By Andrew W. Wicker, Jon Doyle (auth.), Francien Dechesne, Hiromitsu Hattori, Adriaan ter Mors, Jose Miguel Such, Danny Weyns, Frank Dignum (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop lawsuits of five workshops, held on the tenth foreign convention on independent brokers and Multiagent structures, AAMAS 2011, in Taipei, Taiwan, could 2-6, 2011. The 37 revised complete papers awarded including 1 invited paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a number of submissions. The papers are equipped in sections at the workshops Agent-Based Modeling for coverage Engineering (AMPLE), Agent-Oriented software program Engineering (AOSE), self reliant Robots and Multirobot platforms (ARMS), information orientated positive Mining and Multi-Agent Simulation, hugely Multi-Agent structures: types, equipment and instruments (DOCM³AS), and Infrastructures and instruments for Multiagent platforms (ITMAS).
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Thus, in this section, we want to examine the presented QR model’s prediction and the machine learning techniques in what if scenarios. First we want to examine whether the presented models with QR approach and machine learning techniques are sensitive enough for the changes in term they can account for what if scenarios. Moreover, we want to examine what influence has the police intervention strength on the event outcome, could it be the main factor than can prevent the violence or the event essence to be violent and the police intervention strength has little to do with it?
It was the 1985 European cup final, Liverpool vs. Juventus which was a very tragic and violent event with many casualties. According to Lewis  who analyzed this event, one of the reasons for this violent outcome is the police’s lack of intervention to prevent the developing violence. The second event, test case 16, is the Los Angeles Riots which occurred in 1991. This was also a very violent event with many casualties, with 55 killed people and over 2000 injured. Useem  who analyzed this event, argued that the police were not properly organized and did not react on time with appropriate force to prevent the eruption, but for the six hours from the beginning of the event, police did little to prevent it which allowed the violent core to grow.
By applying agents as an ”intelligent” entity we have the ability to model complicated social interactions. Such simulations have been successfully used in modeling crowd behaviors [5,7], economic phenomena , and more. However, it is a bottom-up approach in the sense that to receive a macro-level behavior we must model the micro-level interactions which necessitates detailed individual modeling, and when number of agents is scaled up it may provide significant computational barriers. Furthermore, there are domains such as predicting the likelihood of violence that modeling at the individual participant level may be too high a resolution and even unnecessary.
Advanced Agent Technology: AAMAS 2011 Workshops, AMPLE, AOSE, ARMS, DOCM3AS, ITMAS, Taipei, Taiwan, May 2-6, 2011. Revised Selected Papers by Andrew W. Wicker, Jon Doyle (auth.), Francien Dechesne, Hiromitsu Hattori, Adriaan ter Mors, Jose Miguel Such, Danny Weyns, Frank Dignum (eds.)