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  1. A robot that asks older adults on their health status.
  2. Do You Have Pain?
  3. Proof of Concept of a Social Robot for Patient Reported Outcome Measurements in Elderly Persons
  4. Persistent Robot-Assisted Disaster Response
  5. Reducing Stress by Bonding with a Social Robot
  6. What Could Go Wrong
  7. Self-explanations of a cognitive agent by citing goals and emotions
  8. The role of emotion in self-explanations by cognitive agents
  9. Expectation management in child-robot interaction
  10. Omniscient Debugging for Cognitive Agent Programs
  11. Omniscient Debugging for GOAL Agents in Eclipse (Demonstration)
  12. Personalised self-explanation by robots: The role of goals versus beliefs in robot-action explanation for children and adults
  13. Specifying and testing the design rationale of social robots for behavior change in children
  14. Incremental Development of Large-Scale Human-Robot Teamwork in Disaster Response Environments
  15. Alternating Offers Protocols for Multilateral Negotiation
  16. An Introduction to the Pocket Negotiator: A General Purpose Negotiation Support System
  17. Boolean Negotiation Games
  18. Exploring the Ethical Landscape of Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue
  19. Intelligent Distributed Computing X
  20. The Sixth Automated Negotiating Agents Competition (ANAC 2015)
  21. Designing a source-level debugger for cognitive agent programs
  22. A survey of values, technologies and contexts in pervasive healthcare
  23. Dynamic task allocation for multi-robot search and retrieval tasks
  24. Ontological reasoning for human-robot teaming in search and rescue missions
  25. CAAF: A Cognitive Affective Agent Programming Framework
  26. Optimal Non-adaptive Concession Strategies with Incomplete Information
  27. Using Automatic Failure Detection for Cognitive Agents in Eclipse (AAMAS 2016 DEMONSTRATION)
  28. The Automated Negotiating Agents Competition, 2010–2015
  29. Learning about the opponent in automated bilateral negotiation: a comprehensive survey of opponent modeling techniques
  30. Effects of a robotic storyteller's moody gestures on storytelling perception
  31. On the need for a coordination mechanism to guarantee task completion in a cooperative team
  32. Mood contagion of robot body language in human robot interaction
  33. Altruistic coordination for multi-robot cooperative pathfinding
  34. HRI Workshop on Human-Robot Teaming
  35. Human-Robot Teamwork in USAR Environments
  36. TRADR Project: Long-Term Human-Robot Teaming for Robot Assisted Disaster Response
  37. A Fully Integrated Development Environment for Agent-Oriented Programming
  38. Auction-Based Dynamic Task Allocation for Foraging with a Cooperative Robot Team
  39. Designing a Knowledge Representation Interface for Cognitive Agents
  40. Designing a Source-Level Debugger for Cognitive Agent Programs
  41. Performance of Communicating Cognitive Agents in Cooperative Robot Teams
  42. Active learning of affordances for robot use of household objects
  43. Heuristics for using CP-nets in utility-based negotiation without knowing utilities
  44. Effective transfer learning of affordances for household robots
  45. Effects of bodily mood expression of a robotic teacher on students
  46. A study into modeling coordination in disruption management by Airline Operations Control
  47. Effective acceptance conditions in real-time automated negotiation
  48. An Approach to Navigation for the Humanoid Robot Nao in Domestic Environments
  49. Decoupling Negotiating Agents to Explore the Space of Negotiation Strategies
  50. GOAL: A Multi-agent Programming Language Applied to an Exploration Game
  51. Multi-robot Cooperative Pathfinding: A Decentralized Approach
  52. The Shaping of the Agent-Oriented Mindset
  53. Predicting the Performance of Opponent Models in Automated Negotiation
  54. Robot learning and use of affordances in goal-directed tasks
  55. The Relative Importance and Interrelations between Behavior Parameters for Robots' Mood Expression
  56. Mood expression through parameterized functional behavior of robots
  57. Computational Modeling of Emotion: Toward Improving the Inter- and Intradisciplinary Exchange
  58. Evaluating practical negotiating agents: Results and analysis of the 2011 international competition
  59. The Second Automated Negotiating Agents Competition (ANAC2011)
  60. A Tit for Tat Negotiation Strategy for Real-Time Bilateral Negotiations
  61. Acceptance Conditions in Automated Negotiation
  62. An Agent-Based Cognitive Robot Architecture
  63. Bodily Mood Expression: Recognize Moods from Functional Behaviors of Humanoid Robots
  64. Cognitive Agents for Virtual Environments
  65. Contemporary Challenges and Solutions in Applied Artificial Intelligence
  66. Goal-Based Qualitative Preference Systems
  67. Heuristic-Based Approaches for CP-Nets in Negotiation
  68. Learning to Improve Agent Behaviours in GOAL
  69. Query Caching in Agent Programming Languages
  70. Reasoning about Interest-Based Preferences
  71. Recent Trends in Applied Artificial Intelligence
  72. Learning Classifier System on a humanoid NAO robot in dynamic environments
  73. Negotiating Agents
  75. An empirical study of cognitive agent programs
  76. Value-sensitive design patterns for pervasive health care
  77. The iCat as a Natural Interaction Partner
  78. An Argumentation Framework for Qualitative Multi-criteria Preferences
  79. An Empirical Study of Patterns in Agent Programs
  80. An Interface for Agent-Environment Interaction
  81. GOAL Agents Instantiate Intention Logic
  82. HactarV2: An Agent Team Strategy Based on Implicit Coordination
  83. Measuring the Performance of Online Opponent Models in Automated Bilateral Negotiation
  84. Multi-attribute Preference Logic
  85. Reinforcement Learning as Heuristic for Action-Rule Preferences
  86. State Space Reduction for Model Checking Agent Programs
  87. Special Issue on ‘Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation’
  88. Argumentation-Based Qualitative Preference Modelling with Incomplete and Uncertain Information
  89. The First Automated Negotiating Agents Competition (ANAC 2010)
  90. An Argumentation Framework for Deriving Qualitative Risk Sensitive Preferences
  91. Principles for Value-Sensitive Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
  92. Towards a Computational Model of the Self-attribution of Agency
  93. Towards a Quantitative Concession-Based Classification Method of Negotiation Strategies
  94. Unreal Goal Bots
  95. Eliminating issue dependencies in complex negotiation domains
  96. Towards an environment interface standard for agent platforms
  97. Qualitative One-to-Many Multi-Issue Negotiation: Approximating the QVA
  98. Supporting the Design of General Automated Negotiators
  99. A Computational Semantics for Communicating Rational Agents Based on Mental Models
  100. A Verification Logic for Goal Agents
  101. Approximating the Qualitative Vickrey Auction by a Negotiation Protocol
  102. Argumentation-Based Preference Modelling with Incomplete Information
  103. Do You Get It? User-Evaluated Explainable BDI Agents
  104. Model Checking Agent Programs by Using the Program Interpreter
  105. Specification and Verification of Multi-agent Systems
  106. Towards a Quality Assessment Method for Learning Preference Profiles in Negotiation
  107. ProgrammingRationalAgents in GOAL
  108. GOAL as a Planning Formalism
  109. A Multi-Agent Environment for Negotiation
  110. An Empirical Study of Agent Programs
  111. Combining Multiple Knowledge Representation Technologies into Agent Programming Languages
  112. Exploring Heuristic Action Selection in Agent Programming
  113. Programming Multi-Agent Systems
  114. Programming Organization-Aware Agents
  115. The Benefits of Opponent Models in Negotiation
  116. Towards a Verification Framework for Communicating Rational Agents
  117. Using Temporal Logic to Integrate Goals and Qualitative Preferences into Agent Programming
  118. Approximating an auction mechanism by multi-issue negotiation
  119. Creating human-machine synergy in negotiation support systems
  120. Toward a programming theory for rational agents
  121. Satisfying Maintenance Goals
  122. GOAL Agents Instantiate Intention Logic
  123. Negotiation Dynamics: Analysis, Concession Tactics, and Outcomes
  124. A verification framework for agent programming with declarative goals
  125. Cooperative Information Agents XI
  126. Eliminating Interdependencies Between Issues for Multi-issue Negotiation
  127. A Programming Language for Coordinating Group Actions
  128. On programming KARO agents
  129. A Programming Logic for Part of the Agent Language 3APL
  130. Agent Programming with Declarative Goals
  131. A Formal Architecture for the 3APL Agent Programming Language
  132. Semantics of Communicating Agents Based on Deduction and Abduction
  133. Control Structures of Rule-Based Agent Languages
  134. A formal embedding of agentspeak(L) in 3APL
  135. Formal semantics for an abstract agent programming language
  136. Compiling GOAL Agent Programs into Jazzyk Behavioural State Machines
  137. Towards an Open Negotiation Architecture for Heterogeneous Agents
  138. Agent Logics as Program Logics: Grounding KARO
  139. Analysis of Negotiation Dynamics
  140. Automatic Issue Extraction from a Focused Dialogue
  141. Modules as Policy-Based Intentions: Modular Agent Programming in GOAL