate their research ?ndings in the areas of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems. In additionto thetraditionaltechnicalpaperpresentationandposterpaperpres- tations there weretwo additionalactivities speci?cally for the bene?t ofdoctoral students, and industry participants: (1) A Doctoral Mentoring Session (2) Agent School The Chairs of the workshop take this opportunity to thank the members of the Local Organizing Committee, the Programme Committee, the Doctoral - lection Committee, and all the additional paper reviewers. (source: Nielsen Book Data)