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The AAMAS-2005 Workshop on Teaching Multi-Agent Systems - TeachMAS (AAMAS-2005)

26th July 2005, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Description

Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) have reached a point where many people have become interested in being educated in MAS basics and specialities. So far, we find rather isolated attempts at providing help in teaching MAS. This workshop aims at bringing together researchers that are interested in the teaching aspect of the field to identify problems specific to teaching MAS and inform each other about innovative approaches to teaching MAS and MAS-specific tools that improve the learning experience of students.

The workshop included presentations covering:

  • Positive and negative experiences in teaching MAS:

- undergraduate level

- graduate level

- in continuing education

  • Problems specific to teaching MAS and possible solutions

  • The integration of theory and practice in teaching MAS

  • MAS-specific tools for teaching MAS

  • Innovative approaches to teaching and learning MAS

Workshop Proceedings

The workshop proceedings are available as a pdf file.

Organizing Committee

Maria Fasli

University of Essex

Department of Computer Science

Wivenhoe Park, Colchester CO4 3SQ, UK

Email: mfasli@essex.ac.uk

 

Joerg Denzinger

Department of Computer Science

University of Calgary

2500 University Drive NW

Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4

Email: denzinge@cpsc.ucalgary.ca

 

 

Harko Verhagen

Dept. of Computer and Systems Sciences

Stockholm University/Royal Institute of Technology

Forum 100, 16400 Kista, Sweden

Email: verhagen@dsv.su.se

 

 

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