[loginf] CFP Special Track on Uncertain Reasoning at FLAIRS'05

Gabriele Kern-Isberner gabriele.kern-isberner at cs.uni-dortmund.de
Thu Aug 26 10:18:15 CEST 2004


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                               Call for Papers

                        Special Track on Uncertain Reasoning

                The 18th International FLAIRS Conference FLAIRS-2005
        In cooperation with The American Association for Artificial
                               Intelligence

                             Adam's Mark Hotel
                           Clearwater Beach, FL
                              May 16-18, 2005


http://janus.newcs.uwindsor.ca/~danwu/flairs-2005/index-flairs-2005.htm
                http://ranger.uta.edu/flairs05/
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The capability of reasoning with uncertain and/or incomplete information
is a crucial
feature both of human and machine intelligence. The Special Track on
Uncertain Reasoning
at the Eighteenth International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research
Symposium (FLAIRS)
Conference seeks to bring together researchers working on broad issues
related to
reasoning under uncertainty. This track was started in 1996 and has become
an annual
event at FLAIRS. In 2003 the track was merged with the Special Track on
Imprecise and
Indeterminate Probabilities.

Papers on all aspects of uncertain reasoning and imprecise probabilities
are solicited.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Uncertain reasoning and databases
* Uncertain reasoning formalisms, calculi and methodologies
* Reasoning with probability, possibility, fuzzy logic, belief functions,
  argumentation, rough sets, and probability logics
* Modelling and reasoning using imprecise and indeterminate information,
* using for instance: Choquet capacities, comparative orderings, convex
sets of measures,
  and interval-valued probabilities
* Exact, approximate and qualitative uncertain reasoning
* Nonmonotonic reasoning and belief revision
* Multi-agent uncertain reasoning and decision making
* Decision-theoretic planning and Markov decision process
* Temporal reasoning and uncertainty
* Construction of models from elicitation, data mining and knowledge
discovery
* Uncertain reasoning in information retrieval, filtering, fusion, diagnosis,
  prediction, and situation assessment
* Practical applications of uncertain reasoning


Paper Submission and Publication
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Paper format and submission details are available at
http://earth.cs.ccsu.edu/~flairs/submission.html

Papers will be refereed and all accepted papers will appear in the
conference proceedings which will be published by AAAI Press.
Selected authors will be invited to submit extended versions of their
papers to a special issue of the International Journal on Artificial
Intelligence Tools (IJAIT) to be published in 2006.

In addition, we will be arranging a special issue of the
\emph{International Journal of
Approximate Reasoning}, devoted to
extended and revised papers selected from the special track on uncertain
reasoning.


Invited Speakers of FLAIRS-2005
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Lawrence Hunter, University of Colorado
Martha Pollack, University of Michigan
Ted Senator, DARPA
David Stork, Ricoh and Stanford University


Important Dates
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Paper submissions due       October 22, 2004
Notification letters sent   January 7, 2005
Camera ready copy due       February 4, 2005
Conference:                 May 16-18, 2005


Program Committee
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Program Co-Chairs:
Gabriele Kern-Isberner, University of Dortmund
Dan Wu, University of Windsor

Committee:
Horacio Arlo-Costa, Carnegie Mellon University
Salem Benferhat, CRIL, France
Cory Butz, University of Regina
Mats Danielson, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Jim Delgrande, Simon Fraser University
Marek Druzdzel, University of Pittsburgh
Love Ekenberg, Stockholm University
Faiza Khellaf, USTHB, Algeria
Henry Kyburg, IHMC and The University of Rochester
Eric Neufeld, University of Saskatchewan
Laurent Perrussel, UT1/IRIT, France
Lin Tao, University of Regina
Eugene Santos, University of Connecticut
Choh Man Teng, University of West Florida
Michael Wong, University of Regina
Yang Xiang, University of Guelph


Contact
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For Further Information, please contact:

Gabriele Kern-Isberner
Department of Computer Science
University of Dortmund
44221 Dortmund, Germany
gabriele.kern-isberner at cs.uni-dortmund.de

Dan Wu
School of Computer Science
University of Windsor
Windsor Ontario Canada N9B 3P4
danwu at uwindsor.ca


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* PD Dr. Gabriele Kern-Isberner
* University of Dortmund
* Dept. of Computer Science
* Chair VI - Information Systems
* 44221 Dortmund, Germany
* Phone: +49-231-755-2045
* Fax: +49-231-755 2405
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