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SSERV 2017 - 4th IEEE International COMPSAC Workshop on Social Services through Human and Artificial Agent Models

Date2017-07-04 - 2017-07-08


VenueTorino, Turin, Italy Italy



Topics/Call fo Papers

Human collective intelligence (HCI) and Artificial agent based models (ABM) have become popular in computational social system science literatures, however, until recently, there are very few opportunities for both social system scientists and computer scientists to meet together to discuss complex social decision problems such as city management, education, marketing, finance, and traffic systems. There exist so many stakeholders in social complex decision problems. To address the issues, it is indispensable to gather both social system scientists and computer scientists together. We must advance new theory and techniques to marriage HCI and ABMs.
Workshop theme:
According to the success of the first/second workshops of SSERV, we would like to propose the Forth SSERV workshop. SSERV aims at providing a forum for discussions and presentations about the above problems. For the purpose, we would like to focus on such cutting-edge technologies as collective intelligence and agent-based modelling to address these problems. Therefore, SSERV is one of good chances to promote such novel research and development activities.
Scope of the workshop:
Any submission whose content is relevant to the area of technically addressing complex social problems will be considered. The topics of interest included, but are not limited to, the following:
Issues and Case Studies on Social Complex Decision Problems
Theoretical Issues on Social Decision Problems
Collective Intelligence and Human Computation on Social Problems
Agent-Based Modelling and Simulation on Social Problems
Participatory Design and Simulation on Social Problems
Gaming Simulation on Social Problems
Conflict Resolution among Stakeholders
Applications of HCI and ABM of Social Problems
Program Committee (to be confirmed):
Wander Jager (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
Toshiyuki Kaneda (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
Setsuya Kurahashi (Tsukuba University, Japan)
Iris Lorscheid (Hamburg University of Technology)
Hiroshi Takahashi (Keio University, Japan)
Kazuhiko Tsuda (Tsukuba University, Japan)
Nanda Wijermans (University of Stockholm, Sweden)

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