The 17th International FLAIRS Conference
 Intelligent Agent Systems: Theory, Design and Implementation special track
The Palms South Beach Hotel
Miami Beach, Florida
May 17-19, 2004

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Main Topics

Track welcomes submissions of original high-quality papers. The technical issues to be addressed include, but not limited to:

  • Applications:

    • Data and knowledge intensive domains (e.g., large databases, Internet, digital libraries, financial engineering, business information systems, CSCW)

    • Interaction with software/interface agents (e.g., E-commerce, personal assistant, information filter, tutor)

    • Computational intelligence (e.g., pattern analysis and recognition, imaging, optimization, resource allocation, constraint satisfaction, planning)

    • Physically embodied systems (e.g., autonomous robots)

    • Very-large, complex, integrated intelligent systems

  • Computational Architecture and Infrastructure:

    • Computational architectures, virtual machines, tools and standards

    • Ontology models, multimodal systems and interfaces

    • Agent-level and multiagent-level infrastructure

    • Communication languages and protocols

    • Heterogeneity and interoperability

    • Scalability

  • Learning and Adaptation:

    • Uncertainty management in multiagent systems

    • Integrated exploration and exploitation

    • Neural networks, Artificial life, Evolutionary computation

    • Behavioral selection, behavioral self-organization, emergent behavior

    • Coordinating perception, thought, and action

    • Evolution and learning in dynamic environments

    • Adaptation and self-adaptation

    • Human-agent interaction

  • Data and Knowledge Engineering/Communication:

    • Distributed knowledge systems

    • Adaptation and evolution of knowledge networks

    • Data mining, information filtering

    • Heterogeneous data integration and management

    • Knowledge discovery, Knowledge sharing, Knowledge aggregation

    • Reasoning and planning

  • Distributed Intelligence:

    • Dynamics of groups and populations

    • Coevolution

    • Collective group behavior

    • Coordination and cooperation

    • Social integration

    • Market-based computing

  • Abstract Models for Agent Systems:

    • Coordination models (channel-based, tuple-based)

    • Distributed objects, active objects, actors

    • Locality-centric models (mobile ambients,...)

    • Process algebras (pi-calculus, join calculus, fusion calculus)

    • High-level programming models

    • Specification languages and model checking

    • Formal reasoning, techniques for correctness, automatic support

    • Modeling and simulation by discrete events systems


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