7.0610 IJCAI '95 (1/153)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Tue, 12 Apr 1994 23:52:04 EDT
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0610. Tuesday, 12 Apr 1994.
Date: 11 Apr 1994 09:41:35 -0400 (EDT)
From: email@example.com (Nancy M. Ide)
From: Rick Skalsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: IJCAI-95
IJCAI-95 will take place at the Palais de Congres, Montreal, August 20-25
The biennial IJCAI conferences are the major forums for the international
scientific exchange and presentation of AI research. The Conference Technical
Program will include workshops, tutorials, panels and invited talks, as well
as tracks for paper and videotape presentations.
PAPER TRACK: SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES
Topics of Interest
Submissions are invited on substantial, original, and previously unpublished
research in all aspects of AI, including, but not limited to:
* Architectures and languages for AI (e.g. parallel hardware and software for
building AI systems)
* Artistic, entertainment and multimedia applications.
* Automated reasoning (e.g. theorem proving, abduction, automatic
programming, search, context management and truth maintenance systems,
constraint satisfaction, satisfiability checking)
* Cognitive modeling (e.g. user models, memory models)
* Connectionist and PDP models
* Distributed AI, autonomous agents, multi-agent systems and real-time
* Intelligent teaching systems
* Knowledge Engineering and Principles of AI applications (e.g. for design,
manufacturing control, grand challenge applications)
* Knowledge representation (e.g. logics for knowledge, action, belief and
intention, nonmonotonic formalisms, complexity analysis, languages
and systems for representing knowledge)
* Learning, knowledge acquisition and case-based reasoning
* Logic programming (e.g. semantics, deductive databases, relationships to
AI knowledge representation)
* Natural language (e.g. syntax, semantics, discourse, speech recognition
and understanding, natural language front ends, generation systems,
information extraction and retrieval)
* Philosophical foundations
* Planning and reasoning about action (including the relation between
planning and control)
* Qualitative reasoning and naive physics (e.g. temporal and spatial
reasoning, model-based reasoning, diagnosis)
* Reasoning under uncertainty (including fuzzy logic and fuzzy control)
* Robotic and artificial life systems (e.g. unmanned vehicles,
* Social, economic and legal implications
* Vision (e.g. color, shape, stereo, motion, object recognition, active
vision, model-based vision, vision architectures and hardware, biological
Submissions must be received by 6th January 1995. Submissions received after
that date will be returned unopened. Authors should note that ordinary mail
can sometimes be considerably delayed, especially over the new year period,
and should take this into account when timing their submissions. Notification
of receipt will be mailed to the first author (or designated author) soon
Notification of acceptance or rejection: successful authors will be notified
on or before 20th March 1995. Unsuccessful authors will be notified by 27th
March 1995. Notification will be sent to the first author (or designated
Camera ready copies of the final versions of accepted papers must be received
by the publisher in the USA by 24th April 1995.
Note that at least one author of each accepted paper is required to attend
the conference to present the work.
Authors should submit six (6) copies of their papers in hard copy form. All
paper submissions should be to the following address. Electronic or fax
submissions cannot be accepted.
IJCAI-95 Paper Submissions,
American Association for Artificial Intelligence,
445, Burgess Drive,
Menlo Park, CA. 94025, USA.
(telephone (415) 328-3123, email email@example.com).
Appearance and Length
Papers should be printed on 8.5'' x 11'' or A4 sized paper. They must be a
maximum of 15 pages long, each page having no more than 43 lines, lines being
at most 140mm long and with 12 point type. Title, abstract, figures and
references must be included within this length limit. Papers breaking these
rules will not be considered for presentation at the conference.
Letter quality print is required. (Normally, dot-matrix printout will be
unacceptable unless truly of letter quality. Exceptions will be made for
submissions from countries where high quality printers are not widely
Each copy of the paper must include a title page, separate from the body of
the paper. This should contain:
* Title of the paper
* Full names, postal addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers and email
addresses (where these exist) of all authors. The first postal address
should be one that is suitable for delivery of items by courier service
* An abstract of 100-200 words
* A set of keywords giving the area/subarea of the paper and describing the
topic of the paper. This information, together with the title of the paper,
will be the main information used in allocating reviewers.
* The following declaration:
``This paper has not already been accepted by and is not currently under
review for a journal or another conference. Nor will it be submitted
for such during IJCAI's review period.''
Policy on Multiple Submissions
IJCAI will not accept any paper which, at the time of submission, is under
review for a journal or another conference. Authors are also expected not to
submit their papers elsewhere during IJCAI's review period. These
restrictions apply only to journals and conferences, not to workshops and
similar specialized presentations with a limited audience.
Papers will be subject to peer review, but this review will not be ``blind''
(that is, the reviewers will be aware of the names of the authors). Selection
criteria include accuracy and originality of ideas, clarity and significance
of results and the quality of the presentation. The decision of the Program
Committee, taking into consideration the individual reviews, will be final
and cannot be appealed. Papers selected will be scheduled for presentation
and will be printed in the proceedings. Authors of accepted papers, or their
representatives, are expected to present their papers at the conference.
Distinguished Paper Awards
The Program Committee will distinguish one or more papers of exceptional
quality for special awards. This decision will in no way depend on whether
the authors choose to enhance their paper with a video presentation.
Calls for tutorial and workshop proposals and video presentations for
IJCAI-95 will be issued shortly.
For questions or comments, (415) 328-3123, email firstname.lastname@example.org