Thursday, April 15, p.m. Room 46

Symposium L: AT2AI-4: From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation
J.P.Müller, Germany, and P.Petta, Austria

Session 4: Methods/-ologies I

Towards Requirements Elicitation in Multi-Agent Systems
R. Fuentes, J.J. Gomez-Sanz, J. Pavon, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain

Representing Goals in Multi-Agent Systems
M.-P. Huget, Leibniz-IMAG/MAGMA, Grenoble, France

An Ontological Approach to Harmonising Security Models for Open Services
J.J. Tan, S. Poslad, L. Titkov, University of London, England
Coffee Break
Session 5: Methods/-ologies II

Combining Gaia and JADE for Multi-Agent Systems Development
P. Moraitis, N.I. Spanoudakis, University of Cyprus, Greece

ADE - An Architecture Development Environment for Virtual and Robotic Agents
V. Andronache, M. Scheutz, University of Notre Dame, Illinois, USA

Multi-Agent Systems Implementation and Testing
G. Caire, M. Cossentino, A. Negri, A. Poggi, P. Turci, Universita di Parma, Italy
Wrap up discussion 2nd day