Agent based Decision-Support for Managing the
Seattle, Washington, May 1, 1999
Submission and Attendance Requirements
The organizing committee requests submissions, either position papers
or reports on current research from everyone interested in
participating in the workshop. We are particularly interested in
papers on current work related to the topics listed in the call for
papers, but encourage submissions on topics outside of this list. We
also encourage submission of position papers that propose radical or
controversial views on how business to business e-commerce will evolve.
Paper acceptance will be based on originality and quality of the work,
clarity of writing and relevance to the general topic of the workshop.
A limited number of accepted papers will be selected for presentation
at the workshop. Each presentation will be 20 minutes followed by
time for questions and discussion.
- Paper Submission Deadline: February 15, 1999
- Position Paper Deadline: March 1, 1999
- Notification of Accepted Papers: March 15, 1999
- Accepted papers Due: March 29, 1999
- Papers available on the Web: April 15, 1999
- Agents'99 Conference: May 1-5, 1999
We intend to make the accepted papers and position statements
available on the workshop web site prior to the workshop. As a
consequence, electronic submissions are highly preferred.
The preferred format is 8.5x11 inch pages, using a 12 point font with
an average of 75 characters per line and 38 lines per page (this
corresponds to LaTex 12 point article style). Research reports should
be limited to 10 pages, including references, and position papers should
be limited to 5 pages, also including references. Papers should be
submitted in either PDF or postscript format.
Additional format information is available from the
Agents-99 web site.
Addresses for submissions
Via Regular Mail
Room 02-254, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center,
P.O. Box 218,
Yorktown Heights NY, USA
(For delivery by courier, just leave off the P.O. Box line.)