Call for Participation: AAMAS Workshop Service-Oriented Computing: Agents, Semantics, And Engineering (SOCASE)

Call for Participation: AAMAS Workshop Service-Oriented Computing: 
Agents, Semantics, And Engineering  (SOCASE)
Tuesday May 11, 2010

Please be aware that the registration fee will be raised substantially 
if you do not register till 9.4.2010

******Additional registration benefit*********
The registration will allow you to get a free copy of the 
after-conference proceedings (Springer LNCS) by mail. These proceedings 
will contain extended and revised versions of the workshop papers as 
well as the papers for the SOCMAS workshop on Services 2010.
First International Workshop on Servise-Oriented Computing and 
Multi-Agent Systems (SOCMAS 2010), Miami, Florida, USA, one day between 
July 5-10, 2010 in conjunction with SERVICES 2010 
So, don't hesitate to register now!!

The purpose of the AAMAS Workshop Service-Oriented Computing: Agents, 
Semantics, And Engineering  (SOCASE)is to present and discuss the recent 
significant developments at the intersections of Multi-agent Systems, 
Semantic Technology, and Service-oriented Computing, and to promote 
cross-fertilization of techniques. In particular, the workshop aims at 
identifying techniques from Multi-agent System and Semantic Technology 
research that will have the greatest impact on automating 
service-oriented application construction and management, focusing on 
critical challenges such as service quality assurance, reliability, and 

This is the programme for this workshop:

Invited Talk

ISReal: Semantics, Services and Agents for the Future 3D Internet
Matthias Klusch

Accepted Papers

Governance of Services: A Natural Function for Agents
Frances Brazier, Frank Dignum, Virginia Dignum, Michael N. Huhns, Tim 
Lessner, Julian Padget, Thomas Quillinan and Munindar Singh

Evolving Formal Models: Multi Agent Self-Organisation for Governance and 
Regulation in Service Oriented Systems
Martin Randles, A. Taleb-Bendiab, Cherif Branki and David Lamb

Integrating Process Modelling into Multi-Agent System Engineering
Tobias Küster, Marco Lützenberger, Axel Heßler and Benjamin Hirsch

Towards Service Matchmaking of Heterogeneous Service Descriptions
Analay Balta Camejo and Alberto Fernandez

A Framework to Manage Contractual Relationships in Customer Life Cycle 
Management Systems
Christian Guttmann, Leelani Wickramasinghe, Ian Thomas, michael 
georgeff, Heinz Schmidt, Hamid Gharib and Simon Thompson

Abstracting Business Modeling Patterns from RosettaNet
Pankaj R. Telang and Munindar P. Singh

Prof. Dr. Rainer Unland 
University of Duisburg-Essen 
Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems (ICB) 
Practical Computer Science, especially Data Management Systems and Knowledge Representation 
Schuetzenbahn 70 
45117 Essen, Germany 
Tel.: (+49) 201-183 3421 
Fax: (+49) 201-183 4460 
IP-Tel. Skype: unlandr
Email: Rainer.Unland   at 

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