Person: Attonaty, J.M.
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Number of items: 6.

Le Bars, M. and Attonaty, J.M. (2001) A multi-agent system to simulate water attribution among farmers. In: Worshop on Multiagent Based Modelling and Simulation in Industry and Environment, Oct 2001, Marseille, France.

Le Bars, M. and Attonaty, J.M. (2001) A Multi-Agent System to the Common Management of a Renewable Resource: Application to Water Sharing. In: 13th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial, 2001, Dallas, Texas.

Le Bars, M. and Attonaty, J.M. (2000) A Multi-Agents Model to help negotiation in the domain of water. In: Progress of Agricultural Information Technology , ISIAIT, 2000, Beijing.

Le Bars, M. and Attonaty, J.M. and Pinson, S. (2002) An Agent-Based Simulation for Water Sharing Between Different Users. In: Xth Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE), 2002, Zaragoza, Spain.

Hamel, A. and Attonaty, J.M. and Pinson, S. (2004) An Instrumentalized Participatory and Cooperative Approach for Knowledge Acquisition to Build Social MABS. In: 18th European Simulation Multiconference, 2004.

Le Bars, M. and Attonaty, J.M. (2001) The Sharing of Water Between Different Users: A Multi-Agent System to Improve the Negotiation. In: International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM), 2001, Canberra, Australia.

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