AAMAS 2017. Sixteenth International Conference on Antonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems. Sao Paulo - Brazil. 8th - 12th May, 2017
AAMAS 2017. Sixteenth International Conference on Antonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems. Sao Paulo - Brazil. 8th - 12th May, 2017
AAMAS 2017. Sixteenth International Conference on Antonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems. Sao Paulo - Brazil. 8th - 12th May, 2017
 

Accepted Papers: Embodied Virtual Agents and Human-Agent Interaction


Full Papers

Increasing Fairness by Delegating Decisions to Autonomous Agents
Celso de Melo, Stacy Marsella and Jonathan Gratch

Using Virtual Narratives to Explore Children's Story Understanding
Julie Porteous, Fred Charles, Cameron Smith, Marc Cavazza, Jolien Mouw and Paul van den Broek

MISER: Mise-En-Scene Region Support for Staging Narrative Actions in Interactive Storytelling
Jamie Matthews, Fred Charles, Julie Porteous and Alexandra Mendes

Pedagogical Agents as Team Members: Impact of Proactive and Pedagogical Behavior on the User
Mukesh Barange, Julien Saunier and Alexandre Pauchet

Towards An Autonomous Agent that Provides Automated Feedback on Students' Negotiation Skills
Emmanuel Johnson, David Devault and Jonathan Gratch

Incorporating Emotion Perception into Opponent Modeling for Social Dilemmas
Rens Hoegen, Giota Stratou and Jonathan Gratch

‘Is It Just Me?’: Evaluating Attribution of Negative Feedback as a Function of Virtual Instructor’s Gender and Proxemics
Dan Feng, David C. Jeong, Lynn Carol Miller and Stacy Marsella

Grumpy & Pinocchio: Answering Human-Agent Negotiation Questions through Realistic Agent Design
Johnathan Mell and Jonathan Gratch


Extended Abstracts

Extending JaCalIVE framework to create Virtual Worlds by means of an OWL ontology
Jaime Rincón, Vicente Julián and Carlos Carrascosa

Real-Time Interruption Handling in Dyadic Interactions with Virtual Social Agents
Patrick Gebhard, Tanja Schneeberger, Gregor Mehlmann, Tobias Baur and Elisabeth André

Generating Virtual Characters from Personality Traits via Reverse Correlation and Linear Programming
Fabrizio Nunnari and Alexis Heloir

Strategically misleading the user: building a Deceptive Virtual Suspect
Diogo Rato, Brian Ravenet, Rui Prada and Ana Paiva

Scaling Up Deep Reinforcement Learning for Multi-Domain Dialogue Agents
Heriberto Cuayahuitl and Seunghak Yu

Modelling Conflict Dynamics
Joana Campos, Carlos Martinho and Ana Paiva