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Call for Workshops (IEEE/WIC/ACM WI-IAT'04)

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Date: 28 Jan 2004 20:23:31 +0900
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                      Call for Workshop Proposals
 The Program Committees of the 2004 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint
 Conference on
       Web Intelligence (WI 2004)     
       Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT 2004)
 invite proposals for the Workshops Program.  Workshops will be held at 
 the beginning of the conference, September 20, 2004 at King Wing Hot
 Spring Hotel, Beijing, China.
 As an important part of the 2004 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference
 on Web Intelligence (WI 2004) and Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT 2004),  
 the workshops program will focus on new research challenges and initiatives 
 in the two fields.  The workshops will foster the discussion of exciting 
 research directions and works in progress through paper presentations, 
 round table and panel discussions, and invited talks. Suggested topics
 for workshops include, but are not limited to, the following:
 + Web Intelligence
   - Intelligent e-Technology 
     (including e-Science, e-Business, e-Learning, 
                e-Finance, e-Government, e-Community)
   - Intelligent Human-Web Interaction
   - Knowledge Grids and Grid Intelligence
   - Semantics and Ontology Engineering
   - Social Networks and Social Intelligence
   - Ubiquitous Computing
   - Web Agents
   - Web Information Filtering and Retrieval
   - Web Mining and Farming
   - Web Security, Integrity, Privacy and Trust
   - Web Services and Grid Services
   - Web Support Systems
   - World Wide Wisdom Web (W4) 
 + Intelligent Agent Technology
   - Agent Systems Modeling and Methodology
   - Autonomous Knowledge and Information Agents
   - Autonomous Auctions and Negotiation
   - Autonomy-Oriented Computing (AOC)
   - Distributed Intelligence 
   - Distributed Problem Solving
   - Learning and Self-Adapting Agents
 To foster interaction and discussion, the workshops will be kept small, 
 with 25-50 participants.  Workshops will typically be half-day or one 
 full day in length. 
 Workshop participants will be required to register for the workshop
 only or the main conferences and the workshop.
 Workshop proposals should include the following: 
    1. Title of the workshop and a brief description.
       Please identify the specific issues on which the workshop 
       will focus.  A discussion of the timeliness and relevance 
       of the workshop is required.
    2. The names, postal address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail
       addresses of the workshop organizers and identification of the 
       principal contact person. 
    3. A proposed schedule for organizing the workshop, a preliminary 
       agenda, and the length of the workshop.
 Workshop organizers will be responsible for:
    a. Producing a "Call for papers/participation" for the workshop 
       and posting it via electronic lists and other means.
    b. Creating a Web page for the workshop.
    c. Reviewing papers and selecting participants.
    d. Scheduling workshop activities.
    e. Publishing workshop proceedings.
       (can be a joint task shared by the main conference).
 Please submit proposals and inquiries before June 10, 2004 to:
   Pawan Lingras (WI-IAT'04 Workshop Chair)
   Department of Mathematics and Computing Science
   Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H3C3, Canada.
   Phone: +1-902-420-5798 Fax: +1-902-420-5035
   e-mail: pawan@cs.smu.ca
 e-mail communications are preferred.
 The 2004 IEEE/WIC/ACM WI/IAT Conference Secretariat 
 The 2004 IEEE/WIC/ACM Web Intelligence (WI'04)
 The 2004 IEEE/WIC/ACM Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'04)
 2004-01-21 16:24:30
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