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Topics of interest for MATES'05 include, but are not limited to:

- Coordination and conflict resolution
- Negotiation and argumentation
- Artificial social systems: conventions, norms, institutions; trust and reputation
- Hybrid human and agent societies
- Advanced theories of collaboration: Modelling and formation of teams, coalitions, groups, and organizations
- Multi-agent planning and scheduling
- Adaptive agents and multi-agent learning
- Complex systems and their management
- Agent and multi-agent architectures
- Agent communication languages
- Agent-oriented software engineering
- Multi-agent platforms and tools
- Deployed agent-based bussiness applications
- Architectures, prototypes, and fielded systems of information agents
- Agents in novel application domains, e.g. Bioinformatics and Healthcare
- Autonomous robots and robot teams
- Interface agents, believable agents and user modelling
- Practical aspects of programming agent systems: Robustness, scalability and performance measurement
- Multi-Agent simulation and modelling
- Recommender systems
- Agent-based distributed knowledge discovery and data mining
- Agent-based semantic Web service discovery
- Agent-based semantic Web service composition planning
- Agent-based semantic Web service negotiation
- Secure multi-agent systems
- Agent-based distributed ontology management
- Mobile information agents
- Human-agent interaction for (systems of) information agents
- Information agents for/applied to digital cities
- Advanced, personalized 3-d visualizations of information spaces
- Agent-based Web usage mining
- Agents and Quantum Computing
- Agents and Grid Computing
- Agents and Autonomic Computing
- Agents and Pervasive Computing