By Marc Ponsen, Matthew E. Taylor, Karl Tuyls (auth.), Matthew E. Taylor, Karl Tuyls (eds.)
ThisbookpresentsselectedandrevisedpapersoftheSecondWorkshoponAd- tive and studying brokers 2009 (ALA-09), held on the AAMAS 2009 convention in Budapest, Hungary, may well 12. The goalof ALA is to supply an interdisciplinaryforum for scientists from a number of ?elds corresponding to desktop technological know-how, biology, video game conception and economics. This year’s variation of ALA was once the second one after the merger of the previous wo- retailers ALAMAS and ALAg. In 2008 this joint workshop was once geared up for the ?rst time below the ?ag of either occasions. ALAMAS used to be a every year returning european- pean workshop on adaptive and studying brokers and multi-agent platforms (held 8 times). ALAg used to be the foreign workshop on adaptive and studying brokers, which used to be frequently held at AAMAS. to extend the energy, visibility and caliber of the workshop it used to be determined to merge either workshops below the ?ag of ALA and to establish a steerage Committee as an organizational spine. This ebook includes six papers awarded throughout the workshop, that have been rigorously chosen after an extra overview around in the summertime of 2009. We consequently desire to explicitly thank the individuals of this system Committee for the standard and sincerity in their e?orts and repair. additionally we want to thank all of the individuals of the senior guidance Committee for making this workshop attainable and helping it with sound recommendation. We additionally thank the AAMAS convention for supplying us a platform for containing this occasion. ultimately we additionally desire to thank all authors who answered to our call-for-papers with fascinating contributions.
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