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ICCBR'09: Call for Paper Submissions

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  • Lorraine McGinty
    Call for Papers for The Eighth International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR 09) Seattle, Washington (USA) 20 - 23 July 2009
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 14, 2009
      Call for Papers for
      The Eighth International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR'09)
      Seattle, Washington (USA)
      20 - 23 July 2009


      The ICCBR-09 Organisation Committee invites submissions on all aspects
      of Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) for the main technical program. A
      reminder of the relevant important dates is given here. The complete
      call for papers (including a list of sample submission topics and
      formatting particulars) is available on the conference website at: http://www.iccbr.org/iccbr2009

      Please also consider participating in some of the other events that
      are part of this years conference. Further details on how you can
      participate in these events can be found ICCBR-09 web site.

      Important Dates for Main Technical Program

      o Submission deadline: 16 Feb 2009
      o Notification of acceptance: 10 April 2009
      o Camera ready copy due: 1 May 2009
      o Conference dates: 20-23 July 2009

      Other Highlights and Events

      Doctoral Consortium: ICCBR-09 will hold the 1st CBR Doctoral
      Consortium (DC) giving early stage postgraduate students working in
      the area of CBR the important opportunity to discuss their research
      ideas and get very valuable feedback.

      Computer Cooking Contest: The 2nd Computer Cooking Contest (CCC) will
      take place at ICCBR-09 and aims to attract new people to deal with AI
      technologies such as case-based reasoning, semantic technologies,
      search and information extraction. The CCC is an open competition.

      Industry / Applications Track Presentations: ICCBR-09 invites
      submissions for a special presentation-only track of deployed
      applications on all aspects of Case-Based Reasoning. The applications
      track provides an opportunity for both industry and academic
      application developers to showcase their work in 20-30 minute high-
      quality presentations, without the need to write a paper.

      Workshops: ICCBR-09 will run both full and half day workshops as part
      of the Workshop Program where participants will have the opportunity
      to meet and discuss topics with a selected CBR focus. Currently a
      number of proposals under consideration. Recent ICCBR workshop focus
      areas have included: health sciences, textual CBR, computer gaming,
      process workflows, context awareness, uncertainty, and knowledge

      Conference Organisers

      Program Chairs:

      o David C. Wilson, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA.
      o Lorraine McGinty, University College Dublin, Ireland.

      Local Conference Chair:
      o Isabelle Bichindaritz, University of Washington at Tacoma, USA.
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