FLAIRS Uncertainty Track

Simon Parsons (s.d.parsons@elec.qmw.ac.uk)
Wed, 28 Jul 1999 16:06:41 +0200 (MET DST)

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FLAIRS-2000 Orlando, Florida
May 22-24, 2000
Special Track on Uncertain Reasoning

Call For Papers


The Thirteenth International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research
Symposium Special Track on Uncertain Reasoning seeks to bring together
researchers working on issues related to reasoning under uncertainty.

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.

Web page
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http://www2.elec.qmw.ac.uk/~sp/events/flairs/flairs00/flairs00.html

Critical Dates
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* Papers: October 22, 1999
* Author Notificaton: December 20, 1999
* Camera Ready Copy Due: March 3, 2000
* Conference Dates: May 22-24, 2000

Program Committee Co-Chairs
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* Simon Parsons, Queen Mary, University of London
* Eugene Santos, University of Connecticut

Program Committee (Tentative)
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* Bruce D'Ambrosio, Oregon State University
* Love Ekenberg, Mid Sweden University
* Linda van der Gaag, Utrecht University
* Anthony Hunter, University College, University of London
* Paul Krause, Philips Research Laboratories
* Anders Madsen, Aalborg University
* Eric Neufeld, University of Saskatchewan
* Marco Ramoni, Open University
* Vladimir Ryabov, University of Jyvaskyla
* Alessandro Saffiotti, University of Orebro
* Solomon Shimony, Ben-Gurion University
* Paul Snow, Concord, NH
* Yang Xiang, University of Regina

Submission Information
----------------------

Papers and extended abstracts 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 double spaced pages).

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

* Email
* Snail mail
* Fax

Submission by Email
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If submitting by email, send a postscript file to
flairs@elec.qmw.ac.uk attached to a message which gives the title,
area, and authors of the paper.

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

Simon Parsons
Co-Chair, FLAIRS-2000 Uncertainty Track
Department of Electronic Engineering
Queen Mary and Westfield College
University of London
London E1 4NS
United Kingdom


Submission by Fax
-----------------

Fax a copy of the paper or extended abstract (indicating the
selected areas) to +44 181 981 0259.

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