Nagoya, Japan Dec 13-16, 2009

PRIMA 2009 Paciffic Rim Internarional Workshop on Multi-Agents

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Interactive Poster Session

updated on Dec. 7, 2009

Poster location arrangement is here.

 

The PRIMA interactive poster session gives the authors opportunities so that they can take time to show their work either electronically or as a poster and discuss their work in depth with conference attendees. In the interactive poster session, each author can use a LCD monitor per the author's single paper inaddition to a poster.

The interactive poster session is available for SOME authors having a full paper and ALL authors having a poster paper accepted to the conference. This means the authors having a full paper may be able to present their work twice: in the formal oral session and interactive poster session.

For preparing the facilities, please let us know whether or not you will use a LCD monitor by the November 27th with your paper's ID. In addition, if you are an author having a full paper, please let us know whether or not you will participate in the interactive poster session for presenting your work.

Please NOTE that if we can not hear from you the above information by the date, you may not be able to use a LCD monitor if you are an author having a poster paper, or not be able to present your work in the interactive poster session if you are an author having a full paper.

NOTE: The former interactive session and the poster session were integrated into the Interactive Poster Session.

 
 

Sponsors &
Supporters

 
     
  • Arches, Inc.
    www.arches.co.jp/en/

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  • Xacro Inc.
    www.xacro.jp/

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  • CSK Systems Chubu Corporation
    www.csk.com/sys-chubu/

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  • Japan Agents Workshop and Symposium

     
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  • Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence

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  • Information Processing Society of Japan

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  • JSSST MACC (Japan Society for Software Science and Technology, SIG Multi-Agents and Cooperative Computation)

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  • Nagoya Institute of Technology

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  • Commemorative Organization for the Japan World Exposition '70
    http://www.expo70.or.jp/e/

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  • SCAT (Support Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology Research)

     
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  • Kayamori Foundation

     
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  • Workshop on Multi-Agent and Cooperative Computation (MACC) in Japan Society for Software Science and Technology

     
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  • Taiko Foundation