AESCS 2009 Program Schedule

Information Building, National Chengchi University

Friday, November 13, 2009




Opening speech: Room 140005

 Takao Terano

09:15 - 10:15


Keynote Speech: Room 140005

Agent Dynamics in Complex Multilevel Systems of Systems of Systems 

Jeffrey Johnson

10:15 - 10:30

Coffee break

10:30 - 12:20

Session 1A: Room: 140005


A Bibliometric Study of Agent Based Modeling Literature on SSCI Database

Yu-Hsiang Yang


Boundedly Rational Equilibrium and Risk Premium

Lei Shi


Networked Consensus Agents Dynamics through Matrix Eigenvalue

Toshihiko Yamamoto


Large Scale Crowd Simulation of Terminal Station Area When Tokai Earthquake Advisory Information is Announced Officially

Qing-Lin Cui & Ichikawa (session chair)

Session 1B: Room: 140007


Boundary Organizations: an Evaluation of Their Impact Through a Multi-Agent System

Denis Boissin


Examining the Effects of Traders' Overconfidence on Market Behavior

Chia-Hsuan Yeh


Early Adoption in a Dynamic Social Network

David Goldbaum


Order Aggressiveness, Order Book Conditions, and Long-Memory in an Order-Driven Market

Ryuichi Yamamoto (session chair)

12:20 - 13:40

Lunch Break

13:40 – 15:30



Tutorial 1: Room 140001

Social Simulation with SOARS (Spot Oriented Agent Role Simulator)

Hiroshi Deguchi, Manabu Ichikawa, and Hideki Tanuma

Session 2: Room: 140005


Fuzzy Model of Value

Konstantin Kovalchuk


Cognitive-Costed Agent Model of the Microblogging Network

Mitsuhiro Nakamura


Sustainable Economic Development: the Main Principles and the Basic Equation

Dmitry Chistilin


Exchang Rate Forecasting with Combined Genetic Algorithms

Jui-Fang Chang (session chair)

15:30 - 15:40

Coffee break

15:40 – 17:00

Tutorial 1 (Continued): Room 140001

Social Simulation with SOARS (Spot Oriented Agent Role Simulator)

Hiroshi Deguchi, Manabu Ichikawa, and Hideki Tanuma

Session 3: Room: 140005


Valuing a Multinational Firm with Foreign Operations When Both the Foreign Price and the Foreign Exchange Rate Are Stochastic

Po-Yuan Chen


The Financial Instability Hypothesis: a Stochastic Microfoundation Framework

Corrado Di Guilmi  


Designing and Validating an Agent-based Commodity Trading Simulation

Shih-Fen Cheng (session chair)

18:00 -

Conference Banquet


Saturday, November 14, 2009

09:00 - 10:00

Keynote speech: Room 140005

Agent-Based Simulation in History Research Using High Performance Computing

Takao Terano


Coffee break


Session 4A: Room 140005


Agent-Based Modeling of Cognitive Double Auction Market Experiments

Shu-Heng Chen


Comprehensive Analysis of Information Transmission among Agents: Similarity and Heterogeneity of Collective Behavior

Aki-Hiro Sato


Empirical Puzzles or Aggregation Problems- A View of Agent-based Model

Chia-Ling Chang


Where Do They Move from Here? “Voting with the Feet” Principle through Agent Simulation

Rio Nishida& Takao Terano (session chair)

Session 4B: Room 140007


The Flow of Information through People's Network and its Effect on Japanese Public Pension System

Murakami & Tanida


Market Design Analysis for Standardization Problems

Kotaro Ohori & Shingo Takahashi


Communities, Anti-Communities, Pan-Community as Social Order

Yutaka Nakai  


The Decline of the Politically Informed Electorate and the Survival of Political Disagreement within Communication Networks

Frank C.S. Liu  (session chair)

12:10 - 13:30

Lunch Break


Keynote speech: Room 140005

Moving Viewpoint: What Makes Human Subjects Different from Computer Agents

Sobei Oda

14:30 - 14:45

Coffee Break

14:45- 17:00

Tutorial 2: Room 140007

Z-Tree and NetLogo

Chung-Ching Tai and Bin-Tzong Chie

 Session 5: Room: 140005

Identification of Voting with Individual’s Feet through Agent-Based Modeling

Rio Nishida & Takao Terano


Landscape Analysis of Possible Outcomes

Yusuke Goto & Shingo Takahashi


Analysis Method Depending on Bayes' Theorem for Agent-Based Simulations

Tomohiro Nakada  


Learning Backward Induction: a Neural Network Agent Approach

Leonidas Spiliopoulos


Optimized Two-Stock Portfolio Using Time Dependent Mean-Variance Analysis

Kwok Szeto (session chair)



Tentative schedule of the post-proceedings:

·        After the conference, selected presenters will be asked to submit their revised papers to post-proceedings. Post-proceedings will be published by Springer as a series of ABSSS hardcover books.

·        Dec. 30, 2009: Deadline for submitting revised papers

·        Feb. 28, 2010: Decision and Notification

·        March 15, 2010: Final camera ready

·        Summer, 2010: Publication of the proceedings.