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The CFP submission deadline is now closed.

The Pacific Rim International Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (PRICAI) are biennial international events which concentrate on Artificial Intelligence (AI) theories, technologies and their applications areas of social and economic importance for countries in the Pacific Rim region. Seven earlier conferences were held in: Nagoya, Japan (1990); in Seoul, Korea (1992); in Beijing, China (1994); in Cairns, Australia (1996); in Singapore (1998); in Melbourne, Australia (2000); and in Tokyo, Japan (2002).

The Program Committee of PRICIA-04 invites technical papers on substantial, original, and unpublished research on all aspects of Artificial Intelligence. This conference attempts to meet the needs of a large and diverse community, which includes practitioners, researchers, educators, and users. Topics of PRICAI-04 include, but are by no way limited to:

· Abduction
· Agents
· AI architectures
· AI foundations
· Artificial life
· Bayesian networks
· Belief revision
· Bioinformatics and AI
· Cognitive modelling
· CSCW and AI
· Common sense
· Computational complexity in AI
· Computational learning theory
· Complex systems
· Computer-aided education
· Computer vision / image processing
· Constraint satisfaction
· Creativity support
· Cyberspace intelligence
· Decision making
· Distributed AI
· E-commerce and AI
· Emergent computation
· Entertainment and AI
· Environment sensing / understanding
· Evolutionary computing (genetic algorithm, genetic programming)
· Game playing
· Industrial applications of AI
· Information gathering
· Information retrieval
· Intelligent learning environment
· Intelligent user interfaces
· Internet / WWW intelligence
· Knowledge acquisition
· Knowledge-based systems
· Knowledge discovery & Data mining
· Knowledge media
· Knowledge sharing and management
· Knowledge representation
· Logic programming
· Logics (inductive / descriptive / fuzzy, etc.)
· Machine learning
· Machine translation
· Mobile agents
· Mobile / Wearable intelligence
· Multimedia and AI
· Multimodel systems
· Multiagent systems
· Music, Art and AI
· Natural language processing
· Neural networks
· Ontology
· Planning
· Reasoning Systems
· Reinforcement learning
· Robotics
· Scientific discovery
· Search
· Social intelligence
· Software engineering and AI
· Speech understanding / interaction
· Text analysis / understanding
· User modelling

Papers should be no longer than 10 pages including all tables, figures, and references but excluding an extra cover page. Fonts should not be smaller than 10 pt.

Paper submissions using Springer's LNAI style available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html are recommended.

All papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format via this site. A link will be provided here shortly. The cover page should include the following information:

  • Title of the paper
  • Author names with affiliations, addresses, and phone numbers
  • Email address of the contact author
  • Abstract
  • 1 to 4 content areas selected from the list above

Multiple submission policy for papers
Papers that are being submitted to other AI conferences, whether verbatim or in essence, must reflect this fact on the title page.

If a paper is accepted at another conference (with the exception of specialised workshops), it must be withdrawn from PRICAI-04.

Papers that do not meet these requirements are subject to rejection without review.

Important Dates

CFP Submission deadline is now closed

 15th March 2004Submission deadline for papers
 3rd May 2004Paper notification due
 24th May 2004Camera-ready paper due
 9th-13th August 2004Conference holds

All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness and clarity. Three referees will review each submission.

In addition to full papers, some papers will be accepted as poster presentations. These authors will be given an opportunity to present their research briefly (a few minutes) in oral sessions.

Papers accepted for presentation at PRICAI-04 will be published in LNAI, the series of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, from Springer-Verlag.

Contact Information
For Program or Paper matters, please contact:
Chengqi Zhang (University of Technology Sydney)

Hans Guesgen (The University of Auckland)

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