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CFP: ICCBR12 Workshop on "TRUE: Traces for Reusing Users' Experience"

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      First CFP: Workshop on "TRUE: Traces for Reusing Users' Experience"
      http://sce.carleton.ca/~mfloyd/ICCBR12-TRUE/

      To be held at the 20th International Conference on Case Based Reasoning (ICCBR 2012)
      September 3-6, 2012
      Lyon, France
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      Important Dates:
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      June 3, 2012 - Deadline for workshop paper submission
      July 6, 2012 - Notification of acceptance for workshop papers
      July 27, 2012 - Camera ready copy due
      September 3, 2012 - Workshop held at ICCBR 2012


      Call:
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      There has been recent interest from multiple perspectives in artificial intelligence
      approaches based around traces. An important part of users' experience is stored in
      traces that record human activity, for example, when interacting with computer systems
      through an application, a game, etc.

      The opportunity to collect user experience as traces enables reusing those traces in
      CBR processes, since such traces capture past user experiences. Therefore, traces
      constitute a knowledge container from which a CBR process may build and reuse cases
      or traces. The goal of the workshop is to gather and contrast approaches in exploiting
      traces for various tasks and domains through CBR.

      We welcome contributions in areas that include, but are not limited to, the following:

      Collecting traces, building cases from traces
      Modeling trace content, trace elements and cases
      Connections between trace components and domain vocabulary/knowledge
      Provenance information regarding traces
      Reasoning via user traces
      Learning by observation, demonstration or imitation
      Retrieval and adaptation of traces or episodes
      Applications (human learning, web search, collaborative work, or other novel application)
      Toolkits and/or methodologies for reasoning via traces
      Architectures of trace reusing systems
      Game playing via reusing user traces
      Tools for integrating trace-based techniques and gaming environments
      Planning from user traces
      Mining traces to find cases
      Interactive learning of dynamic knowledge
      Explanation from traces
      Lessons learned from trace-based reasoning


      Organizing Committee:
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      Michael W. Floyd, Carleton University, Canada
      Béatrice Fuchs, IAE-Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France
      David Leake, Indiana University, USA
      Santiago Ontañón Villar, Drexel University, USA
      Jonathan Rubin, University of Auckland, New Zealand


      Program Committee:
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      David W. Aha, Naval Research Laboratory, USA
      Amélie Cordier, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
      Babak Esfandiari, Carleton University, Canada
      Joseph Kendall-Morwick, Depauw University, USA
      Luc Lamontagne, Laval University, Canada
      Beatriz López, University of Girona, Spain
      Alain Mille, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
      Mirjam Minor, University of Trier, Germany
      Hector Muñoz-Avila, Lehigh University, USA
      Ashwin Ram, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), USA
      Thomas Roth-Berghofer, University of West London, UK
      Antonio A. Sánchez-Ruiz, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
      Ben Weber, University of California - Santa Cruz, USA
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