Publications before COSSAC

Formal frameworks for the specification of dialogues using grammar systems and finite state automata

1. M. A. Grando, V. Mitrana, “ Possible Connection Between Two Theories: Grammar Systems and Concurrent Programming”, Fundamenta Informaticae, volume 76 number 3, IOS Press, Pp. 325-336 (2007).

2. G. Bel-Enguix, M. A. Grando, M. D. Jiménez-López, “An interaction protocol for agent communication”, Conference Software Agents and Services for business Research and E-sciences (SABRE 2007), Liepzig (Germany), Multi_Agent Systems and Applications V, LNCS, Springer Berling/ Heidelberg, volume 4696, Pp. 62-72 (2007).

3. M. A. Grando, C. Walton, “The MAPa Language of Agent Dialogues”, Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multi Agent Systems (AAMAS06), Hakodate, (Japan), Pp. 1375 – 1377 (2006).

4. G. Bel-Enguix, M. A. Grando, M. D. Jiménez-López, “Distributed Protocols and Distributed Grammars: Two Theories for Agent Communication”, AAMAS Workshop on Agent Communication (AC 2006) Hakodate (Japan) Pp. 35-49 (2006).

5. M. A. Grando, C. Walton, “MAPa: a Language for Modelling Conversations in Agent Environments”, Intelligent Information Processing and Web Mining Conference 2006 (IIPWM06), Ustron (Poland), Proceeding IIPWM06, Series Advances in Soft Computing Vol. 35, Springer Verlag (2006).

6. M. A. Grando, C. Walton, “Specifying Protocols for Knowledge Transfer and Action Restriction in Multiagent Systems”, 10th International Workshop on Cooperative Information Agents (CIA2006) Edinburgh (UK), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 4149, Springer-Verlag (2006).

7. G. Bel-Enguix, M. A. Grando, M. D. Jiménez-López, “A Grammatical Framework for Modelling Multi-agent Dialogues”, 9th Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA 2006 Guilin (China), Proceedings PRIMA 2006, Agent Computing and Multi-Agent Systems,, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4088, Springer, Pp. 10-21 (2006).

8. H. Dediu, M. A. Grando, “Eco-grammar systems as models for Parallel Evolutionary Algorithms”, SAGA-2005, 3rd. Symposium on Stochastic algorithms, foundations and applications, Moscow (Russia), Proceedings SAGA-2005, Stochastic Algorithms: Foundations and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3777 Springer, Pp. 228-238 (2005)

9. H. Dediu, M. A. Grando, “Simulating Evolutionary Algorithms with Eco-grammar Systems”, IWINAC-2005, 1st. International Work-Conference on the interplay between natural and artificial computation, Canarias islands (Spain), Second Part Proceedings IWINAC 2005, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3562 Springer , Pp.112-121 (2005).

10. M. A. Grando, V. Mitrana, “A possible connection between two theories: Grammar Systems and Concurrent Programming”, Grammar System Week 2004 Budapest (Hungria), Proceedings Grammar System Week, pp. 200-211 (2004).