CFP: IEEE COMPUTER Special Issue on Web Intelligence

From: Ning Zhong (zhong@maebashi-it.ac.jp)
Date: Sun Oct 07 2001 - 19:35:58 MET DST

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                             CALL FOR PAPERS

              IEEE COMPUTER -- Special Issue on WEB INTELLIGENCE
     
                        (to appear in October 2002)

    Guest Editors: Ning Zhong (Maebashi Institute of Technology, Japan)
                    Jiming Liu (Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)
                    Yiyu Yao (University of Regina, Canada)
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    WHAT IS WEB INTELLIGENCE?

       Web Intelligence (WI) is a new direction for scientific research and
       development that explores the fundamental roles as well as practical
       impacts of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and advanced Information
       Technology (IT) on the next generation of Web-empowered products,
       systems, services, and activities.

    TOPICS AND ISSUES

       This special issue seeks original, high quality, as well as
       general interest papers in all aspects of Web Intelligence (WI),
       such as Web information systems environments and foundations,
       human-media interaction, Web information management, Web information
       retrieval, Web agents, Web mining and farming, and emerging Web-based
       applications.

       In particular, we are interested in papers on Web agents and Web
       mining -- the two most important WI related topics for both academic
       research and industrial demands.

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

       All submitted papers should be limited to a maximum of 4,000 words
       (counting figures as 300 words each), and will be reviewed on the
       basis of technical quality, relevance, originality, significance,
       and clarity. Graphical illustrations and minipage summaries are
       encouraged.

       All paper submissions will be handled electronically. Please send
       PostScript (MS-Words, or PDF) versions of your paper by February 1,
       2002 to:
                           zhong@maebashi-it.ac.jp

    IMPORTANT DATES

       February 1, 2002: Electronic submission of the completed paper
           June 5, 2002: Notification of acceptance
           July 1, 2002: Revisions due
           October 2002: Publication

    ABOUT IEEE COMPUTER

       IEEE Computer is a monthly magazine received by all members of The
       IEEE Computer Society, consisting of researchers, practitioners,
       and managers. It is one of the most ideal forums where computing
       professionals of all disciplines can share their experience, solve
       problems, and reach consensus.

    ABOUT INTERNATIONAL WEB INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE

       The 2001 International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI'01) will be
       held in Maebashi City, Japan, October 23-26, 2001. The WI-2001 is the
       first conference on a new and emerging subfield of computer science
       and IT known as Web Intelligence. It is a major international forum
       for researchers and practitioners to present the state-of-the-art in
       the development of Web intelligence, to examine performance
       characteristics of various approaches in Web-based intelligent
       information technology, and to cross-fertilize ideas and examine various
       approaches as well as promising applications of Web-based intelligent
       information technology.

       For more information, please visit the WI-2001 home page at
       http://kis.maebashi-it.ac.jp/wi01/
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