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BARRETEAU Olivier <[log in to unmask]>

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>*AESCS 2005 CALL FOR PAPERS*
>
>
>    *_We are to open "Electronic Submission Page" shortly _*
>
>
>    The Fourth International Workshop on
>    Agent-based Approaches in Economic and Social Complex Systems
>
>
>    Annual Conference of PAAA (Pacific-Asian Association for Agent-based
>    Approach in Social Sciences) http://www.paaa.econ.kyoto-u.ac.jp/
>
>
>*July 9-13, 2005,
>O-okayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
>2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku,Tokyo, 152-8550, JAPAN*
>
>*
>Conference Web Site: http://www.paaa.econ.kyoto-u.ac.jp/AESCS2005/*
>
>
>    1. Important Dates
>
>    April 7, 2005: Paper submission deadline (by e-mail or web-site)
>    April 7, 2005: Deadline for Summer School and Tutorial Proposals
>    May 7, 2005: Notification of paper acceptance (by e-mail or web-site)
>    June 7, 2005: Camera-ready copies of accepted papers due (by e-mail
>    or web-site)
>    July 9-13, 2005: Workshop
>
>
>    2. Aims and Scope
>
>There are many economic, organizational, and social problems, for which 
>they require collective information processing with a large collection of 
>autonomous and heterogeneous agents. Following the successes of the former 
>AESCS workshops, the Fourth workshop on Agent-based Approaches in Economic 
>and Social Complex Systems (AESCS'05) focuses on the Agent-based Social 
>Systems Science (ABSSS), an emerging scientific field as a 
>trans-disciplinary and cross-cultural sciences. ABSSS will cover a broad 
>spectrum of sciences such as social systems theory, sociology, business 
>administration, management information science, organization science, 
>computational mathematical organization theory, economics, evolutionary 
>economics, international political science, jurisprudence, policy science, 
>socio-information studies, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, 
>complex adaptive systems theory, and philosophy of sciences. Also, 
>AESCS'05 would include the issues of systems design for global and local 
>socio-economic systems in the twenty first century.
>
>
>We would like to explore various new cross-cultural arenas of the human 
>sciences. Of course, such an approach has been tried several times in the 
>history of the modern sciences of humanities and systems, and has 
>established such important conceptual frameworks and theories as 
>Cybernetics, Synergetics, General Systems Theory, Cognitive Science and 
>Complex Adaptive Systems. However, the rapid progress of computer 
>technology enables us to create novel conceptual frameworks and design 
>theories for socio-economic systems of the twenty-first century under the 
>cross-cultural and trans-disciplinary context.
>
>
>The word "agent-based" is used across very wide contexts. The contexts 
>include not only the classical usage of the normative and rational agents 
>but also interpretive and subjective agents with internal states and 
>problem solving capabilities. We seek the antinomy of the macro and micro, 
>subjective and rational, functional and structural, bottom up and top 
>down, global and local, structure and agency within the social sciences. 
>Agent-based modeling includes both sides of these opposites.
>As agent-based simulation is a critical tool for the emerging new 
>experimental fields of the social sciences, we must provide rigorous 
>explanation principles of decision aids for real world problems from both 
>conceptual and mathematical standpoints. The conceptual standpoint is 
>vital for creating new frameworks of the world view and the mathematical 
>standpoint is essential to clarify logical structures of any new frameworks.
>
>
>    3. Topics to be Addressed
>
>The topics include, but not limited to:
>
>*(1) Formal Theories on Agent-based Approaches*
>
>    Agent-based computational foundations; Theories on rationality,
>    intention, and emotion;
>    Social behaviors, social action, and social interaction;
>    Mathematical organization theory;
>    Mathematical sociology
>
>*(2) Computational Economics and Organization Theory*
>
>    Agent-based computational economics; Econophysics; Market-oriented
>    computing;
>    Artificial markets; Agents in financial engineering; Computational
>    organization theory;
>
>*(3) Modeling, Simulation and Validation Techniques*
>
>    Toolkits and methods for agent-based simulation; Large scale social
>    simulation;
>    Validation and verification of simulation results and simulation
>    systems;
>
>*(4) Gaming Simulation*
>
>    Gaming simulation; Participatory simulation; Hybridization of
>    agent-based simulation and gaming simulation
>
>*(5) Collective Intelligence*
>
>    Collective decision and behaviors; Emergent intelligence; Social
>    intelligence
>
>*(6) Applications of Agent-based Modeling*
>
>    Organization and industrial design; Electronic commerce; Community
>    design; Environment problems; Emergency management: prevention of
>    disasters, epidemic diseases, and finance collapses; Medical and
>    insurance systems; Public policies; Spatial modeling, pedestrian
>    modeling; Marketing decision support
>
>*(7) Related Areas*
>
>    Evolutionary economics; Complex adaptive systems, chaotic and
>    fractal dynamics;
>    Evolutionary computation; Evolutionary games; Population dynamics;
>    Anthropology
>
>*(8) Conceptual Model and Methodologies*
>
>    Conceptual modeling of agent-based approach; Philosophical issues of
>    agent-based modeling
>
>
>    4. Paper Format
>
>Submitted papers should not exceed 12 pages in length with one column and 
>single space. Please follow the format of Springer Lecture Notes series. 
>The manuscript includes all figures, tables, graphs, and bibliography.
>
>A4 paper (29.7cm x 21 cm), 2.5cm margins on the top and sides, 3cm bottom 
>margin. This includes all figures, tables, graphs, and bibliography. 
>Please, do *not* include the page numbers in your camera-ready paper.
>
>The title of the paper is centered 2.5cm below the top of the page in 16 
>point bold font. Right below the title, the name of the authors, their 
>affiliation information and their email addresses should be written. The 
>font size for the authors is 12pt while their affiliation information is 
>in 10pt. The author font is bold but the affiliation is not. The main text 
>for your paper should be 10pt font or larger.
>
> 
>
>
>    5. Publication
>
>Accepted papers are published in the workshop proceedings. As 
>post-proceedings, selected papers presented at the workshop will be 
>published from Springer Verlag.
>
>
>    6. Registration and Participants
>
>The registration fees are 10,000 Japanese Yen, which will cover conference 
>materials including the proceedings.
>
>
>    7. Tutorials and Summer School
>
>We will have two and/or four hours tutorials at the workshop. We will also 
>organize international open summer schools for Agent-based modeling after 
>the meeting. Participants of AESCS'05 are able to attend the summer school 
>programs. Proposals for the tutorials and summer schools are welcome. The 
>proposals must be written in one page summary within the deadline 
>specified above.
>
>
>    8. Organizing and Program Committees
>
>Worksop Chair:
>
>    Hiroshi Deguchi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japann
>
>Workshop Organizers:
>
>    Kyoichi Kijima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
>    Takao Terano, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
>    Hajime Kita, Kyoto University, Japan
>
>Sponsor:
>
>    COE21 Program "Creation of Agent Based Social Systems Science", by
>    Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science and
>    Department of Value and Decision Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology
>
>Program Committee (tentative, in alphabetical order):
>
>    Kiyoshi Arai, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
>    Robert Axtell, Brookings institution, U.S.A.
>    Shu-Heng Chen, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
>    Sung-Bae Cho, Yonsei University, Korea
>    Tag Gon Kim, KAIST, Korea
>    Norman Foo, University of South Wales, Australia
>    Yoshi Fujiwara, ATR Human Information Science Labs., Japan
>    Toshiya Kaihara, Kobe University, Japan
>    Toshiyuki Kaneda, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
>    Thomas Lux, Kiel University, Germany
>    Tag Gon Kim, KAIST, Korea
>    Hideyuki Mizuta, IBM JAPAN, Japan
>    Akira Namatame, National Defence Academy, Japan
>    Utomo Sarjono Putro, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
>    Keiji Suzuki, Future University-Hakodate, Japan
>    Keiki Takadama, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
>    Shingo Takahashi, Waseda University, Japan
>    David W. K. Yeung, Hong Kong Baptist University and St. Petersburg
>    State University, China
>
>
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>
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