[Elsnet-list] [Mlnet] GAIW / EPIA 2005 (Deadline Extended)

F. Amílcar Cardoso amilcar at dei.uc.pt
Thu May 26 19:16:25 CEST 2005

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12th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Celebrating 20 Years of AI in Portugal
Covilhã, Portugal
5-8 December 2005

[ New submission deadline for the General AI Workshop (GAIW): 
10-June-2005 ]

Proceedings: Springer LNAI
Organisation: APPIA (Portuguese Association for AI)

EPIA 2005 will be run as an international conference, English being the 
official language.
As in previous issues, the conference will be structured around a set 
of Thematic Workshops, intended to provide participants the opportunity 
to focus on specific technical aspects or unique application areas of 
AI. This edition also includes a General AI workshop (GAIW 2005) which 
will address all the AI topics not covered by the remaining workshops.

The GAIW shares many aspects with the previous plenary scientific 
sessions, with the advantage of using a format similar to the other 
workshops. This guarantees that all areas of Artificial Intelligence, 
not covered by the remaining workshops, including theoretical areas, 
foundational areas, and applications have space in the event.

The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:

Automated Reasoning
Case-Based Reasoning
Cognitive Modeling
Common Sense Reasoning
Constraint Programming
Hybrid systems
Logic Programming
Model-Based Reasoning
Non-monotonic Reasoning
Knowledge Representation
Knowledge-based Systems
Neural Computation
Planning and Scheduling

Important Dates
10-Jun-05          Paper Submission Deadline (extended)
15-Jul-05          Author Notification
28-Jul-05          Deadline for Final Camera-Ready Copies
05/08-Dec-05       Conference

Submissions must follow the guidelines specified in the conference site 
(see http://epia05.di.ubi.pt). The reviewing process will be 
double-blind and follow the main guidelines of IJCAI. Authors must 
remove their names from the submitted papers, and should take 
reasonable care not to indirectly disclose their identity. The Springer 
LNCS format must be used (instructions in 
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html/). Paper submissions will 
be made in PDF format, through the submission page at 

More detailed and up-to-date information, including types and maximum 
lengths of submissions, may be found in http://epia05.di.ubi.pt

Full papers of higher quality will be selected for publication in the 
main volume of the conference proceedings, to be published by Springer, 
in the LNAI series. The remaining accepted papers will be published in 
local workshop proceedings, in hard-copy, in CD-ROM and in the web.

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