ASAI 2002 :Argentine Symposium on AI (2nd CFP)

From: Adriana Zapico (ASAI 2002) (
Date: Sun Apr 07 2002 - 23:58:00 MEST

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                           SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

          4th Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence ( ASAI 2002 )

                             Santa Fe, Argentina
                             September 9-13, 2002

    The Fourth Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (ASAI 2002) will be
    held on 9-13 September 2002 at Santa Fe, Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina.
    The symposium aims at providing a forum for researchers and AI community
    members to discuss, and exchange ideas and experiences on diverse topics of
    the Artificial Intelligence. The previous conferences stimulated significant
    presentations on both Applications of AI in several fields and new tools and
    foundations being developed nowadays.

    Topics of particular interest include (not limited to):

             Adaptive Systems
             AI Foundations
             Automated Reasoning
             Autonomous Agents
             Case-Based Reasoning
             Causal and Probabilistic Reasoning
             Cognitive Science in AI
             Cooperative Robotics
             Data Mining and Information Retrieval
             Description Logics and Conceptual Graphs
             Decision Theory
             Diagnosis and Abduction
             Distributed AI
             Fuzzy Logic
             Fuzzy Control
             Genetic Algorithms and Soft Computing
             Intelligent User Interfaces
             Intelligent Web Applications
             Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
             Logic Programming
             Machine Learning
             Model-based and Qualitative reasoning
             Multi-Agent Systems
             Natural Language Processing and Speech
             Neural Networks
             Non-monotonic Reasoning
             Planning and Scheduling
             Real-time AI and Control
             Reasoning about Actions and Change
             Reinforcement Learning
             Robot Learning
             Spatial and Temporal Reasoning
             Uncertainty in AI
         Program Committee

          Zapico, Adriana (Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto - Argentina)
          Santos, Juan Miguel (Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires - Argentina)

          Other Members:

           Amandi, Analia (ISISTAN, Univ.Centro Pcia.Buenos Aires, Argentina)
           Ávila, Bráulio (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil)
           Barber, Federico (DSIC, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
           Boumedine, Marc (University of the Virgin Islands, USA)
           Cantu, Francisco (Instituto de Tecnología de Monterrey, Mexico)
           Ceccato, Alejandro (IFIR, CONICET-UNR, Rosario, Argentina)
           Chang, Carolina (Universidad Simón Bolívar,Venezuela)
           Ferme, Eduardo (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
           Geffner, Hector (ICREA - Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
           Godo, Lluis (Inst. d'Investigacio en Intel.ligencia Artificial-CSIC,
           Henning, Gabriela (INTEC, Universidad Nac. del Litoral-CONICET,
           Kuchen, Benjamín (Instituto de Automática-UNSJ, Argentina)
           Matt, Andreas (Universidad de Innsbruck, Austria)
           Meseguer, Pedro (Inst. d'Investigacio en Intel.ligencia Artificial-
                            CSIC, Spain)
           Monard, María Carolina (ICMC, Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil)
           Moraga, Claudio (Universität Dortmund, Germany; Universidad
                            Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)
           Parson, Simon (Sloan School of Management at MIT,USA)
           Perez Uribe, Andrés (EPFL-Universty of Lausanne, Switzerland)
           Prade, Henri (Inst. de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, IRIT-
                         CNRS, France)
           Riff, María Cristina (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile)
           Rodriguez, Horacio (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)
           Rodriguez, Ricardo (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
           Sebastiani, Fabrizio (Istituto di Elaborazione dell'Informazione -
           Segura, Enrique (South Bank University, UK)
           Sichman, Jaime Simão (Universidad de São Paulo,Brazil)
           Simari, Guillermo (Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina)
           Touzet, Claude (Universite de Provence, France)
           Verdegay, Jose Luis (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
           Zwir, Igor (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)

    ASAI 2002 seeks original contributions in a wide spectrum of applications of
    the Artificial Intelligence, ranging from state-of-the-art academic research
    to industrial and business applications having a significant impact. The
    symposium will consist of invited talks and paper sessions presenting both
    mature work and new ideas in research and applications.

    Submissions can be full papers addressing any topic of artificial
    intelligence or short papers describing ongoing research projects at academic
    or development environments. An international program committee using
    criteria appropriate to their category will review the papers. Papers may be
    accepted for presentation as talks in sessions. Submissions are due on May
    6th 2002. Delayed submissions will most likely be rejected.
    ASAI 2002 will be part of JAIIO 2002, the 31st Argentine Meeting on Computer
    Science and Operational Research, organized by the Argentine Computer Science
    and Operational Research Society. The JAIIO Conference will be held on
    September 9-13, including other symposia, tutorials and student contests.

    The submissions of papers must follow the LNCS format
    ( ). All contributions, of
    maximum 12 pages length for full papers and of 6 pages for short ones, should
    be submitted by e-mail in ghostview-readable Postscript or PDF. For diffusion
    reason, papers in English are strongly preferred, but in Spanish they will be
    also acceptable. A separated e-mail must be sent (in ASCII) with the title of
    the paper, the abstract, name and filiation/s of the authors (including
    complete address, e-mail account and phone/fax number. Please, specify
    corresponding author.), a maximum of five keywords and the topics (at most
    three) which the work classifies. The format for the camera-ready copy will
    be informed together with the acceptance letter.

    Receipt of a submission will be acknowledged immediately to the corresponding
    Electronic submissions must be sent to



                        Important Dates

                       Paper Submission Deadline: May 6th, 2002

                       Notification of Acceptance: June 26th, 2002

                       Camera-ready papers due: July 15th, 2002

    For further information, please contact with:

    Juan Miguel Santos
    Departamento de Computación
    Ciudad Universitaria, Pabellón I
    C1428EHA Buenos Aires
    Phone:(+54 11)45763390 Ext708
       fax: (+ 54 11) 45763390

    Adriana Zapico
    Departamento de Computación
    Fac. de Cs Exactas,Fis-Quim. y Nat
    Enlace Ruta 8 y 36, km 603
    5800 Río Cuarto


    Adriana Zapico
    Departamento de Computación
    Fac. de Cs. Exactas, Fis-Quim. y Naturales
    Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto
    Enlace Ruta 8 y 36 km 603
    5800 Rio Cuarto

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