Nagoya, Japan Dec 13-16, 2009

PRIMA 2009 Paciffic Rim Internarional Workshop on Multi-Agents

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Submission (Paper)

updated on Aug. 17, 2009

Submission Instruction (Papers Submissions)

The deadline is July 31th, 2009 (Hawaii-Aleutian time zone)

The paper submission proposal due has been extended due to many requests.
New deadline: August 7th, 2009 (Fri)

 

Please submit all paper submissions via the Springer OCS website: http://senldogo0039.springer-sbm.com/PRIMA2009/.
Please create your account as soon as possible if you intend to submit a paper.

Note also that the electronic submission site is likely to be very busy around the paper submission deadline. You are strongly urged to submit your paper as far in advance of the deadline as possible.

Submitted papers should be formatted according to Springer Lecture Notes specifications.
Please see http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-12-73062-0.

If the primary author of the paper is a student, authors should specify this in a footnote on the opening page, so that the paper can be considered for the best student paper award.

Papers must be no longer than 16 pages in the Springer style, including figures and references, when formatted using the specified style. Overlength papers will be rejected.

 
 

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