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Subject:

Fw: IJCAI-01 Call for Papers

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[log in to unmask] (Rob Milne)

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Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2000 13:40:39 -0700
From: Carol Hamilton <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: IJCAI-01 Call for Papers

The IJCAI-01 Conference Committee invites you to participate in the 
Seventeenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence 
(IJCAI-01), to be held in Seattle, Washington, USA, August 4-10, 
2001. IJCAI-01 is sponsored by the International Joint Conferences on 
Artificial Intelligence (IJCAII) and the American Association for 
Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). Attached is the Call for Papers. 
Please note that the submission deadlines are January 8 (electronic 
abstract) and January 9 (electronic and hard copy paper). If you 
would like a hard copy of the IJCAI-01 poster or the Call for Papers, 
please contact us at [log in to unmask]

For complete information about IJCAI-01, please visit our web site at 
http://www.ijcai-01.org.

We hope to see you in Seattle!

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IJCAI-01 Call for Technical Papers

The IJCAI-01 Program Committee invites submissions of technical 
papers for IJCAI-01, to be held in Seattle, Washington, USA, on 
August 4-10, 2001. Submissions are invited on substantial, original, 
and previously unpublished research on all aspects of Artificial 
Intelligence.

Important Dates for Papers

    January 8, 2001: Electronic Title Page and Paper Submission Deadline
    January 9, 2001: Hardcopy Paper Submission Deadline
    March 19, 2001: Acceptance Notification
    April 10, 2001: Deadline for Receipt of Camera-ready Copy
    August 7-10: IJCAI-01 Paper Sessions

Timetable

Authors must first submit their paper's title page (preferably 
electronically together with an electronic copy of the paper, as 
described below) to arrive by January 8, 2001. They must then submit 
six complete printed copies of their paper to arrive by January 9, 
2001. Submissions received after that date will be returned unopened. 
Authors should note that mail can sometimes be considerably delayed, 
especially during the winter in North America, and should take this 
into account when timing their submissions.

Notification of receipt will be mailed to the first author (or 
designated author) soon after receipt. Notification of acceptance or 
rejection of submitted papers will be mailed to the first author (or 
designated author) by March 19, 2001.

Camera-ready copy of accepted papers must be received by the 
publisher in the USA by April 10, 2001. Note that at least one author 
of each accepted paper is required to attend the conference to 
present the work.

Electronic Title Page & Electronic Paper Copy

Because of the large number of submissions anticipated and the tight 
reviewing schedule, authors desiring to submit a full paper must 
declare their intention by submitting a title page by January 8, 
2001. The strongly preferred submission method is to use a World Wide 
Web (WWW) browser such as Netscape to connect to 
http://www.ijcai-01.org.  There authors will find a title page 
submission form to fill in and submit. Title pages will be given a 
unique tracking number that should be marked on the full paper 
submission. In addition to the electronic title page we also require 
an electronic copy of the paper to be submitted. Instructions for 
submitting the electronic copy of the paper will be available at 
http://www.ijcai-01.org.

Authors without access to a WWW browser with forms support should 
mail a printed title page to the American Association for Artificial 
Intelligence,
whose address is at the end of this call. This title page must arrive 
by January 8, 2001, and should have the following format:

    author: name of first author
    address: address of first author
    ...
    author: name of last author
    address: address of last author
    title: title of the paper
    abstract: abstract<200 words
    content areas: first area,..., last area

The abstract should be less than 200 words. Authors who submit 
printed title pages may omit a tracking number from the full paper. 
Also, authors who are submitting a printed title page and wish to 
avoid a second mailing may mail their title pages and papers 
together, both to arrive by January 8, 2001.

We cannot accept title pages or papers submitted by e-mail or FAX.

Content Areas

To facilitate the reviewing process, authors are requested to put one 
or more appropriate content area keywords from the list below on 
their title page and on the submitted paper. Please use the exact 
phrases below; do not make up new keywords, since they will be 
ignored by the paper classification software.

List of area keywords

abduction
AI architectures
applications
art and music
artificial life
automated modeling
automated reasoning
autonomous agents
belief revision and update
case-based reasoning
causality
cognitive modeling
cognitive robotics
common-sense reasoning
computational complexity
computer-aided education
conceptual graphs
configuration
constraint programming
constraint satisfaction
data mining
decision theory
decision trees
design
description logics
diagnosis
diagrammatic reasoning
dialog processing
discourse modeling
distributed AI
enabling technologies
expert systems
game playing
genetic algorithms
geometric reasoning
human computer interaction
inductive logic programming
information extraction
information retrieval
intelligent databases
knowledge acquisition
knowledge discovery
knowledge representation
lifelike characters
logic programming
machine learning
machine translation
mathematical foundations
model-based reasoning
multiagent systems
multimedia
natural language generation
natural language parsing
natural language processing
natural language understanding
neural networks
nonmonotonic reasoning
ontologies
perception
philosophical foundations
planning
probabilistic reasoning
problem solving
qualitative reasoning
reactive control
real-time systems
reasoning about actions
reasoning under uncertainty
reinforcement learning
resource-bounded reasoning
robotics
rule learning
satisfiability testing
scheduling
scientific discovery
search
simulation
software agents
spatial reasoning
speech processing
temporal reasoning
theorem proving
user interfaces
user modeling
validation and verification
virtual reality
vision

Policy on Multiple Submissions

IJCAI will not accept any paper which, at the time of submission, is 
under review for or has already been published or accepted for 
publication in a journal or another conference.

Authors are also expected not to submit their papers elsewhere during 
IJCAI's review period. These restrictions apply only to journals and 
conferences, not to workshops and similar specialized presentations 
with a limited audience.

Paper Format

All six copies of a submitted paper must be clearly legible. We 
cannot accept e-mail or FAX submissions of full papers. Submissions 
must be printed on 8-1/2 x 11 inch or A4 paper. The paper should be 
formatted identically with the format for camera-ready copy of 
accepted papers as described below (except that authors' names and 
affiliations should be omitted). Detailed instructions on the 
required format are available from IJCAI's home page on the World 
Wide Web. In addition, macros for word-processing systems to 
facilitate the formatting of paper submissions will be available at 
http://www.ijcai-01.org.

Submissions must not exceed six pages in camera-ready format. 
Overlength papers will be returned without review. Each accepted 
paper will be allowed six pages in the proceedings; up to two 
additional pages may be purchased at a price of $250 per page.

Authors from countries in which access to word-processing systems is 
limited may submit unformatted papers. The body of these submissions 
must  be at most 6200 words, including footnotes, figure captions, 
tables, appendices, and bibliography. Each half-page of figures will 
be counted as 500 words. Papers longer than 6200 words will be 
returned without review. Authors submitting unformatted papers must 
include a word count on the first page of their paper body.

In order to make blind reviewing possible, authors should omit their 
names and affiliations from the paper. In place of their names and 
affiliations, they should provide the list of content areas and their 
paper's tracking number. (Authors without access to Web browsers, who 
therefore did not submit electronic abstracts, may omit the tracking 
number.)

Also, while the references should include all published literature 
relevant to the paper, including previous works of the authors, it 
should not include unpublished works. When referring to one's own 
work, use the third person rather than the first person. For example, 
say "Previously,  Nebel [7] has shown that...", rather than "In our 
previous work [7] we have shown that...." Try to avoid including any 
information in the body of the paper or references that would 
identify the authors or their institutions. Such information can be 
added to the final camera-ready version for publication.

Title Page

In addition to six review copies of the submitted paper, authors 
should submit two copies of a separate title page, including the 
title of the paper, the names and addresses of all authors, a short 
abstract of less than 200 words, a list of content areas (see above), 
the tracking number from the electronic title page (if any, see 
above), acknowledgments (if any), and the following declaration: 
"This paper has not already been accepted by nor is it currently 
under review for a journal or another conference, nor will it be 
submitted for such during IJCAI's review period." These two pages can 
be printouts of the electronic title page (see above).

Review Process

Papers will be subject to blind peer review; reviewers will not be 
aware of the identities of the authors. Selection criteria include 
accuracy and originality of ideas, clarity and significance of 
results and quality of the presentation.

The decision of the Program Committee will be final and cannot be 
appealed. Papers selected will be scheduled for presentation and will 
be printed in the Proceedings. Authors of accepted papers, or their 
representatives, are expected to present their papers at the 
conference.

Paper Submissions and Inquiries

IJCAI-01 is co-sponsored by the American Association for Artificial 
Intelligence.  Paper submissions should be sent to:

    IJCAI-01
    American Association for Artificial Intelligence
    445 Burgess Drive
    Menlo Park, CA 94025-3442 USA

Please send program suggestions and inquiries to:

    Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel, IJCAI Program Chair
    Institut für Informatik
    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
    Georges-Köhler-Alle, Geb. 52
    D-79110 Freiburg, Germany
    E-mail: [log in to unmask]
    FAX: +49-761-203-8222





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