ATT 2006

4th Workshop on AGENTS IN TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION
@ Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2006), Hakodate, JP

Paper submission deadline: Feb, 1st, 2006
Notifications of acceptance/rejection: Feb, 19th, 2006

Workshop Date: May, 9th 2006 Proceedings    Program    Submission    Commitees

The domain of traffic and transportation is geographically and functionally distributed; its subsystems have a high degree of autonomy, and typically we need to deal with settings with a variety of dynamics including the real-time constraints. Consequently, many applications in this domain can be adequately modelled as autonomous agents and multi-agent systems. As a result of this modelling one could also meet the growing interest in making traffic and transportation more secure, efficient, resource-saving and ecological.

The purpose of this workshop is to bring researchers and practitioners together in order to share their views on how large-scale complex transportation systems can be modelled, simulated, and managed - both at micro and at macro level - employing techniques of autonomous agents.

Main topics:

  • agent-based applications in traffic, transportation, and logistics
  • agent-based approaches to modelling driver behaviour
  • coordination in multiagent transportation systems
  • agent-based simulation of transportation systems
  • intelligent peer-to-peer transportation systems
  • mobile devices and agents in transportation systems
Proceedings of ATT2006 are online via http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/~bazzan/downloads/WS28ATT.pdf

Program

9:00 - 9:05 Welcome and short announcements

9:05 - 10:35 Session I (Autonomous and Cooperative Driving, Reinforcement Learning)

  1. K. Dresner and P. Stone: Human Usable and Emergency Vehicle Aware Control Policies for Autonomous Intersection Management
  2. J. Laumonier, C. Desjardins and B. Chaib-draa: Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control: a Reinforcement Learning Approach
  3. B. Castro da Silva, D. de Oliveira, A. Bazzan and E. W. Basso Adaptive Traffic Control with Reinforcement Learning

10:35 - 10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:30 Session II (Equibilibrium and Collectives)

  1. Invited Talk: K. Tumer
  2. A. Bazzan and R. Junges Traffic Network Equilibrium using Congestion Tolls: a case study

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 - 15:30 Session III (Information and Agent-based Simulation)

  1. J. McBreen, P. Jensen and F. Marchal: Transport Congestion: An Agent-based Model
  2. S.S. Manvi, J.Pitt, M.S. Kakkasageri, Alex Rathmell: Multi-agent system based vehicular information ad-hoc networks
  3. M. Miska, T.H. Muller and H. J. van Zuylen: An Agent Framework for Online Simulation

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 - 17:30 Session IV (Pedestrian and Public Transportation)

  1. J. Dijkstra, J. Jessurun and B. de Vries: Agent Architecture for Simulating Pedestrians in the Built
    Environment
  2. D. Meignan, O. Simonin and A. Koukam: MultiAgent Approach for Simulation and Evaluation of Urban Bus Networks
  3. S. Moujahed, O. Simonin, A. Koukam and K. Ghedira: A Reactive Agent Based Approach to Facility Location: Application to Transport

Contributions should not exceed ten pages (pls use the ACM template available at AAMAS page) and should be written in English. Contributions should include the title, author(s) name(s), and affiliation including e-mail address, and should include an abstract. Electronic submission of documents in PDF or compressed PostScript only is by sending an email to att2006[at]ki.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de .

 

Organizing Commitee
Ana L. C. Bazzan, UFRGS (Brazil) - bazzan[]inf.ufrgs.br
Pr. Brahim Chaib-draa, Université Laval (Canada) - chaib[]ift.ulaval.ca
Franziska Kluegl, Universitaet Wuerzburg (Germany) - kluegl[]informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de
Sascha Ossowski, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spain)- sossowski[]acm.org


Programme Commitee
Vicent Botti UPV (Spain)
Paul Davidsson BTH (Sweden)
Hussein Dia University of Queensland (Australia)
Kurt Dresner University of Texas at Austin (US)
Klaus Fischer DFKI (Germany)
Josefa Hernandez Technical Univ. of Madrid (Spain)
Ronghui Liu University of Leeds (UK)
Kai Nagel University of Dresden (Germany)
Eugenio de Oliveira Universidade do Porto (Portugal)
Guido Rindsfüser Emch&Berger AG Bern (CH)
Rosaldo Rossetti Universidade Atlantica (Portugal)
Frank Schweitzer ETH Zuerich, (CH)
Joachim Wahle TraffGo Gmbh (Germany)
Tomohisa Yamashita National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tokyo, (Japan)