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Books :

1.   V.S. Subrahmanian, P. Bonatti, J. Dix, T. Eiter, S. Kraus, F. Ozcan and R. Ross. Heterogeneous Agent Systems: Theory and Implementation, MIT Press, Cambridge, USA, June, 2000.

2.S. Kraus. Strategic Negotiation in Multi-Agent Environments, MIT Press, Cambridge, USA, September, 2001.

3.F. Dignum, V. Dignum, S. Koenig, S. Kraus, M. P. Singh and M. Wooldridge (editors). 4th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2005), July 25-29, 2005, Utrecht, The Netherlands ACM 2005.

4.P. Paruchuri, J. P. Pearce, J. Marecki, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Keep the Adversary Guessing: Agent Security by Policy Randomization, VDM Verlag, USA June, 2008.

5.S. Fatima S. Kraus and M. Wooldridge. Principles of Automated Negotiation, Cambridge University Press,  2014.

 

 Journal Articles:

6.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Knowledge, Belief and Time, Theoretical Computer Science, 58:155-174, 1988.

7.S. Kraus, D. Lehmann and M. Magidor. Nonmonotonic Reasoning, Preferential Models and Cumulative Logics, Artificial Intelligence journal, 44:167–207, 1990.

8.D. Etherington, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Limited Scope and Circumscriptive Reasoning, International Journal of Expert Systems, special issue on the Frame problem, 3(3): 207-217,1990. (Also appeared in K. M. Ford and P. Hayes, editors, The Frame Problem in Artificial Intelligence, Advances in Human and Machine Cognition. JAI Press, Greenwhich, Connecticut, 1992.)

9.C. Baral, S. Kraus and J. Minker. Combining Multiple Knowledge Bases, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 3(2): 208-220, June 1991.

10.B. Thomas, A. Schwartz and Y. Shoham and S. Kraus. Preliminary Thoughts on an Agent Description Language, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, special volume of Temporal Issues in AI, 6(5):     497–508, August 1991.

11.S. Kraus, E. Ephrati and D. Lehmann. Negotiation in a Non-cooperative Environment, Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence journal, 3(4):255-282, 1991.

12.E. Etherington, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Nonmonotonicity and the Scope of Reasoning, Artificial Intelligence journal, 52(3): 221-262, December 1991.

13.S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld, M. Harris and E. Blake. The Hostage Crisis Simulation, Simulation and Gaming, 23(4):398-416, December 1992.

14.S. Kraus, D. Perlis and J. Horty. Reasoning about Ignorance: A Note on the Bush-Gorbachev Problem, Fundamenta Informaticae Journal, special issue on Logic for A.I.,15(3,4):325-332, December 1991 (invited paper).

15.C. Baral, S. Kraus, J. Minker and V.S. Subrahmanian. Combining Knowledge Bases Consisting of First Order Theories. Computational Intelligence 8(1):45-71, March 1992.

16.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. A Strategic Negotiations Model with Applications to an International Crisis. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 23(1):313-323 1993.

17.C. Baral, S. Kraus, J. Minker and V.S. Subrahmanian. Combining Default Theories, International Journal on Intelligent Cooperative Information Systems (IJICIS), 3(3):319-348, 1994.

18.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Designing and Building a Negotiating Automated Agent, Computational Intelligence, 11(1):132-171, 1995.

19.P. Bonatti, S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Foundations of Secure Deductive Databases, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 7(3):406-422, 1995.

20.S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Multiagent Reasoning with Probability, Time and Beliefs, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, 10(5):459–499, 1995.

21.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, K. Holley and M. Harris. GENIE: A Decision Support System for Crisis Negotiations, International Journal on Decision Support Systems, 14:369-391, 1995.

22.M. Nirkhe and S. Kraus. Formal Real-time Imagination, Fundamenta Informaticae, special issue on Context: theory and practice, 23(2,3,4):371–390, 1995.

23.S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld and G. Zlotkin. Multiagent Negotiation Under Time Constraints, Artificial Intelligence journal, 75(2):297–345, 1995.

24.S. Kraus. An Overview of Incentive Contracting. Artificial Intelligence journal, 83(2):297-346, 1996.

25.B. Grosz and S. Kraus. Collaborative Plans for Complex Group Action. Artificial Intelligence journal, 86(2):269-357, 1996.

26.T. Plotkin, B. Plotkin and S. Kraus. Algebraic Logic in Database State Description, Fundamental and Applied Mathematics, 3:875–910, 1996.

27.M. Nirkhe, S. Kraus, D. Perlis and M. Miller. How to (plan to) meet a deadline between Now and Then. Journal of Logic and Computation, 7(1):109-156, January 1997.

28.S. Kraus. Beliefs, Time and Incomplete Information in Multiple Encounter Negotiations Among Autonomous Agents. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 20(1-4):111-159, 1997.

29.S. Kraus. Negotiation and Cooperation in Multi-Agent Environments, Artificial Intelligence journal, Special Issue on Economic Principles of Multi-Agent Systems. 94(1-2):79-98, 1997.

30.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus and K. M. Holley. The Negotiation Training Model, Simulation and Gaming, 29(1):31-51, March 1998.

31.T. Plotkin, B. Plotkin and S. Kraus. Problem of Equivalence, Categoricity of Axioms and States Description in Databases, Studia Logica, 61:347-366, 1998.

32.S. Argamon-Engelson, S. Kraus and S. Sina. Utility-Based On-Line Exploration for Repeated Navigation in an Embedded Graph, Artificial Intelligence journal, 101(1-2):267-284, May 1998.

33.E. De-Medonsa, S. Kraus and Y. Shiftan, A Self Processing Network Model for Relational Databases,  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 29(4):198-225, April, 1999.

34.S. Kraus and T. Plotkin. Algorithms of distributed task allocation for cooperative agents. Theoretical Computer Science, 242(1-2):1-27, June, 2000.

35.T. E. Santmire, J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, K. M. Holley, T. E. Santmire and K. S. Gleditsch. The Impact of Cognitive Diversity on Crisis Negotiations, Political Psychology, 19(4):721-748, 1998.

36.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. Methods for Task Allocation via Agent Coalition Formation. Artificial Intelligence journal, 101(1-2):165-200, 1998.

37.S. Kraus, K. Sycara and A. Evenchik. Reaching agreements through argumentation: a logical model and implementation, Artificial Intelligence journal, 104(1-2):1-69, 1998.

38.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. Feasible Formation of Stable Coalitions among Autonomous Agents in Non-super-additive Environments, Computational Intelligence, 15(3):218–251, 1999.

39.M. Morreau and S. Kraus. Syntactical Treatments of Propositional Attitudes, Artificial Intelligence journal, 106: 161-177, 1998.

40.O. Shehory, S. Kraus and O. Yadgar. Emergent cooperative goal-satisfaction in large scale automated-agent systems, Artificial Intelligence journal, 110(1):1-55, 1999.

41.K. Arisha, S. Kraus, F. Ozcan, R. Ross and V.S. Subrahmanian. IMPACT: Interactive Maryland Platform for Agents Collaborating Together, IEEE Intelligent Systems, 14(2):64–72, 1999.

42.B. J. Grosz, L. Hunsberger and S. Kraus. Planning and Acting Together, AI Magazine, 20(4):23-34, 1999.

43.S. Argamon-Engelson, S. Kraus and S. Sina. Interleaved vs. Exploration for Repeated Navigation in a Partially-Known Graph, International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence journal, 13(7):963-986, 1999.

44.R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Negotiation On Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Journal, 5(2):123-172, 2002.

45.S. Kraus, J. S. Rosenschein and M. Fenster. Exploiting Focal Points Among Alternative Solutions: Two Approaches, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 28(1-4):187-258, 2000.

46.J. Grant, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. A logic for characterizing multiple bounded agents. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Journal, 3(4):351-387, 2000.

47.S. Kraus and O. Schechter. Strategic-negotiation for Sharing a Resource between Two Agents, Computational Intelligence, 19(1):9-41, 2003.

48.R. Ben-Yashar, S. Khuller and S. Kraus. Optimal Collective Dichotomous Choice Under Partial Order Constraints, Mathematical Social Sciences, 41:349–364, 2001.

49.J. Dix, S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Temporal Agent Programs, Artificial Intelligence journal, 127(1):87-135, 2001.

50.A. Felner, R. Korf and S. Kraus. KBFS: K-Best First Search, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence journal, 39:19-39, September 2003.

51.R. Ben-Yashar and S. Kraus. Optimal Collective Dichotomous Choice Under Quota Constraints, Economic Theory, 19(2):839-852, 2002.

52.P. Bonatti, S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Secure Agents, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence journal, 37(1-2):169-235, 2003.

53.M. Hadad, S. Kraus, Y. Gal and R. Lin. Time Reasoning for a Collaborative Planning Agent in a Dynamic Environment Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 37(4):331-380, 2003.

54.B. J. Grosz, S. Kraus., D. G. Sullivan and S. Das. The influence of social norms and social consciousness on intention reconciliation. Artificial Intelligence journal, 142(2):147-177, 2002.

55.R. Azoulay-Schwartz, S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. Exploitation vs. Exploration: Choosing a Supplier in an Environment of Incomplete Information, International Journal on Decision Support Systems and Electronic Commerce, 38(1):1-18, 2004.

56.C. Goldman and S. Kraus. The Value of Temptation, Electronic Commerce Research (4): 415-454, 2004.

57.C. Goldman, S. Kraus and O. Shehory. On experimental equilibria strategies for selecting sellers and satisfying buyers, International Journal on Decision Support Systems and Electronic Commerce 38(3):329-346, 2004.

58.R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Stable Strategies for Collaborative Behavior of Agents in Answering Queries, Artificial Intelligence journal 154(1-2):43-93, 2004.

59.R. Lin, S. Kraus and J. Tew. OSGS - A Personalized Online Store for E-commerce Environments, Information Retrieval journal, Vol. 7, Issues 3-4, pp. 369-394, 2004.

60.A. Felner, R. Stern, A. Ben-Yair, S. Kraus and N. Netanyahu. PHA*: Finding the Shortest Path with A* in an Unknown Physical Environment, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) 21:631-670, 2004.

61.J. Grant, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. A Logic-Based Model of Intention Formation and Action for Multi-Agent Subcontracting Artificial Intelligence Journal, 163(2):163-201, 2005.

62.E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Bidding in Sealed-bid and English Multi-Attribute auctions. Decision Support Systems, 42(2):527-556 , November 2006.

63.J. Dix, S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Heterogeneous Temporal Probabilistic Agents, ACM Transactions on Computational Logic 7(1): 151-198, 2006.

64.S. Kraus, P. Hoz-Weiss and J. Wilkenfeld, D. R. Andersen and A. Pate. Resolving crises through automated bilateral negotiations. Artificial Intelligence journal, 172(1):1-18, 2008.

65.E. David, A. Rogers, N. R. Jennings, J. Schiff, S. Kraus and M. H. Rothkopf. Optimal design of English auctions with discrete bid levels, ACM Trans on Internet Technology 7(2), 2007.

66.R. Katz, Y. Amichai-Hamburger, E. Manisterski and S. Kraus. Different Orientations of Males and Females in Computer-Mediated Negotiation. Computers in human behavior journal, 24(2):516-534, 2008. Year of Publication: 2008.

67.A. Rosenfeld, G. Kaminka, S. Kraus and O. Shehory. A Study of Mechanisms for Improving Robotic Group Performance, Artificial Intelligence journal, 172(6–7):633–655, 2008.

68.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Managing Parallel Inquiries in Agents’ Two-Sided Search Artificial Intelligence journal, 172(4-5):541-569, 2008.

69.S. Kraus, R. Parshani and Y. Shavitt. A Study on Gossiping in Transportation Networks, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 57(4):2602-2607, 2008.

70.R. Lin, S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld and J. Barry. Negotiating with Bounded Rational Agents in Environments with Incomplete Information Using an Automated Agent, Artificial Intelligence journal, 172(6-7):823-851, 2008.

71.E. Manisterski, D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Enhancing Cooperative Search with Concurrent Interactions, JAIR Volume 32, pages 1-36, 2008.

72.S. Kraus, R. Lin and Y. Shavitt. On Self-Interested Agents in Vehicular Networks with Car-to-Car Gossiping, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 57(6):3319 - 3332, 2008.

73.A. Rosenfeld, C. V. Goldman, G. A. Kaminka and S. Kraus. PHIRST: A Distributed Architecture for P2P Database Information Retrieval, Information Systems, 34:290-303, 2009.

74.A. Rosenfeld, S. Kraus and C. L. Ortiz, Jr. Measuring the Expected Gain of Communicating Constraint Information. Multiagent and Grid Systems – An International Journal, 5(4):427-449, December 2009

75.Y. Zhang, E. Manisterski, S. Kraus, V.S. Subrahmanian and D. Peleg. Computing the Fault Tolerant Capability of Multiagent Deployment, Artificial Intelligence journal, 173(3-4):437-465, 2009.

76.J. Pita, M. Jain, F. Ordonez, C. Portway, M. Tambe, C. Western, P. Paruchuri and S. Kraus. Using Game Theory for Los Angeles Airport Security James. AI Magazine 30(1):43-57 2009

77.P. Paruchuri, J. P. Pearce, J. Marecki, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Coordinating Randomized Policies for Increasing Security of Agent Systems, Information Technology and Management, 10(1) pp 67-79, 2009.

78.D. Sarne, E. Manisterski and S. Kraus. Multi-Goal Economic Search using Dynamic Search Structures, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Journal 21(2):204-236, 2010.

79.R. Lin and S. Kraus. Can Automated Agents Proficiently Negotiate With Humans?  Communications of the ACM Vol. 53 No. 1, Pages 78-88, January, 2010.

80.P. E. Dunne, S. Kraus, E. Manisterski and M. Wooldridge. Solving coalitional resource games. Artificial Intelligence journal, Volume 174, Issue 1, January 2010, Pages 20-50.

81.J. Grant, S. Kraus, D. Perlis and M. Wooldridge. Postulates for Revising BDI Structures, Synthese, 175:39-62, 2010.

82.M. Kalech, S. Kraus, G. A. Kaminka and C. V. Goldman. Practical Voting Rules with Partial Information, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent System, 2010 (accepted).

83.I. Zuckerman, S. Kraus and J. S. Rosenschein. Using Focal Points Learning to Improve Human-Machine Tactic Coordination, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent System, 22(2), 289-316, 2011.

84.J. Pita, M. Jain, F. Ordonez, M. Tambe and S. Kraus. Robust Solutions to Stackelberg Games: Addressing Bounded Rationality and Limited Observations in Human Preference Models, Artificial Intelligence journal, 174(15):1142 - 1171, 2010.

85.Y. Gal, B. Grosz, S. Kraus, A. Pfeffer and S. Shieber. A framework for Investigating Decision-Making in Open Mixed Networks, Artificial Intelligence journal, 174(18):1460-1480, December 2010.

86.Y. Gal, S. Kraus, M. Gelfand, H. Khashan and E. Salmon. Negotiating with People across Cultures using an Adaptive Agent, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, 3(1), 2012.

87.I. Vainer, G. Kaminka, S. Kraus and H. Slovin. Obtaining scalable and accurate classification in large-scale spatio-temporal domains, Knowledge Information Systems, 2011.

88.M. Chalamish and S. Kraus. AutoMed - An Automated Mediator for Multi-Issue Bilateral Negotiations, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent System, .

89.A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Modeling Agents Based on Aspiration Adaptation Theory. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS), 24:221–254, 2012.

90.R. Lin, Y. Gev and S. Kraus. Bridging the Gap: Face-to-Face Negotiations with Automated Mediator, IEEE Intelligent

91.N. Agmon, G. A. Kaminka and S. Kraus. Multi-Robot Adversarial Patrolling: Facing a Full-Knowledge Opponent,  Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), 42:887-916, 2011.

92.N. Hazon, Y. Aumann, S. Kraus and M. Wooldridge. On the Evaluation of Election Outcomes under Uncertainty, Artificial Intelligence Journal,

93., AI Magazine, 33(4) :46-58, 2012.

94., I. Zuckerman, A. Azaria, S. Kraus. Combining Psychological Models with Machine Learning to Better Predict People's Decisions, Synthese, Synthese, 189:81-93, 2012.

95.R. Adany, D. Aurbach, and S. Kraus, Switching Algorithms for Extending Battery Life in Electric Vehicles. Journal of Power Sources, , 2013.

96.R. Adany, Sarit Kraus and Fernando Ordonez. Allocation algorithms for personal TV advertisements, Multimedia Systems,

97.Baarslag, Tim, Fujita, Katsuhide, Gerding, Enrico H, Hindriks, Koen, Ito, Takayuki, Jennings, Nicholas R, Jonker, Catholijn, Kraus, Sarit, Lin, Raz, Robu, Valentin and Williams, Colin R. Evaluating Practical Negotiating Agents: Results and Analysis of the 2011 International Competition. Artificial Intelligence journal 198: 73-103,  2013.

98.M. Wooldridge, U. Endriss, S. Kraus, Sarit and J. Lang. Incentive engineering for Boolean games, Artificial Intelligence journal, 195:418-439, 2013.

99.Noam Hazon, Yonatan Aumann, Sarit Kraus, David Sarne, Physical search problems with probabilistic knowledge, Artificial Intelligence journal, Volume 196: 26-52, March 2013.

100.R. Lin, S. Kraus, T. Baarslag, D. Tykhonov, K. Hindriks and C. M. Jonker. Genius: An Integrated Environment for Supporting the Design of Generic Automated Negotiators, Computational Intelligence journal, 30(1):48-70,  2014.

101.J. Grant, S. Kraus, M. Wooldridge and I. Zuckerman. , Studia Logica journal 102(2):267-295, 2014.

102.Rina Azoulay, Ron Katz and Sarit Kraus. Efficient Bidding Strategies for Cliff-Edge Problems,  Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS), 28:290–336, (2014).

103.S. Reches, Y. Gal and S. Kraus. Efficiently Gathering Information in Costly Domains. Decision Support Systems, 55 (2013) 326–335.

104.M. Hadad, S. Kraus, I.  Ben-Arroyo Hartman, and  A Rosenfeld. Group planning with time constraints Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligenc,

105.Raz Lin, Ya'akov Gal, Sarit Kraus and Yaniv Mazliah. Training with Automated Agents Improves People’s Behavior in Negotiation and Coordination Tasks. Decision Support Systems, 60:1-9 (2014).

106.Salmon, E. D., Gelfand, M. J., Çelik, A. B., Kraus, S., Wilkenfeld, J., & Inman, M. (2013). Cultural contingencies of mediation: Effectiveness of mediator styles in intercultural disputes. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34(6), 887-909. doi: 10.1002/.1870.

107.P. Stone, N. Agmon, G. Kaminka, S. Kraus and J. Rosenchein. Teaching and Leading an Ad Hoc Teammate: Collaboration without Pre-Coordination, Artificial Intelligenc journal, 203: 35-65 (2013)

108. A. Rosenfeld, S. Sina and S. Kraus. Predicting and Identifying Missing Node Information in Social Networks Acm Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data, 8(3), June 2014.

109. Azaria, Y. Aumann and S. Kraus. Automated Agents for Reward Determination for Human Work in Crowdsourcing Applications, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent System 28(6): 934-955, 2014.  

110.A. Azaria, Z. Rabinovich, S. Kraus S and CV Goldman. Strategic Information Disclosure to People with Multiple Alternatives, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST) ACM Journal, 2014.

111. A. Richardson, S. Kraus, G. Kaminka. REEF: Resolving Length Bias in Frequent Sequence Mining Using Sampling, International Journal On Advances in Intelligent Systems, 7(1 and 2):208-222. (2014).

112. N. Peled, Ya'akov Gal, Sarit Kraus. A Study of Computational and Human Strategies in Revelation Games. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 29(1):73-97, 2015.

113. F. M. Delle Fave, A. X. Jiang, Z. Yin, C. Zhang, M. Tambe, S. Kraus, J.P. Sullivan. Game-theoretic Security Patrolling with Dynamic Execution Uncertainty and a Case Study on a Real Transit System Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 50:321-368, 2014.  

114. A. Azaria, A. Richardson, S. Kraus, and V. S. Subrahmanian. Behavioral Analysis of Insider Threat: A Survey and Bootstrapped Prediction in Imbalanced Data. IEEE Transactions on Comutational Social Systems, 2015.

115.A. Azaria, A. Rosenfeld, S. Kraus, C. V. Goldman and Omer Tsimhoni. Advice Provision for Energy Saving in Automobile Climate Control Systems, AI-Magazine (to appear)..

116. A. Azaria, Y. Gal, S. Kraus and C. V. Goldman. Strategic advice provision in repeated human-agent interactions, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2015 (published online).

117. A. Rosenfeld, I. Zuckerman, E. Segal-Halevi, O. Drein and S.  Kraus.  NegoChat-A: a chat-based negotiation agent with bounded rationality, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2015 (published online).


Chapters in Refereed Books :

118.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Knowledge Acquisition in Negotiation Game, in F. Geyer, editor, The Cybernetics of Complex Systems - Self- organization, Evolution, and Social Change, Intersystems Publications, California, 1991, pp 163–172.

119.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. Coalition Formation among Autonomous Agents: Strategies and Complexity, in C. Castelfranchi and J.P. Muller, editors, From Reactions to Cognition, Lectures Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 957, Springer Verlag Publishers, 1995, pp. 57-72.

120.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. Issues in the Development of Automated Negotiators in Multi-Agent Environments, in G. M. Olson, J.B. Smith and T.W. Malone, editors, Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

121.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. A Kernel-oriented model for autonomous-agent coalition-formation in general environments, in C. Zhang and D. Lukose, editors, Distributed Artificial Intelligence – Architecture and Modeling, Springer-Verlag, 1996, pp. 31-45.

122.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus and K. Holley. The Negotiation Training Model, in F. Watts and A. G. Carbonell, editors, Simulation Now: Learning through experience: The challenge of change, Diputació de Valéncia, Spain, 1997, pp. 255-264.

123.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus and K. Holley. The use of decision support systems in crisis negotiation, in A. Kent and J. G. Williams, editors, Encyclopedia of Microcomputers, Volume 22, Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 347–363, 1998.

124.B. J. Grosz and S. Kraus. The Evolution of SharedPlans, in M. Wooldridge and A. Rao, Foundations and Theories of Rational Agency, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 227–262, 1999.

125.R. Schwartz and S. Kraus. Bidding Mechanisms for Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, in M. P. Singh A. S. Rao and M. J. Wooldridge editors, Intelligent Agents IV: Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages, (LNAI Volume 1365) Springer-Verlag, pp. 61–75, 1998.

126.P. Bonatti, S. Kraus, J. Salinas and V.S. Subrahmanian. Data-Security in Heterogeneous Agent Systems, in M. Klusch editor, Cooperative Information Agents, Springer-Verlag, 1998, pp. 290–305.

127.M. Hadad and S. Kraus. Shared Plans in Electronic Commerce, in M. Klusch editor, Intelligent Information Agents, Springer Publisher, pp. 204-231, 1999.

128.O. Shehory, S. Kraus and O. Yadgar. Goal-satisfaction in large-scale agent-systems: a transportation   example, in A. Rao, M. Singh and M. Wooldridge (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Agents V, 1999, pp. 277-292.

129.D. G. Sullivan, A. Glass, B. J. Grosz and S. Kraus. Intention Reconciliation in the Context of Teamwork: an Initial Empirical Investigation, in M. Klusch, O. Shehory and G. Weiss, Cooperative Information Agents III, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 1652, Berlin et al.: Springer-Verlag, 1999 (July), pp. 138–151.

130.E. David and S. Kraus. Agents for Broadcasting Environment, in N. Jennings and Y. Lesperance (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Agents VI, pp. 91–105, 2000.

131.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, T. E. Santmire and C. K. Frain. “The Role of Mediation in Conflict Management: Conditions for Successful Resolution,” in Zeev Maoz et al. (eds.), Multiple Paths to Knowledge in International Relations, Lexington Books, 2004.

132.S. Kraus. Automated Negotiation and Decision Making in Multiagent Environment, in M. Luck, V. Marik, O. Stepankova and R. Trappl (Eds.), Multi-Agent Systems and Applications, pp. 150-172, 2001.

133.C. Goldman, S. Kraus and O. Shehory. Agent strategies: for sellers to satisfy purchase-orders, for buyers to select sellers, Proceedings of the Tenth European Workshop Modelling Autonomous Agents in a Multi-Agent World (MAAMAW01).

134.C. Goldman, S. Kraus and O. Shehory. Equilibria Strategies for Selecting Sellers and Satisfying Buyers. in M. Klusch editor, Cooperative Information Agents, Springer-Verlag, 2001.

135.M. Hadad and S. Kraus. A Mechanism for Temporal Reasoning by Collaborative Agents, in M. Klusch editor, Cooperative Information Agents, Springer-Verlag, pp. 229–234, 2001.

136.O. Yadgar, S. Kraus and O. Ortiz. Hierarchical information combination in large-scale multiagent resource management in Marc-Philippe Huget editor, Communication in MAS: background, current trends and future, Springer-Verlag, pp. 129-145, 2003.

137.M. Hadad and S. Kraus. Exchanging and Combining Temporal Information in a Cooperative Environment, Cooperative Information Agents, LNAI vol. 2446, pp. 279-286, 2002.

138.R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Acquiring an Optimal Amount of Information for Choosing from Alternatives, in M. Klusch, S. Ossowski and O. Shehory (Eds.), Cooperative Information Agents, LNAI vol. 2446, Springer-Verlag, pp. 123-137, 2002. (Best paper Award).

139.E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. An English Auction Protocol for Multi-Attributes Items, in J. Padget, D. Parkes, N. Sadeh O. Shehory and W. Walsh, (Eds.), Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce IV: Designing Mechanisms and Systems, LNAI vol. 2531, pp 52-68, 2002.

140.O. Yadgar, S. Kraus and C. Ortiz. Upscaling ANTS Challenge: Cooperative Large Scale Mobile Agent System, in V. Lesser, C. Ortiz and M. Tambe, Distributed Sensor Network, 2003.

141.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. The Search for Coalition Formation in Costly Environments, in J.G. Carbonell and J. Siekmann (eds.), Cooperative Information Agents VII, LNAI vol. 2782, Springer-Verlag, pp. 117-136, 2003.

142.D. Sarne, M. Hadad and S. Kraus. Auction Equilibrium Strategies for Task Allocation in Uncertain Environments, in S. Ossowski and V. Kashyap (eds.), Cooperative Information Agents VIII, LNAI Springer-Verlag, 2004.

143.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Agent’s Multiple Inquiries for Enhancing the Partnership Formation Process in S. Ossowski and V. Kashyap (eds.), Cooperative Information Agents VIII, LNAI Springer-Verlag, 2004.

144.V.S. Subrahmanian, S. Kraus and Y. Zhang. Distributed algorithms for dynamic survivability of multiagent systems, in J. Dix and J. Leite, editors, CLIMA IV - Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems, Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence. Springer-Verlag, pp. 1-15, 2004.

145.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Agents Strategies for the Dual Parallel Search in Partnership Formation Applications, in P. Faratin and J. A. Rodriguez-Aguilar Proc. of AMEC, LNAI Springer-Verlag, 2004.

146.J. Grant, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Formal Approaches to Teamwork. In We Will Show Them: Essays in Honour of Dov Gabbay, Vol 1. S. Artemov, H. Barringer, A. S. d’Avila Garcez, L. C. Lamb and J. Woods (eds.), College Publications, pp. 39-68, 2005.

147.A. Rogers, E. David, J. Schiff, S. Kraus and N.R. Jennings. Learning Environmental Parameters For The Design Of Optimal English Auctions With Discrete Bid Levels, Proc. of AMEC and TADA, LNAI, 2006.

148.O. Yadgar and S. Kraus. Coverage Density as a Dominant Property of Large-Scale Sensor Networks. in Cooperative Information Agents X, pp. 138-152, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2006.

149.P. Paruchuri, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Coordinating Randomized Policies for Increasing Security in Multiagent Systems. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence Hot Topic Volume, Springer Publications ’07.

150.R. Meshulam, S. Reches, A. Yarden and S. Kraus. MLBPR: MAS for Large-Scale Biometric Pattern Recognition" LNAI hot volume.

151.A. Rosenfeld, S. Kraus and C. Ortiz. Quantifying the Expected Utility of Information in Multi-Agent Scheduling Tasks CIA 2007, 104-118.

152.A. Rosenfeld, C. Goldman, G. Kaminka and S. Kraus. An Agent Architecture for Hybrid P2P Free-Text Search CIA 2007, 57-71 (Best paper Award).

153.R. Lin, S. Kraus, D. Tykhonov, K. Hindriks and C. M. Jonker. Supporting the Design of General Automated Negotiators. In Innovations in Agent-Based Complex Automated Negotiations. Edited by T. Ito, M. Zhang, V. Robu, S. Fatima, T. Matsuo, and H. Yamaki, Volume 319 of Studies in Computational Intelligence. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 69-87. 2011.

154.T. Baarslag, K. Hindriks, C. Jonker, S. Kraus and R. Lin. The First Automated Negotiating Agents Competition (ANAC 2010). In New Trends in Agent-based Complex Automated Negotiations. Edited by T. Ito, M. Zhang, V. Robu, S. Fatima and T. Matsuo, Volume 383 of Series on Studies of Computational Intelligence. Springer-Verlag. pp. 113-135. 2012.

155.R. Lin, Y. Oshrat and S. Kraus. Automated Agents that Proficiently Negotiate with People: Can We Keep People out of the Evaluation Loop?  In New Trends in Agent-based Complex Automated Negotiations. Edited by T. Ito, M. Zhang, V. Robu, S. Fatima and T. Matsuo, Volume 383 of Series on Studies of Computational Intelligence. Springer-Verlag. pp. 57-80. 2012.

Papers in Refereed Conferences :

156.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Decision procedures for Time and Chance, Proceedings of 24th I.E.E.E. Annual Symposium on the Foundations of Computer Science, Tucson, Arizona, November 1983. pp. 202-209.

157.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Diplomat, an agent in a multi-agent environment: An overview. In Proc. of the Seventh Annual IEEE Phoenix Conference on Computers and Communications, pp. 434–438, Arizona, 1988. (Extended abstract appears in the Proceedings of the Third Conf of IAAI, December 1986).

158.S. Kraus, E. Ephrati and D. Lehmann. Evaluation of suggestions during automated negotiations. In Proc. of the 11th Cognitive Science Conference, pp. 299–306, 1989.

159.S. Kraus, D. Lehmann and E. Ephrati. An automated Diplomacy player. In D. Levy and D. Beal, editors, Heuristic Programming in Artificial Intelligence: The 1st Computer Olympia, pp. 134–153. Ellis Horwood Limited, 1989.

160.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Using interacting goal-processes for automated negotiation. In Proc. of the 4th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, pp. 209–219, 1989.

161.S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Assessing others’ knowledge and ignorance. In Proc. of the 4th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, pp. 220–225, 1989.

162.D. Etherington, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Nonmonotonicity and the scope of reasoning: preliminary report. In Proceedings of AAAI-90, pp. 600 – 607, Boston, 1990.

163.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. A strategic negotiations model with applications to an international crisis: preliminary report. Proc. of the AI Track of the Seventh Israeli Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Elsevier Science Publishers, Tel-Aviv, December 1990.

164.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. The function of time in cooperative negotiations. Proc. of the Tenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 179–184, AAAI, Anaheim, California, July 1991.

165.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. Negotiations Over Time in a Multi Agent Environment: Preliminary Report. Proc. of the 12th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 56–61, Sydney, Australia, August 1991.

166.M. Harris, S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld and E. Blake. A Decision Support System for Generalized Negotiation. Proc. of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 382–387, Chicago, Illinois, August 1991.

167.C. Baral, S. Kraus, J. Minker and S. Subrahmanian. Combining Knowledge Bases Consisting of First Order Theories. Proc. of the Sixth International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, North Carolina, October, 1991.

168.M. Nirkhe, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Fully deadline-coupled planning: One step at a time. Proc. of the Sixth International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, North Carolina, October, 1991.

169.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. Negotiations Over Time in a Multi Agent Environment, Proc. of the AI Track of the Eighth Israeli Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Tel-Aviv, December 1991.

170.P. Bonatti, S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Declarative Foundations of Secure Deductive Databases. Proc. of 4th International Conference on Database Theory, (ICDT), Germany, 1992, pp 391-406.

171.S. Kraus and G. Zlotkin. Resource Allocation among Agents with Incomplete Information: An On-line Negotiation Approach, Proc. of the AI Track of the Ninth Israeli Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 201–215, Tel-Aviv, December 1992 .

172.M. Nirkhe, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Situated Reasoning Within Tight Deadlines and Realistic Space and Computation Bounds. Proceedings of the Second Symposium On Logical Formalizations Of Commonsense Reasoning, January 1993.

173.N. Nirkhe, D. Perlis and S. Kraus. Reasoning About Change in a Changing World, FLAIRS-93.

174.B. Grosz and S. Kraus. Collaborative Plans for Group Activities, Proceedings of IJCAI93, France pp 367-373. (Extended version appear in the proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on DAI-93.)

175.S. Kraus. Agents Contracting Tasks in Non-Collaborative Environments. Proceedings of AAAI93, pp 243–248, Washington, USA.

176.S. Kraus. Interaction and Collaboration in Multi-agent Systems, Proceedings of ECAI-94, pp. 823–825, Amsterdam, August, 1994 (invited address.)

177.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. Task Allocation via Coalition Formation Among Autonomous Agents, Proc. of IJCAI95, pp. 655–661, August, Montreal, Canada, 1995.

178.M. Fenster, S. Kraus and J. Rosenschein. Coordination without Communication: Experimental Validation of Focal Point Techniques, First International Conference on Multiagent Systems, pp 102–108, June 1995, California, USA.

179.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. A Kernel-Oriented Model for Coalition-Formation in General Environments: Implementation and Results Proc. of AAAI96, August, 1996, pp. 134-140.

180.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. Cooperative goal-satisfaction without communication in large-scale agent-systems, Agent-systems, Proceedings of ECAI-96, August, 1996, pp. 544–548.

181.O. Shehory and S. Kraus. Formation of overlapping coalitions for precedence-ordered task-execution among autonomous agents, Proc. of the Second International Conference on Multiagent Systems, 1996, pp. 330-337.

182.R. Schwartz and S. Kraus. Negotiation On Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, Proc. of AAAI-97, pp. 29-35, July 1997.

183.S. Kraus. Strategic Negotiation and Cooperation Among Autonomous Agents, Proceedings of SCAI-97, pp. 8–13, Helsinki, August, 1997 (invited address.)

184.R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Assessing Usage Patterns to Improve Data Allocation via Auctions, Proc. of ICMAS-2000, pp. 47–54, Boston, July 2000,

185.D. G. Sullivan, B. J. Grosz and S. Kraus. Intention Reconciliation by Collaborative Agents, Proc. of ICMAS-2000, pp. 293–300, Boston, July 2000.

186.A. Freitsis and S. Kraus. Market-mechanisms to reduce pollution, Proc. of AGENTS-01, Montreal,pp. 141-142, May 2001.

187.R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Stable Strategies for Sharing Information among Agents, Proc. of IJCAI-2001, Seatle, August 2001, pp. 1128-1134.

188.A. Felner, S. Kraus and R. Stern. Finding Optimal Path in Unknown Physical Environment. Proc. of AAMAS-2002, pp. 240-247.

189.E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Protocols and Strategies for Automated Multi Attributes Auctions, Proc. of AAMAS-2002, pp. 77-85, July, 2002.

190.P. Hoz-Weiss, S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld and T. E. Santmire. An Automated Negotiator for an International Crisis. Proc. of AAAI-2002, Intelligent Systems Demos.

191.J. Dix, S. Kraus and V.S. Subrahmanian. Agents dealing with Time and Uncertainty. Proc. of AAMAS-2002 pp. 912-919.

192.G. Grant, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. A Logic-Based Model of Intentions for Multi-Agent Subcontracting. Proc. of AAAI-2002, pp. 320-325, Canada, July, 2002.

193.R. Lin, S. Kraus and J. Tew. Attaining Fast and Successful Searches in E-Commerce Environments, Proc. of ECIR pp 120-134, 2003.

194.E. David, R. Azulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus. Bidders' strategy for Multi-Attribute sequential English auction with a deadline. Proc. of AAMAS-2003.

195.S. Kraus, O. Shehory and G. Tasse. Coalition Formation with Uncertain Heterogeneous Information. Proc. of AAMAS-2003, 1–8, 2003.

196.S. Kraus, V.S. Subrahmanian and N. Cihan Tacs. Probabilistically Survivable MASs, IJCAI-2003.

197.O. Yadgar, C. Ortiz, S. Kraus and E. Sharabi. Cooperative large scale mobile agent systems. Proc. of the Second Annual Symposium on Autonomous Intelligent Networks and Systems Menlo Park, CA, USA, 2003.

198.S. Kraus, O. Shehory and Gilad Taase. The Advantages of Compromising in Coalition Formation with Incomplete Information, Proc. of AAMAS-2004 pp. 588-595, 2004.

199.P. Paruchuri, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Towards a formalization of teamwork with resource constraints Proc. of AAMAS-2004 pp. 596-603 2004.

200.B. Grosz, S. Kraus, S. Talman, B. Stossel and M. Havlin. The Influence of Social Dependencies on Decision-Making: Initial Investigations with a New Game. Proc. of AAMAS-2004 pp. 780-787, 2004.

201.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Time-Variant Distributed Agent Matching Applications. Proc. of AAMAS-2004 pp. 168-175.

202.A. Rosenfeld, G. Kaminka and S. Kraus. Adaptive robot coordination, Proc. of ECAI 2004, pp. 910-916.

203.E. David, A. Rogers, J. Schiff, S. Kraus and N. Jenings. Optimal Design of English Auctions with Discrete bid Levels, Proc. of ACM EC 2005.

204.R. Meshulam, A. Felner and S. Kraus. Utility-Based Multi-Agent System for Performing Repeated Navigation Tasks, Proc. of AAMAS 2005.

205.S. Talman, Y. Gal, S. Kraus and M. Hadad. Adapting to Agents’ Personalities in Negotiation, Proc. of AAMAS 2005.

206.R. Toester, S. Talman and S. Kraus. Choosing between heuristics and strategies - an enhanced model, Proc. of IJCAI 2005.

207.Y. Zhang, E. Manisterski, S. Kraus and V.S.Subrahmanian. Approximation results for probabilistic survivability, Proc. of the Second IEEE Symposium on Multi-Agent Security and Survivability, Philadelphia, USA 2005.

208.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Cooperative exploration in the electronic marketplace, In Proceedings of AAAI-2005, 2005, pp. 158-163.

209.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Solving the auction-based task allocation problem in an open In Proceedings of AAAI-2005, 2005.

210.M. Hadad, G. Kaminka, G. Armon and S. Kraus. Supporting Collaborative Activity, In Proceedings of AAAI-2005, 2005.

211.E. Manisterski, E. David, S. Kraus and N. Jennings. Forming Efficient Agent Groups for Completing Complex Tasks, Proceeding of AAMAS 06, Japan, 834-841.

212.P. Paruchuri, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Security in multiagent systems by policy randomization, Proceeding of AAMAS 06, Japan, pp. 273-280.

213.R. Katz and S. Kraus. Efficient agents for Cliff Edge environments with a large set of decision options, Proceeding of AAMAS 06, Japan, pp. 697-704.

214.E. Manisterski, D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Integrating Parallel Interactions into Cooperative Search, Proceeding of AAMAS 06, Japan pp. 257-264.

215.R. Lin, D. Dor-Shiffer, S. Kraus and D. Sarne. Local Negotiation in Cellular Networks: From Theory to Practice, Eighteenth Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-06), Boston, July 2006.

216.R. Katz and S. Kraus. Modeling human decision making in Cliff-Edge environments, Proc. of AAAI 2006.

217.R. Lin, S. Kraus, J. Wilkenfeld and J. Barry. An Automated Agent for Bilateral Negotiation with Bounded Rational Agents with Incomplete Information Proc. of ECAI 2006.

218.R. Katz and S. Kraus. Efficient Bidding Strategies for Simultaneous Cliff-Edge Environments, IAT 2006, pp. 291-297.

219.E. Manisterski, D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Enhancing MAS Cooperative Search Through Coalition Partitioning Proc. of IJCAI 2007 pp. 1415-1421.

220.E. Manisterski, R. Katz and S. Kraus. Providing a recommended trading agent to a population: a novel approach, IJCAI 2007 pp. 1408-1414.

221.I. Zuckerman, S. Kraus and J. S. Rosenschein. Using Focal Point Learning to Improve Tactic Coordination in Human-Machine Interactions, Proc. of IJCAI 2007 pp. 1563-1568.

222.P. Paruchuri, J. Pearce, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. An Efficient Heuristic Approach for Security Against Multiple Adversaries. Proceeding of AAMAS 2007, USA.

223.R. Lin, S. Kraus and Y. Shavitt. On the Benefits of Cheating by Self-Interested Agents in Vehicular Networks. Proceeding of AAMAS 2007, USA.

224.I. Zuckerman, S. Kraus, J. Rosenschein and G. Kaminka. An Adversarial Environment Model for Bounded Rational Agents in Zero-Sum Interactions. Proceeding of AAMAS 07, USA.

225.D. Sarne, S. Kraus and T. Ito. Scaling-up Shopbots - a Dynamic Allocation-Based Approach. Proceeding of AAMAS 2007, USA.

226.R. Katz and S. Kraus. Gender-Sensitive Automated Negotiators, AAAI 2007, pp. 821-826.

227.R. Lin, S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. GPNeg: General Purpose Negotiation Training Tool, Proc. of ICCC.

228.T.-C. Au, S. Kraus and D. Nau. Symbolic Noise Detection in the Noisy Iterated Chicken Game and the Noisy Iterated Battle of the Sexes. Proc. of ICCC.

229.N. Hazon, Y. Aumann, S. Kraus and M. Wooldridge. Evaluation of Election Outcomes Under Uncertainty. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

230.P. E. Dunne, S. Kraus, W. van der Hoek and M. Wooldridge. Cooperative Boolean Games. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

231.P. Paruchuri, J. Pearce, J. Marecki, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Playing Games for Security: An Efficient Exact Algorithm for Solving Bayesian Stackelberg Games. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

232.J. Pita, M. Jain, J. Maerecki, F. Ordonez, C. Portway, M. Tambe, C. Western, P. Paruchuri and S. Kraus. Deployed ARMOR Protection: The Application of a Game Theoretic Model for Security at the Los Angeles International Airport. Proc. of AAMAS 2008 Industrial Track, Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

233.S. Reches, P. Hendrix, B. J. Grosz and S. Kraus. Efficiently Determining the Appropriate Mix of Personal Interaction and Reputation Information in Partner Choice. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

234.M. Chalamish, D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Programming Agents as a Means of Capturing Self-Strategy. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

235.T.-C. Au, D. Nau and S. Kraus. Synthesis of Strategies from Interaction Traces. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

236.N. Agmon, V. Sadov, S. Kraus and G. Kaminka. The Impact of Adversarial Knowledge on Adversarial Planning in Perimeter Patrol. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008.

237.N. Agmon, S. Kraus and G. A. Kaminka. Multi-Robot Perimeter Patrol in Adversarial Settings. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 08), May 2008.

238.Y. Aumann, N. Hazon, D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Physical search problems applying economic search models. In Proc. of AAAI 2008.

239.P. Paruchuri, J. P. Pearce, J. Marecki, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Efficient Algorithms to Solve Bayesian Stackelberg Games for Security Applications. Proc. of AAAI, Nectar Papers Track, 2008.

240.A. Richardson, S. Kraus, P. L. Weiss and S. Rosenblum. COACH - Cumulative Online Algorithm for Classification of Handwriting Deficiencies. IAAI 2008: 1725-1730

241.J. Pita, M. Jain, F. Ordonez, C. Portway, M. Tambe, C. Western, P. Paruchuri and S. Kraus. ARMOR Security for Los Angeles International Airport, Proc. of AAAI, Intelligent Systems Demonstration, 2008.

242.N. Agmon, G. A. Kaminka and S. Kraus. Multi-Robot Fence Patrol in Adversarial Domains Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems, 2008.

243.P. Paruchuri, J. P. Pearce, J. Marecki, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Efficient Algorithms to Solve Bayesian Stackelberg Games for Security Applications, Proc. of AAAI 2008, Nectar track.

244.J. Pita, M. Jain, F. Ordonez, M. Tambe, S. Kraus and R. Magori-Cohen. Effective Solutions for Real-World Stackelberg Games: When Agents Must Deal with Human Uncertainties, Proc of AAMAS 2009.

245.Y. Oshrat, R. Lin and S. Kraus. Facing the Challenge of Human-Agent Negotiations via Effective General Opponent Modeling, Proc of AAMAS 2009.

246.R. Lin, Y. Oshrat and S. Kraus. Investigating the Benefits of Automated Negotiations in Enhancing Negotiation Skills of People, Proc of AAMAS 2009.

247.T. Shrot, Y. Aumann and S. Kraus. Easy and Hard Coalition Formation Problems - Parameterized Complexity Analysis. Proc of AAMAS 2009.

248.N. Agmon, S. Kraus, G. A. Kaminka and V. Sadov. Adversarial Uncertainty in Multi-Robot Patrol, Proc of IJCAI 2009.

249.N. Hazon, Y. Aumann and S. Kraus. Collaborative Multi Agent Physical Search with Probabilistic Knowledge, Proc. of IJCAI09.

250.A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Modeling Agents through Bounded Rationality Theories. Proc. of IJCAI 2009.

251.I. Zuckerman, A. Felner and S. Kraus. Mixing Search Strategies for Multi-Player Games, Proc. of IJCAI 2009.

252.T. Shrot, A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Leveraging Users for Eficient Interruption Management in Agent-User Systems. Proc. of IAT 2009.

253.I. Vainer, S. Kraus, G. A. Kaminka and H. Slovin. Scalable Classification in Large Scale Spatiotemporal Domains Applied to Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM 2009), 2009.

254.M. Chalamish and S. Kraus. AutoMed - An Automated Mediator for Multi-Issue Bilateral Negotiations. Proc. of the Third International Conference on Computational Cultural Dynamics, 2009.

255.P. Stone and S. Kraus. Teach or not to Teach?  Decision Making Under Uncertainty in Ad Hoc Team. Proc. of AAMAS 2010.

256.G. Simari, J. Dickerson, V.S. Subrahmanian and S. Kraus. A Graph-Theoretic Approach to Protect Static and Moving Targets from Adversaries. Proc. of AAMAS 2010.

257.T. Shrot, Y. Aumann and S. Kraus. On agent types in Coalition formation problems, Proc. of AAMAS 2010.

258.G. A. Kaminka, D. Erusalimchik and S. Kraus. Adaptive Multi-Robot Coordination: A Game-Theoretic Perspective, Proc. of ICRA 2010.

259.J. Grant, S. Kraus and M. Wooldridge. Intentions in Equilibrium, Proc. of AAAI 2010.

260.R. Lin, S. Kraus, Y. Oshrat and K. Gal. Facilitating the Evaluation of Automated Negotiators using Peer Designed Agents, Proc. of AAAI 2010.

261.P. Stone, G. Kaminka, S. Kraus and J. Rosenschein. Collaboration without Pre-Coordination, Proc of AAAI-10 (Special Track on Challenges in AI).

262.N. Peled, Y. Gal and S. Kraus. A Study of Computational and Human Strategies in Revelation Games, Ninth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2011.

263.U. Endriss, S. Kraus, J. Lang and M. Wooldridge. Designing Incentives for Boolean Games, Proc. of Ninth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2011.

264.A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Using Aspiration Adaptation Theory to Improve Learning, Proc. of Ninth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2011.

265.S. Barrett, P. Stone and S. Kraus. Empirical Evaluation of Ad Hoc Teamwork in the Pursuit Domain, Proc. of Ninth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2011.

266.R. Eyal, A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Identifying Missing Node Information in Social Networks, Proc. of AAAI 2011.

267.A. Azaria, Z. Rabinovich, S. Kraus and C. Goldman. Strategic Information Disclosure to People with Multiple Alternatives, Proc. of AAAI 2011.

268.R. Lin, S. Kraus, N. Agmon, S. Barrett and P. Stone. Comparing Agents’ Success against People in Security Domains, Proc. of AAAI 2011.

269.J. Grant, S. Kraus, M. Wooldridge and I. Zuckerman. Manipulating Boolean Games Through Communication. Proc. of IJCAI 2011.

270.R. Eyal, S. Kraus and A. Rosenfeld. Identifying Missing Node Information in Social Networks. Proc of AAAI, 2011.

271.R. Lin, S. Kraus, N. Agmon, S. Barrett and P. Stone. Comparing Agents’ Success against People in Security Domains. Proc of AAAI, 2011.

272.G. Haim, Y. Gal, S. Kraus and M. Gelfand. A Cultural Sensitive Agent for Human-Computer Negotiation. Proc. of AAMAS 2012.

273.A. Azaria, Z.Rabinovich, S. Kraus, C. Goldman and O. Tsimhoni. Giving Advice to People in Path Selection Problems, Proc. of AAMAS 2012.

274.A. Rosenfeld, Z. Bareket, C. V. Goldman, S. Kraus, D. J. LeBlanc and O. Tsimhoni. Learning Driver’s Behavior to Improve the Acceptance of Adaptive Cruise Control,  Proc. of IAAI 2012.

275.A. Azaria, Y. Aumann and S. Kraus. Automated Strategies for Determining Rewards for Human Work, Proc. of AAAI 2012. (Also presented at HAIDM Workshop).

276.A. Azaria, Z. Rabinovich, S. Kraus, C.V. Goldman and Y. Gal. Strategic Advice Provision in Repeated Human-Agent Interactions, Proc. of AAAI 2012. (Also presented at HAIDM Workshop).

277.A. Frieder, R. Lin and S. Kraus. Agent-human Coordination with Communication Costs under Uncertainty,  Proc of AAAI 2012. (Also presented at HAIDM Workshop).

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279.Guiding User Choice During Discussion by Silence, Examples and Justifications,

280. M.  Wooldridge and S. Kraus. Delegating Decisions in Strategic Settings Authors,

281. Chanhyun Kang, Cristian Molinaro, Sarit Kraus, Yuval Shavitt, V. S. Subrahmanian: Diffusion Centrality in Social Networks. ASONAM 2012: 558-564

282.A. Xin Jiang, Z. Yin, Chao Zhang, Milind Tambe, Sarit Kraus. Game-theoretic Randomization for Security Patrolling with Dynamic Execution Uncertainty, Proc. Of AAMAS 2013.

283.Proc. Of AAAI 2013

284.S. Barrett, P. Stone, S. Kraus and A. Rosenfeld. Teamwork with Limited Knowledge of Teammates, Proc. of AAAI 2013.

285.M. Bitan, Y. Gal, S. Kraus,  E. Dokow and A. Azaria. Social Rankings in Human-Computer Committees, Proc. of AAAI 2013.

286. N. Peled, Y. Gal and S. Kraus. An Agent Design for Repeated Negotiation and Information Revelation with People, Proc. of AAAI 2013.

287. N. Hazon, R.. Lin and S. Kraus. How to Change a Group’s Collective Decision? Proc. Of IJCAI 2013.

288. N. Peled, M. Bitan, Y. Keshet and S. Kraus. Predicting Human Strategic Decisions Using Facial Expressions, Proc. Of IJCAI 2013.

289.S. Sina, A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Solving the Missing Node Problem using Structure and Attribute Information, The 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining  ASONAM 2013.

290. A. Azaria, A. Hassidim, S. Kraus, A. Eshkol O. Weintraub and Iirit Netanely, Movie Recommender System for Profit Maximization, RecSys 2013.

291.A. Azaria,  A. Richardson and S. Kraus.  An Agent for the Prospect Presentation Problem, AAMAS 2014.

292. A. Rosenfeld, I. Zuckerman, E. Segal-Halevi, O. Drein and S.  Kraus. NegoChat: A Chat-Based Negotiation Agent. AAMAS 2014.

293. E. Sless, N. Agmon and S. Kraus. Multi-Robot Adversarial Patrolling: Facing Coordinated Attacks, AAMAS 2014.

294. L. Sless, N. Hazon and S. Kraus and M. Wooldridge. Forming coalitions and facilitating relationships for completing tasks in social networks, AAMAS 2014.

295. Y. Gal, A. Rosenfeld, S. Kraus, M. Gelfand, B. An and J. Lin. New Paradigm for the Study of Corruption in Different Cultures, Proc. Of 2014 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction (SBP14), 2014.

296. T. Shrot, A. Rosenfeld, j. Golbeck and S. Kraus. CRISP - An Interruption Management Algorithm based on Collaborative Filtering. The ACM CHI Conference,  2014.

297. A. Azaria,  S. Kraus, C. Goldman and O. Tsimhoni. Advice Provision for Energy Saving in Automobile Climate Control Systems, Proc. Of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-14).

298. C. Buntain,  A. Azaria and  and S. Kraus. Leveraging Fee-Based, Imperfect Advisors in Human-Agent Games of Trust, AAAI 2014.

299. S. Sina, A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Using the Crowd to Generate Content for Scenario-Based Serious-Games, AAAI 2014.

300. S. Barrett, N. Agmon, N. Hazon, P. Stone and S. Kraus. Communicating with Unknown Teammates, ECAI 2014.

301. G. Haim, Y. Gal, S. Kraus and B. An. Equilibrium Strategies for Human-Computer Negotiation. ECAI 2014.

302. A. Azaria,  A. Richardson and S. Kraus. An Agent for Deception Detection in Discussion Based Environments. The 18th ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, 2015.

303. Ariel Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Providing Arguments in Discussions Based on the Prediction of Human Argumentative Behavior. AAAI 2015.

304. S. Sina, A. Rosenfeld, S. Kraus. and N. Akiva.  A Hybrid Approach of Classifier and Clustering for Solving the Missing Node Problem. AAAI 2015.

305.S. Kraus. Intelligent Agents for Rehabilitation and Care of Disabled and Chronic Patients, AAAI 2015 (“Blue Sky" category of the Senior Member Presentation Track).

306. A. Rosenfeld, A. Azaria,  S. Kraus, C. Goldman and O. Tsimhoni. Adaptive Advice in Automobile Climate Control Systems, AAMAS 2015.

307. S. Sina, N. Hazon, A. Hassidim and S. Kraus. Adapting the Social Network to Affect Elections, AAMAS 2015.

 

Papers in Refereed Workshops, Posters and Short papers :

308. D. Lehmann and S. Kraus. Non monotonic logics: models and proofs, Extended Abstract, European Workshop on Logical Methods in Artificial Intelligence, Roscoff (France), 1988.

309. S. Kraus, M. Nirkhe and D. Perlis. Planning and Acting in Deadline Situations. In AAAI-90 Workshop on Planning in Complex Domains, Boston, 1990.

310. S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. An automated strategic model of negotiation: extended abstract. In AAAI-90 Workshop on Reasoning in Adversarial Domains, Boston, 1990.

311. S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. The function of time in cooperative negotiations. 10th International Workshop on DAI, Texas, October 1990.

312. C. Baral, S. Kraus and J. Minker. Communicating between multiple knowledge-based systems with different languages. In Working Conference on Cooperating Knowledge Based Systems, pp. 121–124, England, October 1990.

313.S. Kraus, M. Nirkhe and D. Perlis. Toward fully deadline-coupled planning. Proc. 1990 DARPA Workshop on Innovative Approaches to Planning, Scheduling, and Control, Texas November, 1990 .

314.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. Multi Agent Time Negotiations. Proc. of the AAAI-91 Workshop on Cooperation among Heterogeneous Intelligent Systems, Anaheim, California, July 1991.

315.S. Kraus and J. S. Rosenschein. The Role of Representation in Interaction: Discovering Focal Points among Alternative Solutions, Decentralized Artificial Intelligence, Volume 3, Elsevier Science Publishers, 1992 (invited address.)

316.S. Kraus, M. Nirkhe and K. Sycara. Reaching agreements through argumentation: a logical model, Proceedings of the 12th International workshop on Distributed Artificial Intelligence, pp 233-248, Pittsburgh, USA. (Also was presented in AAAI-93 workshop on AI theories of Groups and Organizations: Conceptual and Empirical Research.)

317.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. The Updating of Beliefs in Negotiations Under Time Constraints with Uncertainty. Proceedings of the IJCAI-93 Workshop on Artificial Economics, 1993 - Chambry, France, pp 57-68. (Also presented in BISFAI-93)

318.J. Elgot-Drapkin, D. Gordon, S. Kraus, M. Miller, M. Nirkhe and D. Perlis. Calibrating, Counting, Grounding, Grouping. Proc. of 1994 AAAI Fall Symposium on Control of the Physical World by Intelligent Agents, New Orleans, Nov 4-6, 1994.

319.M. Nirkhe, S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Thinking takes time: A modal active-logic for reasoning in time, BISFAI-95, 1995.

320.R. Schwartz and S. Kraus. Bidding Mechanisms for Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, Proc. of ATAL-97, pp. 55–70, 1997.

321.O. Shehory, S. Kraus and O. Yadgar. Goal Satisfaction in large scale agent-systems: A transportation example. Proc. of ATAL-98, 1998.

322.A. Felner, R. Korf and S. Kraus. KBFS K-Best First Search BISFAI-99, 1999.

323.E. David and S. Kraus. Agents for Information Broadcasting. BISFAI-99, 1999.

324.C.V. Goldman, S. Kraus and O. Shehory. Agent strategies: for sellers to satisfy purchase orders, for buyers to select sellers, MAAMAW 2001.

325.M. Halamish and S. Kraus. Learning Users Interests for Providing Relevant Information, Proc. of ABIS, pp. 59-66, Hanover, Germany, 2002.

326.S. Kraus, A. Kroner and L. Tsaban. IMAP - Intelligent Multimedia Authoring Tools for Electronic Publishing. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems AH 2002, pp 527-530, Malaga, Spain, May 2002.

327.O. Yadgar, S. Kraus and C. L. Ortiz Jr.: Hierarchical organizations for real-time large-scale task and team environments. Proc. of AAMAS 2002: 1147-1148 (poster).

328.M. Hadad and S. Kraus. Combining temporal information by collaborative planning agents. In AAAI-02 Workshop on Planning with and for Multiagent Systems, 2002.

329.A. Rosenfeld, G. A. Kaminka and S. Kraus. A Study of Marginal Performance Properties in Robotic Teams. In Proceedings of AAMAS-04 Workshop on Coalition and Teams: Formation and Activity, July 2004.

330.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. The Dual Multi-Thread Two-Sided Search, Proc. of AMEC VI, 2004.

331.A. Rosenfeld, G. A. Kaminka and S. Kraus. Adaptive Robot Coordination using Interference Metrics. In Proceedings of AAMAS-04 Workshop on Learning and Evolution in Agent Based Systems.

332.A. Rosenfeld, G. A. Kaminka and S. Kraus. A Study of Marginal Performance Properties in Robotic Teams. In Proceedings of AAMAS-04 (Poster) pp. 1534-1535, 2004.

333.D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Cooperative Exploration in the Electronic Marketplace, Proc. of AAMAS 2005 (poster).

334.P. Paruchuri, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Randomizing Policies for Agents and Agent-Teams. Proceedings of the AI/Math Symposium ’06, Florida, USA.

335.P. Paruchuri, D. Dini, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. Between collaboration and competition: An Initial Formalization using Distributed POMDPs, SASEMAS workshop, AAMAS-05, Utrecht, Netherlands (Best paper award).

336.Y. Gal, B. J. Grosz, S. Kraus, A. Pfeffer and S. Shieber. Colored Trails: A Formalism for Investigating Decision-making in Strategic Environments IJCAI’05 Workshop on Reasoning, Representation, and Learning in Computer Games, 2005.

337.P. Bekkerman, S. Kraus and F. Ricci. Applying cooperative negotiation methodology to group recommendation problem, ECAI Workshop on Recommender systems, Riva del Garda, August 28- 29. 2006.

338.R. Meshulam, S. Reches, A. Yarden and S. Kraus. MLBP: MAS for Large-Scale Biometric Pattern Recognition. 3rd International Workshop on Safety and Security in Multiagent Systems (SASEMAS ’06) Winner of Best Paper Award.

339.S. Reches, S. Talman and S. Kraus. A statistical decision-making model for choosing between multiple alternatives Authors. Proceeding of AAMAS 07, USA (short paper).

340.M. Chalamish, D. Sarne and S. Kraus. Mass Programmed Agents for Simulating Human Strategies in Large Scale Systems Authors. Proceeding of AAMAS 07, USA (short paper).

341.M. Chalamish and S. Kraus. AutoMed - An Automated Mediator for Bilateral Negotiations Under Time Constraints. Proceeding of AAMAS 07, USA (short paper).

342.P. Paruchuri, J. P. Pearce, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Kraus. An Efficient Heuristic for Security Against Multiple Adversaries in Stackelberg Games. AAAI Spring Symposium on Game and Decision-Theoretic Agents, GTDT ’07.

343.R. Meshulam, S. Kraus and B. J. Grosz. The Use of Reputation and Gossip in Small Cooperative Group Activities. IAT 2007: 239-243. (short paper)

344.V. Shafran, G. Kaminka, S. Kraus and C. Goldman. Multidirectional Distributed Matchmaking. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008. (short paper)

345.R. Katz and S. Kraus. How Automated Agents Treat Humans and Other Automated Agents: An Experimental Study In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008. (short paper)

346.E. Manistersky, R. Lin and S. Kraus. Understanding How People Design Trading Agents over Time. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2008). Estoril, Portugal, May 2008. (short paper)

347.N. Hazon, P. E. Dunne, S. Kraus and M. Wooldridge. How to Rig Elections and Competitions 2nd International Workshop on Computational Social Choice Liverpool, 3-5 September 2008.

348.N. Agmon, S. Kraus and G. Kaminka. Uncertainties in Adversarial Patrol, In Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2009) (extended abstract).

349.D. Erusalimchik, G. Kaminka and S. Kraus. Adaptive Game-Theoretic Multi-Robot Coordination Based on Resource Spending Velocity, In Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS-2009) (extended abstract).

350.T. Short, A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Quickly Learning User Characteristics for Efficient Interruptability in Agent–User Collaborative Systems, MIMS09 workshop, AAMAS 2009.

351.A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Modeling Agents through Bounded Rationality Theories, AGS workshop, AAMAS 2009.

352.R. Lin, S. Kraus, D. Tykhonov, K. Hindriks and C. M. Jonker. Supporting the Design of General Automated Negotiators. In Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Agent-based Complex Automated Negotiations (ACAN’09). Budapest, Hungary, May 2009.

353.R. Lin and S. Kraus. Designing Automated Agents Capable of Efficiently Negotiating with People - Overcoming the Challenge, EUMAS, 2009.

354.R. Lin, Y. Oshrat and S. Kraus. Automated Agents that Proficiently Negotiate with People: Can We Keep People out of the Evaluation Loop?  In Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Agent-based Complex Automated Negotiations (ACAN’10). Toronto, Canada, May 2010.

355.G. Haim, Y. Gal, S. Kraus and Y. Blumberg. Learning Human Negotiation Behavior Across Cultures. Second International Working Conference on Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation (HuCom @ GDN 2010).  

356. R. Lin, Y. Gev and S. Kraus. Facilitating Better Negotiation Solutions using AniMed. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Agent-based Complex Automated Negotiations (ACAN’11), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2011.  

357. A Robust Approach to Addressing Human Adversaries in Security Games (Extended Abstract), Proc. of AAMAS 2012.

358. (Extended Abstract), Proc. of AAMAS 2012.

359.S. Barrett, P. Stone, S. Kraus and A. Rosenfeld, Learning Teammate Models for Ad Hoc Teamwork, Proc. of ALA workshop, 2012.

360.Esther David, Efrat Manisterski, Sarit Kraus, and Nicholas R. Jennings. Efficient Complex Tasks Allocation within Agents Environment of Known capabilities, IAT 2012 (short paper).

361.Chanhyun Kang, Cristian Molinaro, Sarit Kraus, Yuval Shavitt, V.S. Subrahmanian.  Diffusion Centrality in Social Networks.

362.Azaria, A. Richardson and S. Kraus.  Autonomous Agent for Deception Detection, in Proc. Of  HAIDM (In AAMAS) 2013.

363.A. Azaria, A. Richardson, A.  Elmalech, A.  Rosenfeld, S.  Kraus and D. Sarne. On Automated Agents Rationality, HAIDM (In AAMAS) 2013.  

364.A. Azaria and S. Kraus. Advice Provision in Multiple Prospect Selection Problems, HAIDM (In AAMAS) 2013 (also appears as an extended abstract in AAAI 2013).

365.S Sina, S. Kraus and A. Rosenfeld. Social Narrative Adaptation using Crowdsourcing,  2013 Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative.

366. A. Azaria, A. Richardson and S. Kraus. Advice Provision in Multiple Prospect Selection Problems, RecSys 2013 (short paper).

367. A. Rosenfeld and S. Kraus. Argumentation Theory in the Field: An Empirical Study of Fundamental Notions,

  1.  A. Azaria, S. Kraus, CV. Goldman and  Gal Y Advice Provision for Choice Selection Processes with Ranked Options, AAAI 2014 (short paper; also presented in HAIDM workshop in AAMAS 2014)
  2.  A. Azaria, A. Richardson and S. Kraus. An Agent for Deception Detection in Discussion Based Environments, AAMAS 2014 (short paper; also presented in HAIDM workshop in AAMAS 2013).
     

Non Refereed Papers (selected list) :

370.S. Kraus and D. Lehmann. Automated Negotiator. TR 88-7 Leibniz Center for Computer Science, Hebrew University Jerusalem, May 1988.

371.S. Kraus and D. Perlis. Names and Non-Monotonicity. TR 88-84 Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, CS 2140, November 1988.

372.S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld. Modeling a Hostage Crisis: Formalizing the Negotiation Process. TR 90-19 Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, CS TR 2406, February, 1990

373.M. Harris, S. Kraus J. Wilkenfeld and E. Blake. GENIE: A Decision Support System for Generalized Negotiations, TR 91-157 Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, CS TR 2800, November 1991.

374.J. Wilkenfeld and S. Kraus, A Strategic Model of Negotiation for Autonomous Agents, Proc. of NSF Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology Workshop, Washington, DC, July 8-10, 1993

375.T. Plotkin and S. Kraus. Categoricity of a set of axioms and databases’ states description, Logic Colloquium 94, France, July 21-30, 1994.

376.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus and K. Holley, The Negotiation Training Model, Proceedings of the International Simulation and Gaming Association Annual Meeting, 1995, Diputacion Provincial de Valencia, Spain.

377.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, T. E. Santmire, K. Holley and T. E. Santmire. Cognitive Structure and Crisis Decision Making, 37th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, 1996, San Diego CA.

378.M. Morreau and S. Kraus. Syntactical Treatments of Ideal Propositional Attitudes, Society for Exact Philosophy Meeting, October 1996, Tennessee.

379.T. E. Santmire, J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, T. E. Santmire and K. Gleditsch. Cognitive Difference and Performance in International Crisis: An experimental Design, 1997 Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association, Washington , DC, 1997.

380.T. E. Santmire, J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, K. Holley, T. E. Santmire and K. Gleditsch. Differences in Cognitive Complexity Levels Among Negotiators and Crisis Outcomes 39th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association March 18-21 Minneapolis MN, 1998.

381.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, T. E. Santmire and C. Frain. The role of mediation in conflict management: conditions for successful resolution, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, February 1999, Washington DC.

382.J. Wilkenfeld, S. Kraus, T. Santmire and C. Frain. Cognitive complexity and the mediation of international disputes. In Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Los Angeles, March 2000.

383.E. H. Durfee, S. Kraus, H. Nakashima and M. Tambe. Editorial: Special Issue on the International Conference on MultiAgent Systems 2000. Artificial Intelligence 142:95-97, December 2002.

384.S. Koenig, S. Kraus, M. P. Singh and M. Wooldridge. Report on the Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. AI Magazine 27(1): 103-107 (2006).

קורסים

89-417 סמנריון מתקדם במערכות מרובות סוכנים

89-479 סמינריון מתקדם בבינה מלאכותית

89-570 בינה מלאכותית

89-950 מושאים מתקדשמים בבינה מלאכותית

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פיתוח מערכות אינטלגנטיות , מו"מ אוטומטי, מנשקי משתמש, כלים תומכי החלטה, תיכנון, הסברים לא מונוטוניים מסדי ידע