Conference Paper (65)

2002
Conference Paper
Rahwan, I., Kowalczyk, R., & Pham, H. H. (2002). Intelligent agents for automated one-to-many e-commerce negotiation. In M. Oudshoorn (Ed.), M. Oudshoorn (Ed.), Computer Science 2002: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Australasian Computer Science Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, January/February 2002 (pp. 197–204). Australian Computer Society.
(Also published in: Australian Computer Science Communications, 24(1), 2002, 197-204 ).
2000
Conference Paper
Rahwan, I., Kowalczyk, R., & Yang, Y. (2000). Virtual enterprise design - BDI agents vs. objects. In R. Kowalczyk, S. W. Loke, N. E. Reed, & G. Williams (Eds.), R. Kowalczyk, S. W. Loke, N. E. Reed, & G. Williams (Eds.), Advances in artificial intelligence: PRICAI 2000 Workshop Reader. Four Workshops held at PRICAI 2000, Melbourne, Australia,August 28 - September 1, 2000. Revised papers (pp. 147–157). Springer.

Poster (11)

2015
Poster
Alshamsi, A., Awad, E., Almehrezi, M., Babushkin, V., Chang, P.-J., Shoroye, Z., Toth, A. P., & Rahwan, I. (2015). Misery loves company: Happiness and communication in the city. Presented at NetSci 2015: International School and Conference on Network Science.
Poster
Alshamsi, A., Pianesi, F., Lepri, B., Pentland, A., & Rahwan, I. (2015). Communication diversity and affect dynamics. Presented at NetSci 2015: International School and Conference on Network Science.
Poster
Alshamsi, A., Pianesi, F., Lepri, B., & Rahwan, I. (2015). Social diversity and dynamic psychological states. Presented at International Conference on Computational Social Science.
Poster
Awad, E., Leveck, B., & Rahwan, I. (2015). The rich club phenomenon in the network of international relations. Presented at NetSci 2015: International School and Conference on Network Science.
Poster
Chang, P.-J., Woon, W. L., Rahwan, T., Leveck, B., & Rahwan, I. (2015). Temporal trends in international relations from event data. Presented at NetSci 2015: International School and Conference on Network Science.
2014
Poster
Alshamsi, A., Pianesi, F., Lepri, B., Pentland, A., & Rahwan, I. (2014). Beyond contagion: High-resolution face-to-face interaction measurement reveals complex patterns of social influence. Presented at NetSci 2014: International School and Conference on Network Science.
Poster
Awad, E., Booth, R., Tohme, F., & Rahwan, I. (2014). Limits of collective judgement in contested domains: The case of conflicting arguments. Presented at Collective Intelligence Conference 2014.
Poster
Rahwan, I., Krasnoshtan, D., Shariff, A., & Bonnefon, J.-F. (2014). Analytical reasoning task reveals limits of social learning in networks. Presented at NetSci 2014: International School and Conference on Network Science.
Poster
Rahwan, I., Krasnoshtan, D., Shariff, A., & Bonnefon, J.-F. (2014). Analytical reasoning task reveals limits of social learning in networks. Presented at Collective Intelligence Conference 2014.
2013
Poster
Mani, A., Loock, C. K., Rahwan, I., Staake, T., Fleisch, E., & Pentland, A. (2013). Fostering peer interaction to save energy. Presented at BECC 2013: Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference.
2012
Poster
Rutherford, A., d’Souza, S., Cebrian, M., Moro, E., & Rahwan, I. (2012). Social mobilization in context. Presented at NetSci 2012: International School and Conference on Network Science.

Thesis - PhD (1)

2004
Thesis - PhD
Rahwan, I. (2004). Interest-based negotiation in multi-agent systems [PhD Thesis, University of Melbourne, Department of Information Systems].

Working Paper (3)

2021
Working Paper
Köbis, N., Bonnefon, J.-F., & Rahwan, I. (2021). Bad machines corrupt good morals (TSE Working Papers No. 1212). Toulouse School of Economics.
Working Paper
Shariff, A., Bonnefon, J.-F., & Rahwan, I. (2021). “How safe is safe enough? Psychological mechanisms underlying extreme safety demands for self-driving cars” (TSE Working Papers No. 1215). Toulouse School of Economics.
2017
Working Paper
Abdallah, S., Bonnefon, J.-F., Cebrian, M., Crandall, J. W., Ishowo-Oloko, F., Oudah, M., Rahwan, I., & Shariff, A. (2017). Cooperating with machines (Working Papers / Toulouse School of Economics No. 17-806). Toulouse School of Economics.

Issue (2)

2016
Issue
Atkinson, K., Cerutti, F., McBurney, P., Parsons, S., & Rahwan, I. (Eds.). (2016). Special issue on argumentation in multi-agent systems [Special issue]. Argument & Computation, 7(2-3).
2010
Issue
Reed, C., Grasso, F., Simari, G., & Rahwan, I. (Eds.). (2010). Argument & Computation [Special issue]. Argument & Computation, 1(1).

Editorial (4)

2018
Editorial
Guszcza, J., Rahwan, I., Bible, W., Cebrian, M., & Katyal, V. (2018). Why we need to audit algorithms. Harvard Business Review.
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