- AI, The Fundamental Social Aggregation Challenge, Papers from the 2012 AAAI Spring Symposium, Palo Alto, California, USA, March 26-28, 2012. AAAI Technical Report SS-12-01, AAAI 2012
- William F. Lawless, Donald A. Sofge, Mark Klein, Laurent Chaudron:
- Albert-László Barabási:
Network Science: Understanding the Internal Organization of Complex Systems (Invited Talk).
- Jonathan Barzilai:
On Microeconomic Errors and Ordinal Group Decision Making.
- Shu-Heng Chen:
Predicting the Prediction Market: Would Smart Agents Help?
- Deborah Vakas Duong:
Modeling the Effects of International Interventions with Nexus Network Learne.
- Gregory O. Gibson, Paul D. Hyden:
Using Autonomous Agent-Based Systems to Counter Asymmetric Threats from Non-State Sponsored Terror Organizations.
- William A. Griffin, Xun Li:
The Complexity of Two: Dyadic Processes and Evolving Social Aggregations.
- Mong-ying Ani Hsieh, Thomas William Mather:
Distributed Aggregation in the Presence of Uncertainty: A Statistical Physics Approach.
- Volkan Isler:
Robotic Sensor Networks for Environmental Monitoring.
- Geert-Jan M. Kruijff:
How Could We Model Cohesiveness in Team Social Fabric in Human-Robot Teams Performing Under Stress?
- William Frere Lawless, Donald A. Sofge:
The Mathematics of Aggregation, Interdependence, Organizations and Systems of Nash Equilibria: A Replacement for Game Theory.
- Doug Riecken, Anita Raja, Rebecca J. Passonneau, David L. Waltz:
SNARE: Social Network Analysis and Reasoning Environment.
- Milind Tambe, Bo An:
Getting Started on a Real-World Challenge Problem in Computational Game Theory and Beyond.
- Annie S. Wu, R. Paul Wiegand, Ramya Pradhan, Gautham Anil:
The Effects of Inter-Agent Variation on Developing Stable and Robust Teams.
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