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This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the twelfth foreign convention on man made Intelligence: technique, structures, and purposes, AIMSA 2006, held in Varna, Bulgaria in September 2006.

The 28 revised complete papers offered including the abstracts of two invited lectures have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from eighty one submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on brokers, constraints and optimization, person matters, selection aid, types and ontologies, laptop studying, ontology manipulation, normal language processing, and applications.

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E. generating dialogues where backtracking is forbidden, the agents take turns and play one move per turn, are the most ‘rigid’ ones in terms of dialogue structure. This gathers for instance e-commerce protocols. e. generating dialogues where backtracking is allowed, the agents do not take turns and play several moves per turn, are the most ‘flexible’ ones. This encompasses for instance argumentation-based dialogue protocols. Indeed, most of game-theoretic negotiation protocols such as bargaining [17], contract net [18] or e-commerce [19,20] are rather simple since agents only exchange offers and counter-offers6.

If any dialogue conducted under Π1 has an equivalent dialogue under Π2 , then DΠ1 ⊆ DΠ2 , and we write Π1 ⊆ Π2 . Before comparing the eight classes of protocols obtained by combining the aforementioned parameters, the following results can be established where simplified notations are adopted for the values of the parameters: ¯ if Back = 0, x = B if Back = 1, – x=B – y = T if Turn requires taking turns, y = T¯ otherwise, – z = S if N Move allows for single move per turn, z = M for multiple moves.

H. Prakken. Relating protocols for dynamic dispute with logics for defeasible argumentation. Synthese, 127:187–219, 2001. 6. E. Alonso. A formal framework for the representation of negotiation protocols. Inteligencia Artificial, 3/97:30–49, 1997. 7. L. Amgoud, S. Parsons, and N. Maudet. Arguments, dialogue, and negotiation. In Proc. ECAI’00, pages 338–342, Berlin, 2000. A Formal General Setting for Dialogue Protocols 23 8. M. K. Chang and C. C. Woo. A speech-act-based negotiation protocol: design, implementation, and test use.

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