EXTENDING COMPUTATIONAL COGNITIVE MODELLING TO ISSUES OF MULTI-AGENT
in conjunction with ICAI'07, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (June 25-28, 2007)
Call for Papers
The fields of cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and the
social sciences can together create a better understanding of
cognition and social processes than they can independently of each
other. Some efforts in social sciences, especially social simulations,
have evolved an understanding of social processes in societies
independently from the other two fields. However Sun (2006) among
other has shown that there is relation between individual cognition
and social processes. Can this connection be understood by exploring
the relationship between computational cognitive modeling and social
simulation? How is the cognition of a society different from
individual cognition? In this session we will examine
these questions and many more. We invite submissions of research that
investigate any of the following topics: (1) the relation between
individual and social cognition, (2) multi-agent models that are
related to advances in individual cognition, (3) social simulations
that utilize cognitive science or artificial intelligence techniques,
(4) aspects of social cognition that require modeling, and (5) the
integration of cognitive models of learning into multi-agent
(Sun, R., 2006) Cognition and Multi-Agent Interaction, Edited by Ron
Sun, 2006, Cambridge University Press.
Submission of Papers
Authors are invited to submit their draft paper (between 5 to 7 pages
- single space, font size of 10 to 12) to Sule Yildirim
( XXXX@XXXXX.COM ) or Bill Rand ( XXXX@XXXXX.COM ) before the
deadline. E-mail submissions in MS document or PDF formats are
preferable. All reasonable typesetting formats are acceptable. These
are general guidelines, if you would like to submit in a different
format please contact the coordinators.
Papers must not have been previously published or current submitted
for publication elsewhere. Upon acceptance authors will be asked to
follow the IEEE style format in preparing their papers for publication
(max. 7 pages). The first page of the submission should include:
-Title of the paper
-Name, affiliation, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number
and fax number for each author
-Name of the author who will present the paper should be indicated
-A maximum of five keywords
The session will begin with an overview of the topic by the
coordinators, and the peer-reviewed papers will then be orally
presented. If time permits a wrap-up discussion will take place at
the end of the session.
Extended Submission deadline: 20 March, 2007.
Notification of acceptance: 7 April, 2007.
Camera-ready due: 27 April, 2007.
Conference registration deadline: 27 April, 2007.
Conference dates: June 25-28, 2007
See ICAI'07 website for complete details.
The conference proceedings will be published by CSREA Press (ISBN) in
hardcopy. The proceedings will be available for distribution at the
Some accepted papers will also be considered for journal publication
(soon after the conference). All conference proceedings published by
CSREA Press are considered for inclusion in major database indexes
that are designed to provide easy