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UKCBR 202 NEW DEADLINE: 17th October 2012

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  • MiltosPetridis
    Dear all, Following numerous requests, the deadline for submissions has moved to 17th October 2012: Follow us on Twitter: @bcs_sgai and #sgaiconf #ukcbr **
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 4, 2012
      Dear all,

      Following numerous requests, the deadline for submissions has moved to 17th October 2012:

      Follow us on Twitter: @bcs_sgai and #sgaiconf #ukcbr

      ** Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this announcement **
      ** Please forward to anyone who might be interested **

      Seventeenth UK Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning
      (UKCBR 2012)

      11 December 2012, Cambridge, UK

      *** Submission date(NEW): October 17th 2012 ***

      Submissions are invited for the 17th UK Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning.
      The workshop is a relatively informal occasion where you can meet CBR colleagues and exchange news, views and opinions as well as presenting and/or learning about the work of other researchers and practitioners.
      As in the last few years, the workshop will again be held in Cambridge, jointly with the British Computer Society SGAI AI-2012 conference on artificial intelligence and its applications.

      AI-2012 is the thirty-second SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence. The venue for the Workshop and AI-2012 will be Peterhouse College. The workshop will run in parallel with the other workshops on the first day of the conference.

      A special rate will be available for those attending AI-2012 on the following two days. SGAI are also subsidising a reduced rate for non-presenting students.

      A warm invitation is extended also to researchers from outside the UK to submit a paper, or otherwise attend.

      Paper submissions are invited on any aspect of case-based reasoning.
      Papers on practical applications of CBR will be particularly welcome.

      Possible topics include, but are not restricted to:
      * the theory of CBR
      * methods for case adaptation, indexing, retrieval, representation,
      explanation, and provenance
      * hybrid, agent-based CBR systems
      * CBR in data mining and knowledge discovery in databases
      * knowledge acquisition, modelling, and management for CBR
      * CBR in engineering, design, manufacturing
      * CBR and the Internet
      * e-Commerce applications of CBR
      * CBR and human learning
      * CBR in software engineering
      * CBR in healthcare
      * textual and Web CBR
      * CBR and the Semantic Web / Linked Data
      * reasoning aspects of CBR
      * novel applications of CBR

      Workshop submissions will be electronic, in pdf format only, using the EasyChair submission system:


      Your paper is required to be in the Springer LNCS/LNAI format, outlined at http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0

      Fuller formatting instructions for the final camera-ready copy will be sent with the acceptance notification.

      Submissions due: October (NEW) 17th
      Notification of acceptance: November 4th
      Camera-ready copy due: November 18th
      UKCBR Workshop: December 11th

      The papers presented at each of the last nine UK CBR Workshops
      have been published as special editions of the BCS SGAI journal Expert
      Update and it is expected that this will also be the case this year.

      Miltos Petridis, School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics,
      University of Brighton

      Miltos Petridis, University of Brighton, England
      m dot petridis at brighton ac uk

      Thomas Roth-Berghofer, University of West London, England
      thomas dot roth-berghofer at uwl ac uk

      Nirmalie Wiratunga, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland
      n dot wiratunga at rgu ac uk
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