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Announcement: ISIPTA'05 4th International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities and Their Applications

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Andrew McMullan <[log in to unmask]>

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Andrew McMullan <[log in to unmask]>

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>                                    ISIPTA '05
>             4th International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities
>                             and Their Applications
>                          Second Call for Papers
>
>                                July 20-23, 2005
>                           Carnegie Mellon University
>                         Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
>                         http://www.sipta.org/isipta05
>
>+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
>The ISIPTA meetings are one of the primary international forums to
>present and discuss new results on the theory and applications of
>imprecise probabilities. Imprecise probability has a wide scope, being
>a generic term for the many mathematical or statistical models which
>measure chance or uncertainty without sharp numerical
>probabilities. These models include belief functions, Choquet
>capacities, comparative probability orderings, convex sets of
>probability measures, fuzzy measures, interval-valued probabilities,
>possibility measures, plausibility measures, and upper and lower
>expectations or previsions. Imprecise probability models are needed in
>inference problems where the relevant information is scarce, vague or
>conflicting, and in decision problems where preferences may also be
>incomplete.
>
>Themes of the symposium
>-----------------------
>
>Although the symposium will be open to contributions on all
>aspects of imprecise probability, three main themes will be
>emphasised: decision-making, algorithms, and real applications.
>Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
>
>models of coherent imprecise assessments
>convex sets of probability measures (credal sets)
>interval-valued probabilities
>upper and lower expectations or previsions
>non-additive set functions, and in particular Choquet
>     capacities (and Choquet integration), fuzzy measures,
>     possibility measures, belief and plausibility measures
>random sets
>rough sets
>comparative probability orderings
>qualitative reasoning about uncertainty
>imprecision in utilities and expected utilities
>limit laws for imprecise probabilities
>physical models of imprecise probability
>philosophical foundations for imprecise probabilities
>psychological models for imprecision and indeterminacy
>     in probability assessments
>elicitation techniques for imprecise probabilities
>robust statistics
>probabilistic bounding analysis
>data mining with imprecise probabilities/missing data
>estimation and learning of imprecise probability models
>decision making with imprecise probabilities
>ambiguity aversion and economic models of imprecise probability
>uncertainty in financial markets
>algorithms for manipulating imprecise probabilities
>Dempster-Shafer theory
>information algebras and probabilistic argumentation systems
>probabilistic logic, propositional and first-order
>credal networks and other graphical models
>credal classification
>applications in statistics, economics, finance,
>          management, engineering, computer science
>          and artificial intelligence, psychology,
>          philosophy and related fields
>
>Workshop on Financial Risk Assessment
>-------------------------------------
>There will be a workshop addendum to the conference,
>to be held on July 24, with invited speakers on the topic
>of financial risk assessment, to which all of the ISIPTA'05
>participants are welcome, at no additional registration cost.
>Details will be announced later.
>
>Location
>--------
>ISIPTA '05 will be held at Carnegie Mellon University,
>in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.
>
>Important dates
>---------------
>(Note that we have moved the deadlines, as we moved dates
>a bit with the publisher!!)
>Paper submission deadline: February 25 2005
>Notification of acceptance: April 15 2005
>Deadline for revised papers: May 15 2005
>Symposium: July 20-23 2005
>
>Submissions and Proceedings
>---------------------------
>We will accept papers only as PDF files with a limit of 8 pages
>in two-column format. Guidelines are available both in a PDF file
>and in a word file at the site
>     http://www.sipta.org/isipta05/submit.html.
>The simplest way to produce an article that satisfies these
>requirements is to use Latex with the isipta2005.sty style, using
>guidelinesat the file isipta05.tex (or using this file as a
>template). Otherwise, use the file isipta2005.doc as template.
>
>Submission is electronic. You should introduce paper data and
>attach the PDF file by using the submission page.
>
>The Program Committee will decide which of the submitted papers
>are accepted, by carefully evaluating their originality, significance,
>technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. All the accepted
>papers will be included in a volume of proceedings, published
>by Brightdocs.


>There will be free electronic access to the proceedings after some
>time. Before the conference, the electronic access will be restricted
>to the ISIPTA '05 attendees to allow them to study the papers in some
>detail before they are actually presented. Each accepted paper will be
>given the opportunity for both a brief oral presentation as well as
>a poster session.
>
>Program Board
>-------------
>Fabio Cozman (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil)
>Robert Nau (Duke University, USA)
>Teddy Seidenfeld (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
>
>Steering Committee
>------------------
>Gert de Cooman (Universiteit Gent, Belgium)
>Fabio G. Cozman (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
>Serafin Moral (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
>Robert Nau (Duke University, USA)
>Teddy Seidenfeld (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
>Marco Zaffalon (IDSIA-Istituto Dalle Molle di Studi
>            sull'Intelligenza Artificiale, Switzerland)
>
>The members of the program committee are listed
>in the site www.sipta.org/isipta05.html.
>
>Questions
>---------
>If you have any questions about the symposium,
>please contact the Organising Committee preferably
>by email ([log in to unmask] - [log in to unmask]),
>or at the following address:
>
>Teddy Seidenfeld
>Department of Statistics
>Carnegie Mellon University
>Pittsburgh  PA  15213
>Phone: 412 - 268 - 2209
>Fax: 412 - 268 - 1440

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