[DL] [Mlnet] CFP Modeling Decisions for Artificial Intelligence

Rosa Meo meo at di.unito.it
Mon Sep 5 11:21:01 CEST 2005

[ Apologies for multiple postings ]

Modeling Decisions for Artificial Intelligence
Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, April 3-5, 2006


Decision making processes, and information fusion tools at large, are
currently embedded in most Artificial Intelligence applications. As a
consequence, systems based on decision making and fusion techniques are
becoming pervasive. They are currently in use in all kind of environments,
from entertainment gadgets to safety-critical or risk management software.

MDAI (Modeling Decisions for Artificial Intelligence) conferences were
initiated (Barcelona, 2004; Tsukuba, 2005) with the aim of providing a
forum to researchers for discussing models for decision and information
fusion (aggregation operators) as well as computational methods and
criteria for model selection and determination.


Proceedings with accepted papers are intended to be published in the
LNAI/LNCS series (Springer-Verlag), and distributed at the conference
(MDAI 2004 and MDAI 2005 proceedings were published in LNCS/LNAI volumes
3131, and 3558, respectively). Besides, papers, that according to the
evaluation of the referees, are not suitable for the LNAI but that have
some merits will be published in separate conference proceedings (CD-ROM,
ISBN 84-00-08306-7, in MDAI 2005).

  Submission deadline: October 7, 2005
  Acceptance notification: December 13, 2005
  Final version of accepted papers: December 23, 2005
  Conference: April 3-5, 2006

TOPICS OF INTEREST: (include, but not limited to)

Methods and Tools:
  -  Information fusion
  -  Aggregation operators
  -  Knowledge integration
  -  Utility and decision theory
  -  Model and operator selection L
  -  Learning methods for parameter determination
  -  Machine learning and statistical learning
  -  Soft computing
  -  Optimization methods

  -  Information privacy and security
  -  Multiagent systems
  -  Data mining
  -  Autonomous robots
  -  Entertainment computing
  -  Subjective evaluation
  -  Medicine
  -  Bioinformatics
  -  Information access
  -  Economic and management sciences

General chairs:    Aida Valls, Josep Domingo-Ferrer
                       (URV, Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain)
Program co-chairs: Vicenc Torra (IIIA-CSIC, Catalonia, Spain)
                    Yasuo Narukawa (Toho Gakuen, Japan)

Local Organizing Committee Chairs:
                    Antonio Moreno, David Riano
                       (URV, Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain)

Program Committee:

G. Beliakov (Australia), U. Bodenhofer (Austria), T. Calvo (Spain),
J. Dujmovic (USA), M. Grabisch (France), E. Herrera-Viedma (Spain),
F. Herrera (Spain), K. Hirota (Japan), M. Inuiguchi (Japan)
J. Kacprzyk (Poland), Z.-Q. Liu (Hong Kong, China), L. Magdalena (Spain)
J.-L. Marichal (Luxemburg), R. Meo (Italy), R. Mesiar (Slovak Republic)
A. Moreno (Spain), S. Miyamoto (Japan), T. Murofushi (Japan)
M. Ng (Hong Kong, China), T. Onisawa (Japan), G. Pasi (Italy)
C. Sierra (Spain), R. R. Yager (USA), N. Zhong (Japan)

Venue: Tarragona (100km south of Barcelona, on the Mediterranean sea) with
its mild climate, its broad and clean beaches of fine sand, and its
significant artistic and architectural heritage make Tarragona one of
Europe's main tourist attractions.

The city was the capital of the Roman province of Hispania Citerior (2000
years ago), and the Roman archaeological complex is now a World Heritage
Site (UNESCO, 2000).

The region is also well known for its gastronomy and also for its wines.
When gastronomy is mentioned in Tarragona, it is usually a reference to
sea-food. Reus (a nearway city) is the home town of Antoni Gaudi.

For details see: http://www.porttarragona.es/empresa/apt/10raonsi.htm
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