Declarative Agent Languages and Technologies (DALT'2010)

Toronto, Canada, May 2010



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Declarative Agent Languages and Technologies

May 2011 The postproceedings LNAI 6619 are available from Springer at Springer Online or SpringerLink !
July 2010 Instructions for LNCS post-proceedings released! Please check the "Postproceedings" section
4 April 2010 Programme and workshop proceedings released! Please check the "programme" section
1 April 2010 Invited talk confirmed: Prof. Dave S. Robertson will talk about "Coordination as Practical Logic Programming"
16 February 2010 Workshops schedule released, DALT'10 will be held on Monday May 10
31 January 2010 Paper submission deadline extended to 9 February 2010
3 January 2010: PC member list updated
28 October 2009: Web page for DALT'10 initialized!

 

The 8th International Workshop on Declarative Agent Languages and Technologies (DALT 2010) will be held as part of the workshop programme of the 10th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2010) at Toronto, Canada, in May 2010.

DALT is a well-established forum for researchers interested in sharing their experiences in combining declarative and formal approaches with engineering and technology aspects of agents and multiagent systems. Building complex agent systems calls for models and technologies that ensure predictability, allow for the verification of properties, and guarantee flexibility. Developing technologies that can satisfy these requirements still poses an important and difficult challenge. Here, declarative approaches have the potential of offering solutions satisfying the needs for both specifying and developing multiagent systems. Moreover, they are gaining more and more attention in important application areas such as the semantic web, service-oriented computing, security, and electronic contracting. For instance, some convergence points between the areas of formal methods for dealing with web services and formal methods for agents are emerging and gaining more and more attention.

Following the success of DALT 2003 in Melbourne, DALT 2004 in New York, DALT 2005 in Utrecht, DALT 2006 in Hakodate, DALT 2007 in Honolulu, DALT 2008 in Estoril, DALT 2009 in Budapest, DALT will again aim at providing a discussion forum to both (i) support the transfer of declarative paradigms and techniques to the broader community of agent researchers and practitioners, and (ii) to bring the issue of designing complex agent systems to the attention of researchers working on declarative languages and technologies.

The post-proceedings of DALT 2003 (LNAI 2990), DALT 2004 (LNAI 3476), DALT 2005 (LNAI 3904), DALT 2006 (LNAI 4327), DALT 2007 (LNAI 4897), DALT 2008 have been published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series.