2020

  1. Igor H Tchappi, Stéphane Galland, Vivient Corneille Kamla, Jean Claude Kamgang,Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, and Vincent Hilaire. “A critical review of the use of holonic paradigm in traffic and transportation systems”. In: Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 90 (2020).
  2. Stephane Galland, Hui Zhao, Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, and Sebastian Rodriguez.“Model Transformations from the SARL Agent-OrientedProgramming Language toan Object-OrientedProgramming Language.” In: International Journal of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering(2020).
  3. Timotheus Kampik and Amro Najjar. “Simulating, Off-Chain and On-Chain: Agent-Based Simulations in Cross-Organizational Business Processes”. In: Information 11(1),34.
  4. Daniel Karpati, Amro Najjar, and Diego Agustin Ambrossio. “Ethics of Food Recom-mender Applications”. In: Proceedings of the AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics,and Society. 2020, pp. 313–319.
  5. Yazan Mualla, Igor Tchappi, Amro Najjar, Timotheus Kampik, Stephane Galland, and Christophe Nicolle. “Human-Agent Explainability: An Experimental Case Study on the Filtering of Explanations”. In: 12th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence, Valletta, Malta, February 22-24, 2020. 2020.

2019

  1. Davide Calvaresi, Amro Najjar, Michael Schumacher, and Kary Främling, eds. Explainable, Transparent Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems – First In-ternational Workshop, EXTRAAMAS 2019, Montreal, QC, Canada, May 13-14, 2019, Revised Selected Papers. Vol. 11763. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer, 2019.isbn: 978-3-030-30390-7.
  2. Sule Anjomshoae, Kary Främling, and Amro Najjar. “Explanations of Black-BoxModel Predictions by Contextual Importance and Utility”. In: International Work-shop on Explainable, Transparent Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. Springer. 2019, pp. 95–109.
  3. Sule Anjomshoae, Kary Främling, and Amro Najjar. “Explanations of Black-BoxModel Predictions by Contextual Importance and Utility”. In: International Work-shop on Explainable, Transparent Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems.Springer. 2019, pp. 95–109.
  4. Marcus Westberg, Amber Zelvelder, and Amro Najjar. “A Historical Perspective onCognitive Science and Its Influence on XAI Research”. In: International Workshop onExplainable, Transparent Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. Springer.2019, pp. 205–219.
  5. Sule Anjomshoae, Amro Najjar, Davide Calvaresi, and Kary Framling. “Explainable Agents and Robots: Results From a Systematic Literature Review”. In: Proceedingsof the 2019 International Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multiagent Systems.(Full paper, Conference CORE Ranking: A*). 2019.
  6. Davide Calvaresi, Jean-Paul Calbimonte, Fabien Dubosson, Amro Najjar, and Michael Schumacher. “Social Network Chatbots for Smoking Cessation: Agent and Multi-Agent Frameworks”. In: International Web Intelligence Conference (2019). CORE Ranking: B
  7. Timotheus Kampik and Amro Najjar. “Integrating Multi-agent Simulations intoEnterprise Application Landscapes”. In: International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. Springer. 2019, pp. 100–111.
  8. Timotheus Kampik and Amro Najjar. “Technology-facilitated Societal Consensus”.In: The 27th ACM Conference on User Modelling, Adaptation and Personalization, Larnaca/Cyprus, June 9-12, 2019. 2019.
  9. Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, Olivier Boissier, Stéphane Galland, Igor Tchappi, and Robin Vanet. “A Cyber-Physical System for the Drilling Processing Oil& Gas fields”.In: The Third IEEE International Conference on Robotic Computing. 2019.
  10. Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, Stephane Galland, Christophe Nicolle, Igor TchappiHaman, Ansar Yasar, and Kary Framling. “Between the Megalopolis and the DeepBlue Sky: Challenges of Transport with UAVs in Future Smart Cities”. In: Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multiagent Systems.(Full paper (Bluesky Track), Conference CORE Ranking: A*). 2019.
  11. Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, Timotheus Kampik, Igor Tchappi, Stéphane Galland, and Christophe Nicolle. “Towards Explainability for a Civilian UAV Fleet Managementusing an Agent-based Approach”. In: Explainable AI in Automated Driving Workshop. 2019.
  12. Silvia Tulli, Agustin Ambrossio, Amro Najjar, and Francisco Javier Rodriguez Lera.“Great expectations & aborted business initiatives: the paradox of social robot between research and industry”. In: Artificial Intelligence – 31st Benelux Conference, BNAIC2019, Brussels, Belgium, Revised Selected Papers. 2019
  13. Yazan Mualla, Igor Haman Tchappi, Amro Najjar, Stéphane Galland, Robin Vanet,and Olivier Boissier. “Modélisation multi-agent des opérations semi-autonomes dans un système cyber-physique de forage pétrolier ou gazier”. In: Systèmes Multi-Agents et simulation – Vingt-septièmes journées francophones sur les systèmes multi-agents,JFSMA 1019, Toulouse, France, July 3-5, 2019.2019, pp. 139–148.
  14. Igor Haman Tchappi, Stéphane Galland, Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, Vivient CorneilleKamla, and Jean-Claude Kamgang. “Modèle multi niveau dynamique basé sur la densité: application au trafic routier à grande échelle”. In: Systèmes Multi-Agents et simulation – Vingt-septièmes journées francophones sur les systèmes multi-agents,JFSMA 1019, Toulouse, France, July 3-5, 2019.2019, pp. 149–158.