Recent years have resulted in several exciting developments in the field of AI. High on the list is the emergence of implemented effective AI systems. The organizers strongly believe that the area of AI will be further advanced if implemented systems receive appropriate exposure, implementation and testing methodologies are discussed by the community, and if the performance and scope of applicability are presented and compared. In this way, theoretical research in AI will receive important feedback about its relevance and practicality, system implementers will learn about competing solutions and their performance, and AI experts working on practical applications will get software tools they need.
To further promote this research, as part of the technical program of JELIA'02 we plan a special session devoted to presentations and demonstrations of implementations for solving or addressing problems of importance to all areas in the scope of JELIA'02 and, in particular, to:
Submissions to this special session should provide a description of such a system and information on the class of problems (or application area) it is designed for, theoretical background, major features, implementation techniques, and testing methodology and experimental evaluation.
Accepted system descriptions will be published in the conference proceedings (4 page length limit).
All systems whose descriptions will be accepted for publication in the conference proceedings, will be demonstrated at a special session at the conference. The authors should indicate as part of their submission if any special computing support will be necessary.
Gerald Pfeifer <email@example.com>
Mirek Truszczynski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The authors should submit a system description in Postscript format to the organizers of the systems session at <email@example.com> by May 29, 2002.
The system description must be formatted according to the Springer LNCS/LNAI authors' instructions and cannot exceed 4 pages (all included). Instructions by Springer can be found at http://www.springer.de.
|Submission deadline||May 29, 2002|
|Acceptance/rejection notification||June 6, 2002|
|Final version due||June 25, 2002|
An important issue for development of effective AI systems is that of benchmarks. Benchmark problems allow us to compare key features of AI systems: the range of their applicability and their performance. Therefore, we invite you to submit statements of problems for possible inclusion in benchmark sets. These benchmark sets will be distributed to all participants of the systems session.
Proposals for benchmarks should be submitted by e-mail by May 29, to the systems session organizers at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The European Conference on Logics in AI provides a major biennial forum for the discussion of logic-oriented approaches to artificial intelligence. It aims to bring together active researchers interested in all aspects concerning the use of logics in artificial intelligence to discuss current research, results, and problems and applications of both a theoretical and practical nature. Moreover, JELIA strives to foster links and facilitate cross- fertilisation of ideas among researchers from various disciplines; among researchers from academia, industry and government; and between theoreticians and practitioners.
JELIA'02 will be held at the University of Calabria (Rende), in the area of Cosenza, southern Italy.
Gerald Pfeifer (email@example.com)
Last modified 2002-03-28