A principled approach to fuzzy rule-based interpolation using similarity relations.
EUSFLAT-LFA 2005. Joint 4th EUSFLAT & 11th LFA Conference 7-9 September, 2005 - Barcelona, Spain. :757-763.
The coherence of Lukasiewicz assessments is NP-complete.
International Journal of Approximate reasoning. 51:294–304.
HIHEREI: Human Interaction within Hybrid Environments.
The Eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS'09). :1417–1418.
Connecting ABT with arc-consistency.
Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming. :387-401.
Collaborative Peer Assessment using PeerLearn.
Music Learning with Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). 6:145-174.
Distributed Forward Checking.
Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming. LNCS 2833:801-806.
Distributed Stable Marriage Problem.
Distributed Constraint Reasoning (DCR05) Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop Edinburgh, Scotland, 30 July, 2005. :135-147.
Distributed Stable Matching Problems.
Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming - CP 2005: 11th International Conference, CP 2005, Sitges, Spain, October 1-5, 2005. Proceedings. :152166.
Distributed stable marriage with ties and incomplete lists..
Workshop on Distributed Constraint Satisfaction, Riva di Garda, Italia, 28 agosto 2006. ECAI - 2006. :W24.
Asynchronous backtracking for non-binary disCSP.
Workshop on Distributed Constraint Satisfaction, Riva di Garda, Italia, 28 agosto 2006. ECAI-2006. :W24.
Distributed meeting scheduling.
Artificial Intelligence Research and Development. 163:38-45.
On the evaluation of DisCSP algorithms.
The Fifth International Workshop on Distributed Constraint Reasoning (DCR04) Toronto, Canada September 27, 2004 held in conjunction with Tenth International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2004). :142-151.
Privacy in distributed meeting scheduling.
Artificial Intelligence Research and Development. 184:118-127.
Improving DPOP with Function Filtering.
International Conference Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems AAMAS-10.
Evolving a Multiagent System or Landmark-based Robot Navigation.
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications. 100:87-98.
Reinforcement Learning for Landmark-based Robot Navigation.
First International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. Conference (AAMAS-2002) Bologna, Italy. 2:841-843.
A Multi-Agent Approach to Fuzzy Landmark-Based Navigation.
Journal of Multi-Valued Logic & Soft Computing. 9:195-220.