CFP: Special Track on Uncertainty, FLAIRS 2001 [10/27 Deadlines!]


Subject: CFP: Special Track on Uncertainty, FLAIRS 2001 [10/27 Deadlines!]
From: Eugene Santos Jr. (eugene@cse.uconn.edu)
Date: Sat Oct 07 2000 - 17:23:28 MET DST


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FLAIRS-2001
Key West, Florida
May 21-23, 2001
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Special Track on Uncertain Reasoning

Call For Papers

The Fourteenth International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium
Special Track on Uncertain Reasoning seeks to bring together researchers

working on issues related to reasoning under uncertainty. FLAIRS 2001 will be
held in beautiful Key West, Florida. Additional information on the conference
locale and travel planning can be found at http://www.flairs.com
Papers on all aspects of uncertain reasoning are invited. Papers of particular
interest to this track are:

- practical applications of uncertain reasoning
- inference of models from data, data mining, knowledge discovery
- construction of probabilistic models
- qualitative probabilistic reasoning
- decision-theoretic planning, POMDPs,
- systems of argumentation or defeasible reasoning, probability logics
- temporal reasoning and uncertainty

Special Issue in IEEE Trans SMC
-------------------------------

This year, we also intend to select the best 4-6 papers from our track to be
invited for journal submission to a SPECIAL ISSUE on Uncertainty in the IEEE
Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Part B slated to be in press
October 2001.

Critical Dates
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Papers Due: October 27, 2000
Author Notificaton: January 12, 2001
Camera Ready Copy Due: February 16, 2001
Journal Invitation: March 15, 2001
Journal Paper Due: May 15, 2001
Conference Dates: May 21-23, 2001

Program Committee Co-Chairs
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Eugene Santos Jr., University of Connecticut
Yang Xiang, University of Guelph

Program Committee
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Marek J. Druzdzel, University of Pittsburgh
Love Ekenberg, Stockholm University and KTH
Shaw Green, University of London
Eric Neufeld, University of Saskatchewan
Andy Novobilski, University of Texas at Arlington
Simon D. Parsons, University of Liverpool
Silja Renooij, Utrecht University
Solomon Eyal Shimony, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Linda van der Gaag, Utrecht University
Hakan Younes, Carnegie Mellon University

Submission Information
----------------------
Papers should not exceed 5000 words, including abstract and references.
All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Final
papers will consist of at most 5 galley pages (approximately 10-12 double
spaced pages). Only full papers will be considered for submission.

There are two ways to submit a paper to the uncertainty track. In order
of preference these are:

- Email
- Snail mail

Submission by Email
-------------------
If submitting by email, send a postscript file to eugene@cse.uconn.edu
attached to a message which gives the title, area, and authors of the
paper.

Submission by Snail Mail
------------------------
Send 5 copies of a paper or an extended abstract (indicating the selected
areas) to the address below:

      Eugene Santos Jr.
      Co-Chair, FLAIRS-01 Uncertainty Track
      Department of Computer Science & Engineering
      University of Connecticut
      UTEB, 191 Auditorium Rd., U-155
      Storrs, CT 06269-3155
      USA

Up to date information on this special track can be found at
http://www.cse.uconn.edu/~eugene/flairs01.html

--
     Eugene Santos, Jr.   ********* Computer Science & Engineering Dept
   eugene@eng2.uconn.edu  *   ?   * University of Connecticut
   "It's not our fault!"  *   ?   * UTEB, 191 Auditorium Rd, U-155
      - Kei & Yuri   *********  Storrs, CT 06269-3155
                 http://www.eng2.uconn.edu/~eugene

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