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MJCAI

 

The MJCAI 2009 Program Committee invites submission of papers for the 1st  Malaysian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (MJCAI). The purpose of  the conference is to promote research in AI and scientific interchange among AI researchers and practitioners. The conference is hosted by Center of Excellence in Semantic Technology (CoE-ST), MIMOS BERHAD and University Malaysia Sabah and will be co-located with the Asian Semantic Technology Conference (ASTC 2009) at the Palace of the Golden Horses, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

Paper Submission Deadline: 30th April 2009
Notification of Acceptance : 29th May 2009
Deadline for camera ready copies & Author Registration : 15th June 2009
MJCAI 2009 Conference : 14th July 2009 to 16th July 2009
Tutorials: 18th July 2009 & 19th July 2009
ACTC 2009 Conference: 20th July 2009 to 22nd July 2009

 

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Topic Of Interest

Original and previously unpublished submissions are invited on all aspects of AI, both theoretical and applied, including, but not limited to: 

Abduction

Decision theory

Natural language systems

Adaptive systems

Description logics

Neural networks

Agents

Discourse modeling

Ontologies

AI architectures

Distributed AI

Perception

AI and creativity

Evolutionary computing

Philosophical foundations

Artificial life

Expert systems

Planning

Automated reasoning

Game playing

Probabilistic reasoning

Bayesian networks

Geometric/spatial reasoning

Reasoning about action/change

Belief revision

Human computer interaction

Reinforcement learning

Case-based reasoning

Industrial applications of AI

Robotics

Cognitive modeling

Intelligent databases

Satisfiability

Cognitive robotics

Knowledge discovery

Scheduling

Common-sense reasoning

Knowledge engineering

Search

Computational complexity

Knowledge representation

Semantic web

Computer-aided learning

Logic programming

Simulation

Conceptual graphs

Logics for AI

Social intelligence

Constraint programming

Machine learning

Temporal reasoning

Constraint satisfaction

Machine translation

Verification and validation

Data mining

Multi-agent systems

Vision

 

Please go here for more information:
http://www.mimos.my/mjcai2009/index.html

 


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