Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems XII

COIN 2016 International Workshops, COIN@AAMAS, Singapore, Singapore, May 9, 2016, COIN@ECAI, The Hgue, The Netherlands, August 29-30, 2016, Revised Selected Papers
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Towards a distributed data-sharing economy.- Modeling patient-centric healthcare using socially intelligent systems: the AVICENA experience.- `How did they know?' - Model-checking for analysis of information leakage in social networks.- A manifesto for conscientious design of hybrid online social systems.- Communication and shared mental models for teams performing interdependent tasks.- An empirical approach for relating environmental patterns with agent team compositions.- Monitoring opportunism in multi-agent systems.- The role of values.- On the minimal recognition of rights in holonic institutions.
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 12th International Workshops on Coordination, Organizations, Institutions and Norms in Agent Systems, COIN 2016. The workshop COIN@AAMAS 2016 was held in Singapore, Singapore, in May 2016, and the workshop COIN@ECAI 2016 was held in The Hague, The Netherlands, in August 2016.
The 9 full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 15 submissions for inclusion in this volume. They cover the following topics:
Social Issues: The papers focus on the security of personal data, support for self-care for individuals with chronic conditions, analysis of the risk of information leakage in social networks, and an analysis of issues arising in the design of on-line environments whose participants are human and software.
Teams: The papers consider different aspects of team working: what kinds of knowledge sharing best contribute to effective team performance and how to organize a tea
m to function effectively in different kinds of scenarios.
Rights and Values: The papers examine complementary issues that influence the effective design of normative systems, namely how to detect opportunism so that it may be discouraged, how individuals values influence (collective) decision-making processes and how rights and powers relate to value and conflict resolution in nested organizational structures.