Workshop on Distributed and Multi-Agent Planning, ICAPS 2016

Monday, 13 June, 2016
London, UK
Hosting conference: 
ICAPS 2016
Antonín Komenda (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)
Guy Shani (Ben Gurion University, Israel)
Roni Stern (Ben Gurion University, Israel)
Dániel Laszlo Kovacs (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Chris Amato (University of New Hampshire, USA)
Multi-agent planning is a broad field with many applications, but its subfields remain mostly dispersed and uncoordinated. The main goal of the 4th Workshop on Distributed and Multi-Agent Planning (DMAP), as in the previous editions, is to bring researchers working in these subfields together and to bridge the gap between the planning and multi-agent systems communities. DMAP-16 will be a part of the ICPAS 2016 conference - looking forward to seeing you there. TOPICS The organizing committee of DMAP'16 invites paper submissions on topics related to distributed and multi-agent planning. Relevant topics to the workshop are, among others: * Multiagent planning and scheduling applications * Privacy in distributed planning * Multiagent path finding * Techniques to overcome multiagent planning complexity * Plan coordination/merging * Distributed planning and scheduling * Multiagent planning system architectures * Multi-robot systems * Self-interested planning agents * Game theoretic planning * Distributed planning under uncertainty * Evaluation and benchmarks for distributed planning * Centralized, decentralized and factored multiagent planning * Multiagent planning problem modeling techniques and languages * Domain-dependent and domain-independent multiagent planning * Heuristics for multiagent planning
Deadline for submission: 
Monday, 21 March, 2016