[AISWorld] CFP, AMCIS 2014, Mini-Track: Modelling for Agents and Services

Vijayan Sugumaran sugumara at oakland.edu
Mon Feb 17 14:04:01 EST 2014

Call for Papers


19th Americas Conference on Information Systems

Savannah, GA, August 7-10, 2014


Track Name: Intelligence and Intelligent Systems (Sponsored by SIGODIS)



Mini-Track: Modelling for Agents and Services


Ghassan Beydoun, University of Wollongong, beydoun at uow.edu.au

Rubén Fuentes, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, ruben at fdi.ucm.es

Dongming Xu, University of Queensland, Australia, d.xu at business.uq.edu.au


The objective of this mini-track is to encourage and renew research in
agents and service-based systems with an emphasis on the modeling
perspective on these systems. Recent modeling efforts in the agent software
engineering community have produced many languages, methods and frameworks
that facilitate the development of multiagent systems. There have also been
many efforts to facilitate the use of agents to implement service-based
systems and orthogonal efforts to model service-based systems. This
mini-track seeks to encourage the exploration of the use of agent models to
facilitate the modeling and delivery of service-based systems, using agent
systems or otherwise. The purpose of this mini-track is to provide a forum
for academics and practitioners to identify and explore the issues,
opportunities, and solutions that improve the modeling of service systems
and at the same time to further the scope of agent oriented software


Suggested Topics (not exhaustive)

·         Agent-based services

·         Agent models and ontology in service science

·         Applications of agent models

·         Agent oriented software engineering trends

·         Service modeling trends

·         Service systems development and practice in different domains:
Healthcare, financial, government, agriculture, education, entertainment,

·         Service requirements analysis, modeling and design

·         Service design methodologies and related software patterns

·         Evaluation of agent and service models


Submit your manuscript before March 1, 2014 at


Important dates: 

March 1, 2014     Submission Deadline

April 4, 2014       Author Notification

April 18, 2014     Revision Deadline

April 25, 2014      Camera Ready Submission Deadline


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