Onn Shehory: Selected Papers

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  1. O. Shehory and S. Kraus Coalition formation among autonomous agents: Strategies and complexity, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence no. 957, From Reaction to Cognition, C. Castelfranchi and J. P. Muller (Eds.), pages 57-72, 1995.
  2. O. Shehory and S. Kraus Task Allocation via Coalition Formation Among Autonomous Agents, Proc. of IJCAI-95, pages 655-661, Montreal, August 1995.
  3. O. Shehory and S. Kraus A Kernel-oriented model for autonomous-agent coalition-formation in general environments, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Artificial Intelligence - Architecture and Modeling, pages 31-45.
  4. M. Klusch and O. Shehory Coalition formation among rational information agents, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence no. 1038, Agents Breaking Away, W. Van de Velde and J. W. Perram (Eds.), pages 204-217, 1996.
  5. O. Shehory and S. Kraus Cooperative goal-satisfaction without communication in large-scale agent-systems, In proceedings of ECAI-96, pages 544-548, Budapest, Hungary, August 1996.
  6. O. Shehory and S. Kraus A Kernel-oriented model for autonomous-agent coalition-formation in general environments: implementation and results, In proceedings of AAAI-96, pages 134-140, Portland, Oregon, August 1996.
  7. O. Shehory and S. Kraus Formation of overlapping coalitions for precedence-ordered task-execution among autonomous agents, In proceedings of ICMAS-96, pages 330-337, Kyoto, Japan, December 1996.
  8. M. Klusch and O. Shehory A polynomial kernel-oriented coalition formation algorithm for rational information agents, In proceedings of ICMAS-96, pages 157-164, Kyoto, Japan, December 1996.
  9. J. Contreras, F. Wu, M. Klusch and O. Shehory Coalition formation in a power transmission planning environment, In proceedings of PAAM-97, London, UK, April 1997.
  10. O. Shehory, S. K. Sycara and S. Jha Multi-agent Coordination through Coalition Formation, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence no. 1365, Intelligent Agents IV, A. Rao, M. Singh and M. Wooldridge (Eds.), pages 143-154. Springer, 1997.
  11. O. Shehory, K. Sycara P. Chalasani and S. Jha Agent cloning: an approach to agent mobility and resource allocation, IEEE Communications, pages 58-67, vol. 36 no. 7, July 1998.
  12. O. Shehory and S. Kraus Methods for task allocation via agent coalition formation, Artificial Intelligence Journal, Vol. 101 (1-2), May 1998, pages 165-200. Copyright terms do not allow copying this paper for commercial use without the permission of Elsevier Science.
  13. P. Chalasani, S. Jha, O. Shehory and K. Sycara Strategies for Querying Information Agents, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence no. 1435, M. Klusch and G. Weiss (Eds.), pages 94-107.
    Best paper award winner:
  14. O. Shehory, S. Kraus and O. Yadgar Goal-satisfaction in large-scale agent-systems: a transportation example, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence no. 1555, Intelligent Agents V, A. Rao, M. Singh and J. Muller (Eds.), pages 277-292.
  15. O. Shehory, S. Jha, P. Chalasani and K. Sycara Increasing resource utilization and task performance by agent Cloning, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence no. 1555, Intelligent Agents V , A. Rao, M. Singh and J. Muller (Eds.), pages 413-426.
  16. P. Chalasani, S. Jha, O. Shehory and K. Sycara Query restart strategies for web agents, In proceedings of Autonomous Agents 98, pages 124-131, Minneapolis, May 1998.
  17. T. Sandholm, K. Larson, M. Andersson, O. Shehory and F. Tohme Worst-Case-Optimal Anytime Coalition Structure Generation, In proceeding of AAAI-98, pages 46-53, Madison, Wisconsin, July 1998.
  18. O. Shehory, K. Sycara, G. Sukthankar and V. Mukherjee Agent Aided Aircraft Maintenance , In proceedings of Autonomous Agents 99, Seattle WA, MAY 1999.
  19. O. Shehory and S. Kraus Feasible Formation of Coalitions Among Autonomous Agents in Non-Super-Additive Environments , Computational Intelligence, Vol. 15(3), August 1999, pages 218-251.
  20. O. Shehory, S. Kraus and O. Yadgar Emergent Cooperative Goal-Satisfaction in Large Scale Automated-Agent Systems, Artificial Intelligence Journal, Vol. 110(1), May 1999.
  21. O. Shehory Spawning Information Agents on the Web, Intelligent Information Agents, M. Klusch (Ed.), Springer 1999.
  22. O. Shehory A Scalable Agent Location Mechanism, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Agents VI, M. Wooldridge and Y. Lesperance (Eds.), forthcoming.
  23. M. Paolucci, D. Kalp, A. Pannu, O. Shehory, K. Sycara A Planning Component for RETSINA Agents, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Agents VI, M. Wooldridge and Y. Lesperance (Eds.).
  24. T. Sandholm, K. Larson, M. Andersson, O. Shehory and F. Tohme Coalition Structure Generation with Worst Case Guarantees, Artificial Intelligence Journal, Vol. 111 (1-2), pages 209-238, 1999.
  25. M. Paolucci, O. Shehory and K. Sycara Interleaving Planning and Execution in a Multiagent Team Planning
    Environment
    , Electronic Transactions on Artificial Intelligence journal, Vol. 4 (1), March 2000.
  26. Y. Mass and O. Shehory Distributed trust in open multi-agent systems. In Proceedings of Agents-2000 workshop on Trust, Fraud and Deception. Barcelona, 2000.
  27. O. Shehory and K. Sycara The RETSINA communicator. Agents-00, pages 199-200, Barcelona, Spain, June 2000.
  28. K. Lerman and O. Shehory Coalition formation for large-scale electronic markets. ICMAS-00, pages 167-174, Boston MA, July 2000.
  29. O. Shehory Software architecture attributes of multi-agent systems. In Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 1957, "Agent Oriented Software Engineering", P. Ciancarini and M. Wooldridge (eds.), Springer, 2001.
  30. C. Goldman, S. Kraus and O. Shehory Agent strategies: for sellers to satisfy purchase-orders, for buyers to
    select sellers
    .
    Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. , Y. Demazeau and F. Garijo (Eds.), pages . Springer, 2001.
  31. O. Shehory and A. Sturm Evaluation of modeling techniques for agent-based systems. Agents-01, pages 624-631, Montreal, Canada, May 2001.
  32. C. Goldman, S. Kraus and O. Shehory Equilibria strategies: for selecting sellers and satisfying buyers. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 2182, M. Klusch and F. Zambonelli (Eds.), pages 166-177. Springer, 2001.
    Best paper award winner:
  33. O. Shehory Optimality and risk in purchase from multiple auctions. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 2182, M. Klusch and F. Zambonelli (Eds.), pages 142-153. Springer, 2001.
  34. A. Sturm and O. Shehory Towards industrially applicable modeling technique for agent-based systems. In proceedings of AAMAS-2002, pages 39-40, Bologna, Italy, July 2002.
  35. O. Shehory, M. Goldstein, A Shulman, A. Sturm, B. Yurovitsky Bi-concurrent layered architecture for eCommerce agents. In proceedings of AAMAS-2002, pages 1035-1036, Bologna, Italy, July 2002.
  36. David Ben-Ami and O. Shehory Evaluation of distributed and centralized agent location mechanisms. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 2446, M. Klusch, S. Ossowski and O. Shehory (Eds.), pages 264-278. Springer, 2002.
  37. O. Shehory Optimal bidding in multiple concurrent auctions. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems, Vol. 11(3-4), pages 315-327, 2002.