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Subject:

AIAI 2004: First IFIP Conference on AI Applications and Innovations

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Max Bramer <[log in to unmask]>

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Max Bramer <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 27 Oct 2003 15:29:32 -0000

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AIAI 2004
First IFIP Conference on
Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations
http://www.ifiptc12.org/

Toulouse, France
August, 22-27, 2004

The AIAI Conference is an integral session in the IFIP World
Computer Congress program.  All submissions will be reviewed by
an international Program Committee.  All accepted papers will
appear in the official IFIP Conference Proceedings published by
Kluwer Academic Publishers.  AIAI will bring together researchers,
engineers and practitioners.  AIAI will interest researchers, IT
professionals and consultants by examining technologies and
applications of demonstrable value.  AIAI will focus on profitable
intelligent systems and technologies.

Submission

[1] February 9th 2004 -- Email a plain text abstract of your paper
including the title, authors, abstract and email contact to:
[log in to unmask]
[2] February 16, 2004 -- Submit your full paper to the conference
web site: http://www.wcc2004.org/
Submitted papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted
to another journal or conference for consideration of publication.
Papers must be written in English; they should be at most 16
pages long in total, including bibliography. Accepted papers will be
presented at the conference, as either oral or poster presentations,
and published in the official IFIP conference proceedings by Kluwer
Academic Publishers.  At least one author of each accepted paper
is required to register with the conference and to present the paper.

Call for Papers
[Deadlines: abstracts February 9, 2004; full
papers February 16, 2004]

AIAI focuses on real world applications;
therefore authors should highlight the benefits
of AI technology for industry and services.
Novel approaches to solving business and
industrial problems, using AI, will emerge from
this conference.  Papers describing advanced
prototypes, systems, tools and techniques and
general survey papers indicating future
directions are also encouraged.  Papers
describing original work are invited in any of
the areas listed below.  Acceptance will be
based on quality, relevance and originality,
and, above all, on the practical value of the
work.  Both full research papers and
professional work-in-progress reports are
welcome.  There will be both oral and poster
presentations.

        ¥ Industrial Applications of Artificial
Intelligence
        ¥ Intelligent Decision Support Systems
        ¥ Integration of AI with other Technologies
        ¥ Evaluation of AI Systems
        ¥ AI Languages, Programming Techniques and
Tools
        ¥ Knowledge Acquisition
        ¥ Expert Knowledge-based Systems
        ¥ Fuzzy Logic and Plausible Inference
        ¥ Neural Networks
        ¥ Evolutionary Computation and Algorithms
        ¥ Speech and Natural Language Interfaces
        ¥ Machine Vision
        ¥ Intelligent Information Retrieval
        ¥ Genetic Algorithms
        ¥ Planning and Scheduling
        ¥ Bayesian Networks and Stochastic Reasoning
        ¥ Evolutionary Programming
        ¥ Learning and Adaptive Systems
        ¥ Intelligent Agents
        ¥ Distributed AI Algorithms, Techniques, and
Applications
        ¥ Distributed AI Systems and Architectures
        ¥ Intelligent Tutoring Systems
        ¥ Structured and Unstructured Datamining
        ¥ Case-Based Reasoning Systems
        ¥ Hardware and Robotics
        ¥ Social Impact, Acceptance and Implications
of AI
        ¥ Intelligent Systems Engineering and Design
Methodologies
        ¥ Ontologies and Semantic Web
        ¥ Knowledge and Information Management
        ¥ Business Process Management and Enterprise
Portals
        ¥ Organisational Memory Knowledge Systems
        ¥ Inter-organisational KM portals
        ¥ KM, E-Learning and Enterprise Portals

Organisation

Conference General Chair
Professor John Debenham [[log in to unmask]]
IFIP TC12 & University of Technology, Sydney

Conference Program Chairs
Professor Max Bramer
Chair -- IFIP TC12 & University of Portsmouth
Professor Vladan Devedzic
[[log in to unmask]]
IFIP TC12 & University of Belgrade

Program Committee [in alpha order]

Agnar Aamodt (Norwegian Computer Society)
Luigia Carlucci Aiello (Associazione Italiana
per l' Informatica ed il Calcolo Automatico,
Italy)
Adel Alimi (Tunisia)
Hans Akkermans (The Netherlands)
Lora Aroyo (The Netherlands)
Richard Benjamins (Spain)
Max Bramer (Co-Chair, University of Portsmouth,
UK)
Zdzislaw Bubnicki (Polish Academy of Sciences)
B. Chandrasekaran (USA)
Weiqin Chen (Norway)
Paul Compton (Australia)
Monica Crubezy (Stanford Medical Informatics,
USA)
John Debenham (University of Technology, Sydney,
Australia)
Yves Demazeau (France)
Vladan Devedzic (Co-Chair, University of
Belgrade)
Rose Dieng (INRIA, France)
Shuji Doshita (Information Processing Society of
Japan)
Henrik Eriksson (Sweden)
Boi Faltings (Switzerland)
Adam Farquhar (USA)
Dieter Fensel (The Netherlands)
Ivan Futo (John von Neumann Society for
Computing Sciences, Hungary)
Ana Garcia-Serrano (Spain)
John Gennari (USA)
Yolanda Gil (USA)
Asun Gomez-Perez (Spain)
Nicola Guarino (Italy)
Lynda Hardmann (The Netherlands)
Andreas Harrer (Germany)
Timo Honkela (Finnish Information Processing
Association)
Masahiro Hori (Japan)
Werner Horn (Austrian Computer Society)
Ian Horrocks (UK)
Nik Kasabov (New Zealand Computer Society)
Dusko Katic (Serbia and Montenegro)
Ray Kemp (New Zealand)
Larry Kerschberg (USA)
Dr Kinshuk (New Zealand)
Wolfgang Klas (Austria)
Piet Kommers (The Netherlands)
Aroyo Lora (The Netherlands)
Brian Mayoh (Danish Data Association)
Deborah McGuiness (USA)
Robert Meersman (Belgium)
Tim Menzies (Canada)
Antonija Mitrovic (New Zealand)
Riichiro Mizoguchi (Japan)
Enrico Motta (Open University, UK)
Pavol Navrat (Slovak Society for Computer
Science)
Wolfgang Nejdl (University of Bolzano , Germany)
Erich Neuhold (Germany)
Bernd Neumann (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Natasha Noy (USA)
Daniel E. O'Leary (IEEE Computer Society)
Zeljko Obrenovic (Serbia and Montenegro)
Mihaela Oprea (Romania)
Petra Perner (International Association for
Pattern Recognition)
Enric Plaza (Spain)
Alun Preece (UK)
Ulrich Reimer (Switzerland)
Abdel-Badeeh Salem (Ain Shams University, Egypt)
Demetrios Sampson (Greece)
Erik Sandewall (Swedish Information Processing
Society)
M. Sasikumar (Computer Society of India)
Guus Schreiber (The Netherlands)
Nigel Shadbolt (UK)
Yuval Shahar (Ben Gurion University, Israel)
Stuart Shapiro (State University of New York at
Buffalo, USA)
Zhongzhi Shi (Chinese Institute of Electronics)
Derek Sleeman (UK)
Constantine D. Spyropoulos (Greek Computer
Society)
Steffen Staab (UniversitŠt Karlsruhe, Germany)
Olga Stepankova (Czech Society for Cybernetics
and Informatics)
Mia Stern (USA)
Gerd Stumme (UniversitŠt Karlsruhe, Germany)
Valentina Tamma (UK)
Vagan Terziyan (Finland)
Samson Tu (USA)

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