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2nd CfP German Conf. on AI (KI2004)

From: Dept AI Uni Ulm <kuenstliche.intelligenz@informatik.uni-ulm.de>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 16:01:21 +0100 (CET)
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         27th GERMAN CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
                          -- KI2004 --
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                 (co-located with INFORMATIK 2004)

                   September 20-24, Ulm, Germany
                     http://ki2004.uni-ulm.de/
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2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

The conference invites original research contributions from all areas
of Artificial Intelligence. Besides work on theoretical foundations,
papers on novel applications and the integration of methods are
particularly welcome. As the conference will be co-located and
interleaved with INFORMATIK 2004, the annual German Conference on
Informatics, we aim at a particularly broad spectrum of topics and
aspects.

Topics
The areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
Agent Technology; Automated Reasoning; Case-based Reasoning;
Computational Logic; Computer Vision; Cognitive Modeling; Cognitive
Robotics; Configuration and Design; Constraint Reasoning; Diagnosis;
Game Playing; Image Understanding; Intelligent Planning; Intelligent
Scheduling; Intelligent User Interfaces; Knowledge-based Systems;
Knowledge Discovery; Knowledge Management; Knowledge Representation
and Ontologies; Machine Learning; Multiagent Systems; Natural Language
Processing; Neural Networks; Neurosymbolic Integration; Probabilistic
Reasoning; Reasoning about Actions; Reasoning under Uncertainty;
Robotics and Machine Perception; Search; Semantic Web; Soft Computing;
Theorem Proving; Temporal and Spatial Reasoning Submission

Submission deadline is April 8.

Conference submission is electronic, in pdf or postscript format. The
paper submission system will be available on this website in the
beginning of March.

Submitted papers must not exceed 15 pages and should conform to
Springer LNCS style. Papers must be written in English. The conference
proceedings will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes in
Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) Series. At least one author of each
accepted paper must register for the conference and present the
contribution.

Further information is available on the conference website:
http://ki2004.uni-ulm.de
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