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  • Adam-ENEA
    Hi, IEEE/WIC/ACM IAT, 06, WI 06, ICDM 06 conferences are focused on many essential problems and properties of Abstract/Synthetic Intelligent Agent. Of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 26, 2006

      IEEE/WIC/ACM IAT,'06, WI'06, ICDM'06 conferences are focused on
      many essential problems and properties of Abstract/Synthetic
      Intelligent Agent.

      Of course, the AIA bulding is always open ... yet.

      - Adam

      >[Apologies if you receive this more than once]
      > IEEE/WIC/ACM Intelligent Agent Technology 2006
      >2006 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on
      >Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'06)
      >Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong, China,
      >18-22 December 2006.
      >Sponsored By
      >IEEE Computer Society
      >Web Intelligence Consortium (WIC)
      >Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
      >Co-Organized With
      >Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
      >University/Corporate Sponsors
      >Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
      >Microsoft Corp.
      >(Papers Due: 5 July 2006)
      >Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings
      >by the IEEE Computer Society Press that is indexed by EI.
      >The 2006 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on
      >Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'06)
      >will be jointly held with the 2006 IEEE/WIC/ACM International
      >Conference on Web Intelligence (WI'06)
      >and the 6th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM'06)
      >for providing synergism among the three research areas.
      >It will provide opportunities for technical
      >collaboration beyond that of previous conferences. The three
      >conferences will have a joint opening, keynote, reception, and
      >banquet. Attendees only need to register for one conference and can
      >attend workshops, sessions and tutorials across the three conferences.
      >We are also planning a joint panel and joint paper sessions that discuss
      >common problems in the three areas.
      >IAT 2006 provides a leading international forum to bring together
      >researchers and practitioners from diverse fields, such as computer
      >science, information technology, business, education, human factors,
      >systems engineering, and robotics, to (1) examine the design
      >principles and performance characteristics of various approaches in
      >intelligent agent technology, and (2) increase the
      >cross-fertilization of ideas on the development of autonomous agents
      >and multi-agent systems among different domains. By encouraging
      >idea-sharing and discussions on the underlying logical, cognitive,
      >physical, and sociological foundations as well as the enabling
      >technologies of intelligent agents, IAT 2006 will foster the
      >development of novel paradigms and advanced solutions in agent-based
      >Topics of Interest
      >The topics and areas include, but not limited to:
      >* Autonomy-Oriented Computing (AOC)
      > - Agent-Based Complex Systems Modeling and Development
      > - Agent-Based Simulation
      > - Autonomy-Oriented Modeling and Computation Methods
      > - Behavioral Self-Organization
      > - Complex Behavior Characterization and Engineering
      > - Emergent Behavior
      > - Hard Computational Problem Solving
      > - Self-Organized Criticality
      > - Self-Organized Intelligence
      > - Swarm Intelligence
      > - Nature-Inspired Paradigms
      >* Autonomous Knowledge and Information Agents
      > - Agent-Based Distributed Data Mining
      > - Agent-Based Knowledge Discovery And Sharing
      > - Autonomous Information Services
      > - Distributed Knowledge Systems
      > - Emergent Natural Law Discovery in Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Evolution of Knowledge Networks
      > - Human-Agent Interaction
      > - Information Filtering Agents
      > - Knowledge Aggregation
      > - Knowledge Discovery
      > - Ontology-Based Information Services
      >* Agent Systems Modeling and Methodology
      > - Agent Interaction Protocols
      > - Cognitive Architectures
      > - Cognitive Modeling of Agents
      > - Emotional Modeling
      > - Fault-Tolerance in Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Formal Framework for Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Information Exchanges in Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Learning and Self-Adaptation in Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Mobile Agent Languages and Protocols
      > - Multi-Agent Autonomic Architectures
      > - Multi-Agent Coordination Techniques
      > - Multi-Agent Planning and Re-Planning
      > - Peer-to-Peer Models for Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Reinforcement Learning
      > - Social Interactions in Multi-Agent Systems
      > - Task-Based Agent Context
      > - Task-Oriented Agents
      >* Distributed Problem Solving
      > - Agent-Based Grid Computing
      > - Agent Networks in Distributed Problem Solving
      > - Collective Group Behavior
      > - Coordination and Cooperation
      > - Distributed Intelligence
      > - Dynamics of Agent Groups and Populations
      > - Efficiency and Complexity Issues
      > - Market-Based Computing
      > - Problem-Solving in Dynamic Environments
      > - Distributed Search
      >* Autonomous Auctions and Negotiation
      > - Agent-Based Marketplaces
      > - Auction Markets
      > - Combinatorial Auctions
      > - Hybrid Negotiation
      > - Integrative Negotiation
      > - Mediating Agents
      > - Pricing Agents
      > - Thin Double Auctions
      >* Applications
      > - Agent-Based Assistants
      > - Agent-Based Virtual Enterprise
      > - Embodied Agents and Agent-Based Systems Applications
      > - Interface Agents
      > - Knowledge and Data Intensive Systems
      > - Perceptive Animated Interfaces
      > - Scalability
      > - Social Simulation
      > - Socially Situated Planning
      > - Software and Pervasive Agents
      > - Tools and Standards
      > - Ubiquitous Systems and E-Technology Agents
      > - Ubiquitous Software Services
      > - Virtual Humans
      > - XML-Based Agent Systems
      >On-Line Submissions and Publication
      >High-quality papers in all IAT related areas are solicited. Papers
      >exploring new directions or areas will receive a careful and
      >supportive review. All submitted papers will be reviewed on the
      >basis of technical quality, relevance, significance, and clarity.
      >Note that IAT'06 will accept ONLY on-line submissions, containing
      >PDF versions.
      >Paper submissions should be limited to a maximum of 8 pages in the
      >IEEE 2-column format (see the IEEE Computer Society Press Proceedings
      >Author Guidelines at
      >and will be reviewed by the Program Committee on the basis of
      >technical quality, relevance to data mining, originality,
      >significance, and clarity. Please use the Submission Form on the IAT'06
      >website to submit your paper. Accepted papers will be published
      >in the conference proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society Press that is
      >indexed by EI.
      >A selected number of IAT'06 accepted papers will be expanded and
      >revised for inclusion in Web Intelligence and Agent Systems: An
      >International Journal (http://wi-consortium.org/journal.html) and in
      >Annual Review of Intelligent Informatics
      >The best paper awards will be conferred at the conference on the
      >authors of (1) the best research paper and (2) the best application
      >paper. Application-oriented submissions will be considered for the
      >best application paper award.
      >More detailed instructions and the On-Line Submission Form can be
      >found from the IAT'06 homepage: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/~wii06/.
      >We solicit Industry/Demo-Track papers by the following two methods:
      >(1) Industry papers of 4 pages can be submitted on the same schedule as
      > the research track.
      >(2) Separate 2 page demo proposals can submitted at a later schedule.
      >(3) Full regular paper submissions can include a demo option.
      > That is, a full paper submissions will be asked to
      > specify if they would like to give a demonstration; choice of
      > demonstrations (while utilizing information from the regular reviewing
      > process) will be selected based on value as a demonstration.
      >For options (1) and (2), please find more detailed instructions
      >at the homepages: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/iwi06/iat/?index=demo
      >We are planning to arrange the Demo session in the afternoon of Dec 19
      >(before and during the conference reception), jointly with the WI'06 and
      >ICDM'06 Demo sessions.
      >As an important part of the conference, the workshop program will
      >focus on new research challenges and initiatives. All papers accepted
      >for workshops will be included in the Workshop Proceedings published
      >by the IEEE Computer Society Press, to be indexed by EI, and will be
      >available at the workshops. Detailed information is available at the
      >conference homepage.
      >Note: we will not have a separate workshop registration fee this year
      >(i.e., only one conference registration covers everything).
      >I. Accepted as Fullday Workshops
      >1. International Workshop on Agent and Data Mining Interaction (ADMI)
      >2. International Workshop on Web Privacy Intelligence
      >3. International Workshop on Service Composition
      >4. The 3rd International Workshop on Web-based Support Systems (WSS'06)
      >II. Accepted as Halfday Workshops
      >5. International Workshop on Intelligent Agents in Wireless Sensor Networks
      > (IA-WSN)
      >6. International Workshop on Adaptation and Personalisation for e-Business
      > Intelligence
      >7. International Workshop on Semantics in VO and WS
      >8. International Workshop on Communication between Human and Artificial Agents
      >9. International Workshop on Intelligent Web Interaction (IWI-2006)
      >10. International Workshop on P2P Computing and Autonomous Agents
      >11. International Workshop on GrC and Brain Informatics (BI) for WI
      >12. International Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems in E-Business: Concepts,
      > Technologies and Applications (MASeB'06)
      >13. International Workshop on Research of Agent-based Government Horizon
      > Business Integration Management Systems
      >14. International Workshop on Technologies and Applications of
      > Knowledge Computing on the Web
      >For more information, please visit the conference website at
      >IAT'06 also welcomes Tutorial proposals. IAT'06 will include
      >tutorials providing in-depth background on subjects that are of broad
      >interest to the intelligent agent community. Both short (2 hours) and
      >long (half day) tutorials will be considered. The tutorials will be
      >part of the main conference technical program. Detailed information
      >is available at the conference homepage.
      >Note: we will not have a separate tutorials registration fee this year
      >(i.e., only one conference registration covers everything).
      >Important Dates
      >Workshop proposal submission: April 10, 2006
      >Electronic submission of full papers: ** July 5, 2006 **
      >Tutorial proposal submission: July 15, 2006
      >Notification of paper acceptance: September 4, 2006
      >Camera-ready copies of accepted papers: September 29, 2006
      >Workshops: December 18, 2006
      >Conference: December 19-22, 2006
      >Conference Organization
      >Conference Chairs:
      > * Jiming Liu, Hong Kong Baptist University, HK
      > * Benjamin Wah, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
      >Organizing Chair:
      > * Yiu-Ming Cheung, Hong Kong Baptist University, HK
      >Program Chair:
      > * Toyoaki Nishida, Kyoto University, Japan
      >Program Co-chairs:
      > * Matthias Klusch, German Research Center for AI, Germany
      > * Katia Sycara, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
      > * Makoto Yokoo, Kyushu University, Japan
      > * Wray Buntine, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland
      > * Kazuhiro Kuwabara, ATR, Japan
      > * Jianchang Mao, Yahoo! Inc., USA
      >Workshop Co-Chairs:
      > * Cory J. Butz, University of Regina, Canada
      > * Ngoc Thanh Nguyen, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
      > * Yasufumi Takama, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
      >Tutorial Co-Chairs:
      > * Yuefeng Li, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
      > * Pawan Lingras, Saint Mary's University, Canada
      > * Hideaki Takeda, National Institute of Informatics/University of
      > Tokyo, Japan
      >Publicity Chairs:
      > * Marcin Szczuka, Warsaw University, Poland
      > * Guoyin Wang, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
      > * Hui Xiong, Rutgers University, USA
      >Sponsorship Chairs:
      > * Man-chung Chan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK
      > * Einoshin Suzuki, Yokohama National University, Japan
      > * Hongjin Yang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
      >Program Vice Co-chairs:
      > * Jeffrey Bradshaw, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition/UWF, USA
      > * Barbara Dunin-Keplicz, Warsaw University, Poland
      > * Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, University of Paris 6 and CNRS, France
      > * Maria Gini, University of Minnesota, USA
      > * Churn-Jung Liau, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
      > * Jeremy Pitt, Imperial College, UK
      > * Eugenio Oliveira, University of Porto, Portugal
      > * Liz Sonenberg, The University of Melbourne, Australia
      >*** Contact Information ***
      >WI/IAT/ICDM'06 Secretariat
      >Department of Computer Science
      >7/F, Sir Run Run Shaw Building,
      >Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
      >E-mail: wii06@...

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