Monthly Archives: March 2013

List of Accepted Papers at HAIDM

The papers to be presented at HAIDM 2013 in Minnesota are listed below. As you will see, the programme looks exciting as we have a strong set of papers cutting across human modelling and human-agent interaction. Coupled with our invited talk and a panel session,  HAIDM 2013 promises to be engaging for participants of all types (students, professors, and industry).

If you wish to attend HAIDM, please make sure you register for the workshop. You can register for AAMAS and the HAIDM (W13) here.

1. On Automated Agents’ Rationality Amos Azaria, Ariella Richardson, Avshalom Elmalech, Avi Rosenfeld, Sarit Kraus and David Sarne
2. A modeling framework for inter-cultural social interactions Taranjeet Singh Bhatia, Saad Ahmad Khan and Ladislau Boloni
3. An Approach to Team Programming with Markup for Operator Interaction Nathan Brooks, Ewart de Visser, Timur Chabuk, Elan Freedy and Paul Scerri
4. Augie: the Dialogue Augmenting Agent Roni Stern, Ofra Amir, Barbara Grosz, Shira Fischer and Lee Sanders
5. The Power of Modeling Human Adversary Behaviors in Security Games Thanh Nguyen, Rong Yang, Amos Azaria, Sarit Kraus and Milind Tambe
6. Autonomous Agent for Deception Detection Amos Azaria, Ariella Richardson and Sarit Kraus
7. Information Sharing for Care Coordination Ofra Amir, Barbara Grosz, Roni Stern and Lee Sanders
8. SimplyPut: A Crowdware System for Improving Health Literacy Edith Law, Barbara Grosz, Lee Sanders and Shira Fischer
9. AgentSwitch: Towards Smart Energy Tariff Selection Sarvapali Ramchurn, Michael Osborne, Oliver Parson, Talal Rahwan, Sasan Maleki, Steven Reece, Trung Dong Huynh, Muddasser Alam, Joel Fischer, Luc Moreau, Stephen Roberts and Tom Rodden
10. Exploring the challenge of learning well from a sparse training set Jeffery Raphael and Elizabeth Sklar
11. Advice Provision in Multiple Prospect Selection Problems Amos Azaria and Sarit Kraus
12. Player Adaptive Agents in Location-Based Mobile Games Adib Parkar, Spencer Frazier, Chao Huang, Rajiv Maheswaran and Yu-Han Chang

Invited Speaker: Prof. Joseph Konstan

Prof. Joseph Konstan

We have accepted 12 papers to be presented at the workshop and will be posting the programme here soon. We have also had confirmation that the invited speaker this year will be Prof. Joseph Konstan, one of the leaders in the CHI community. His research addresses a variety of human-computer interaction issues, including personalization (particularly through recommender systems), eliciting on-line participation, and designing computer systems to improve public health. He is probably best known for his work in collaborative filtering recommenders (the GroupLens project, which recently won the ACM Software Systems Award).

We will provide more details of his talk on his latest work in the coming weeks. See his detailed profile here.