|#||Team Leader||Team Name||Agent Name||Is OneShot?||Disqualified||Finalist|
|1||Kazuki Komori||Team May||M5||no||no||no|
|2||Ito Nobuhiro||Team 137||Lobster||no||no||no|
|3||Ryoga Miyajima||Team 140||Agent VSC||no||no||yes|
|4||Atsunaga Sadahiro||Team 150||AgentSDH||no||no||yes|
|5||Takumu Shimizu||Team 102||RLAgent||yes||no||yes|
|6||Shiraz Nave||Team 126||AgentSAS||yes||no||yes|
|7||Amit Dayan||Team 127||PHLA||yes||no||yes|
|8||Masato Kijima||Team 143||KanbeAgent||yes||no||yes|
|9||Shota Kimata||Team 144||CCAgent||yes||no||yes|
|10||Einav Shen||Team 145||ForestAgent||yes||no||yes|
|11||Pedro Hrosz Turini||Team Poli-USP||QuantityOrientedAgent||yes||no||yes|
|12||Michal Rahimi||Team 151||NegoAgent||yes||no||yes|
|13||Ryota Arakawa||Team 123||AgentNeko23||yes||no||no|
|14||Chris Mascioli||Team 134||MatchingAgent||yes||no||no|
|15||JunJie Jordi Chen||Team 139||TwoOneFive||yes||no||no|
|16||Ryoga Miyajima||Team 148||Agent VSCforOneShot||yes||no||no|
|#||Team Name||Agent Name||Is OneShot?|
|20||Team 141||Agent 20159||yes|
|21||Team 133||AgentS Fork||yes|
|22||Team 146||Agent 20165||yes|
|23||Team 136||AgentA Fork||yes|
|24||Team 130||Agent 20131 Fork||yes|
|25||Team 138||Agent 20147||yes|
- 2023.05.15 The list of finalists was published in our official website
- 2023.05.01 We extended the deadline for agent submission to May 3rd which is the same as the deadline for report submission. Moreover, we reopened initial submission for participants who would like to create new accounts for their agents.
- 2023.04.26 The date for ANAC 2023 is now decided (Thursday June 1st 2023). Students are now able to register for "Competition Only" allowing them to attend ANAC. It's currently £250 and will become £300 from 15 May. The registration provides one full day on Thursday. You can attend the poster session in the main hall and access coffee etc but cannot attend main conference talks. It's only valid for Thursday. This option is not specified in the table yet but while registering, you will see this option. AAMAS 2023 registration website.
- 2023.3.8 New versions of NegMAS (0.9.8), SCML (0.5.6) and SCML-AGENTS (0.3.0) are released and new versions of the code templates are now available. Please upgrade to this version.
- 2023.3.6 There will be a travel scholarship for students to attend the ANAC session to be held in conjunction with AAMAS. For being eligible to apply for this scholarship, you should participate in at least one of the leagues and submit your agent on time. You need to fill in this form till 1st of April, 2023
- 2023.3.6 Extending the submission deadline to May 1st.
- 2023.3.6 You can access the videos and slides from some of last year's winners here
- 2023.1.8 ANAC 2023 is a go now. You can start submitting to the SCML online competition starting today.
- 2022.8.22 Getting started for SCML 2023. Check again in a couple of months.
This is the home of the Supply Chain Management League (SCML) one of ANAC 2023 leagues
The main motivation behind the SCM league is to increase the relevance of automated negotiation research by focusing on real-world scenarios that are characterized by situated negotiations, and complex dynamic utility functions.
The agent needs not only decide how to negotiate in a predefined single negotiation session, but when to join negotiations, and how to coordinate the behavior of its negotiators across multiple concurrent negotiations.
It is highly recommended to register your interest in the league by registering to this website by April 1st (No need to upload an agent by that time). It is mandatory to upload a preliminary version of the agent by April 23rd
The live competition is run using fewer configurations than the official competition to facilitate faster feedback when submitting new agents. This may lead to different results in the official competition.
Changes from SCML 2022
Standard and collusion tracks have no changes. The Oneshot track has a single change in the way price ranges for negotiations are calcualated. In 2023, the price range will be much smaller (only two consecutive values) which means that the score of the agent will be almost insensitive to prices of agreements but only on the ability to match its supply and demand. See the full description for more details.
Getting started and getting help
- The first thing you need to do is to read the game overview for the track you plan to submit to. You can check this year's rules for the one shot track and/or the standard/collusion tracks.
- If you are not registered here, do so to received updates and be able to submit your agents later here.
- After deciding which track(s) to participate in, check there detailed description ( OneShot or Standard/Collusion).
- Next, Check the tutorials. You can find video tutorials and consult the documentation and we are happy to see you joining the discussions.
- Next, Download the appropriate skeleton (OneShot or Standard/Collusion) and test it. You will find a full description on how to do that in the README as well as the docstring on top of myagent.py in the skeleton .
- Happy hacking :-) If you have any questions, bug reports, feature requests, etc, you can open an issue on the SCML GitHub page
Monolithic (Recommeneded) Components
Important Dates (GMT)
|Registration (Optional)||April 1st|
|Travel Support||April 1st|
|Preliminary Submission||April 23rd|
|Last Online Tournament||May 2nd|
|Final Submission||May 3rd|
|Report Submission||May 3rd|
|Finalist Announcement||May 15th|
|Winner Announcement||June 1st|
2023 Tested Agent Uploads : 22