2nd call for papers - AI conference

Vijay Kumar Sagar <asvksagar@alpha.ntu.ac.sg>
13 Jun 1996 23:28:27 -0400

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From: Vijay Kumar Sagar <asvksagar@alpha.ntu.ac.sg>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,comp.databases
Date: 13 Jun 1996 23:28:27 -0400
Organization: NTU
Keywords: conference, CFP

2nd call for papers - AI conference


The Joint Pacific Asian Conference on Expert Systems/
Singapore International Conference on Intelligent Systems


24-27 February, 1997

Orchard Hotel, Singapore.

PACES/SPICIS'97: Second Call for Papers


The Pacific Asian Conference on Expert Systems
and the Singapore International Conference on
Intelligent Systems are both biennial international
events which focus on intelligent systems and their
applications. These two events have been combined
for the 3rd offering in 1997. The objectives of the
PACES/SPICIS =8C97 conference are to promote
research and development in the areas of intelligent
systems in:

-providing a forum for the introduction and discussion
of new research results and technologies

-encouraging the exchange of ideas and experiences
in the development of artificial intelligence applications

-providing a forum for practitioners to review and
evaluate new results, tools and methods in the areas
of intelligent systems development

-providing a forum for researchers to become exposed
to practical problems in the development of intelligent

This conference is designed to fulfil the needs of a
diverse body of attendees, including: researchers,
practitioners/developers, users, educators,
system managers, and product vendors. The focus
of the conference is on discovering and exploiting
new opportunities afforded by global networking and
the internet using intelligent computing techniques

"Intelligence in and on the Information Superhighway"

The conference will include: Tutorials, Technical Sessions
of Invited, Oral and Poster papers and an Exhibition of
Vendor Products.


Call for Papers

Papers describing research results, theory,
applications and tutorial material related to
intelligent systems may be submitted for the conference.
The conference will combine presentations from industrial,
academic as well as research organisations. Proposals for
Tutorials and Panels are also invited. Topics of interest

- very large databases
- intelligent navigation tools and techniques
- intelligent executive information systems
- distributed intelligent agents
- user interfaces
- distributed expert systems
- distant ICAI learning
- decision support systems
- neural networks
- fuzzy systems
- genetic algorithms
- multimedia systems
- image and voice processing
- virtual systems
- database mining
- case-based reasoning
- other related topics of interest


Co-Organised by
School of Applied Science,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)
Institute of Systems Science,
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Japan-Singapore AI Centre,
Information Technology Institute, Singapore (ITI)

Co-Sponsored by
National Computer Board (NCB)
Singapore Computer Society (AI Chapter) (SCS)
Institution of Electrical Engineers,UK (IEE)

In Cooperation with
American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence (JSAI)
Korean Expert Systems Society (KESS)
Korean Advanced Institute for Science & Technology (KAIST)
Chinese Association of Artificial Intelligence (CAAI)
Chinese Association of Automation (CAA)
                -- Agricultural Engineering Chapter
                - Pattern Recognition & Machine Intelligence Chapter

International Steering Committee
Dr Juzar Motiwalla, ISS, Singapore (Chairman)
Professor Harcharan Singh, NTU, Singapore
Dr Francis Yeoh, ITI, Singapore
Professor Jae Kyu Lee, KAIST, Korea
Professor Riichiro Mizoguchi, Osaka Univ, Japan
Professor Fan-Lun Xiong, Academia Sinica, China

PACES/SPICIS '97 Programme Committee
Dan Patterson, ISS, Singapore (Chairman)
J T Buchanan, Strathclyde Univ, UK
Chan Tak-Wai, NCU, Taiwan
Aysegul Cuhadar, Gaziantep Univ, Turkey
Fumio Hattori, NTT, Japan
Hiroshi Motoda, Osaka Univ, Japan
Ko Chi Chung, NUS, Singapore
Khoong Chan Meng, ITI, Singapore
Masahiro Hori, IBM, Japan
Michel Pasquier, NTU, Singapore
Quek Hiok Chai, NTU, Singapore
Barry Shepherd, ISS, Singapore
Tan Ah Hwee, ISS, Singapore
Tan Sek Wah, ITI, Singapore
Tan You Tong, ITI, Singapore
Takao Terano, Tsukuba Univ, Japan
Austin Tate, Edinburgh Univ, UK
Stephen Smoliar, Xerox Parc, USA
Yoshiyuki Koseki, NEC, Japan

PACES/SPICIS '97 Organising Committee
Graham Leedham, NTU, Singapore (Chairman)
Chee Chean Wee, ITI, Singapore
Vijay Sagar, Essex Univ, UK/NTU, Singapore
Jacqueline M L Tan, NTU, Singapore
Centre for Continuing Education, NTU, Singapore


Submissions of Papers, Tutorials and Panels:

Original full paper (2000-5000 words) due:
15 July 1996

Author notification:
  30 September 1996

Full Cameral Ready papers due:
  15 November 1996

Tutorial and Panel Proposals due:
  16 August 1996

Three copies of an original full paper (2000-5000 words),
for oral or poster presentation, with all authors names and
affiliations and the contact information (fax number,
telephone number & email address) of the lead author
plus a short abstract of approximately 250 words,
keywords and type of submission, must reach the
conference secretariat at the address given below by
15 July 1996.

Proposals for tutorials and panel sessions should also be
sent to the address below by 16 August 1996.

PACES/SPICIS'97 Conference Secretariat,
Centre for Continuing Education,
Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore 639798

Final camera-ready papers suitable for publication in the
proceedings will be required by 15 November 1996 and
must not have been previously published or under
consideration elsewhere.

Upon acceptance, authors will be required to register
and present their papers. Papers will be published
in the conference proceedings only if at least one of
the authors is officially registered.


Social Events

Conference social events will include tours to local
areas of interest, a conference banquet and a special
Singapore evening social event.


Further Information

For further information on the conference arrangements
the following persons may be contacted:

Local Arrangements

Dr. Graham Leedham
Chair, Organising Committee
School of Applied Science
Nanyang Technological University
Nanyang Avenue
Singapore 639798

Programme Details

Dr. Dan Patterson
Chair, Program Committee
Institute of Systems Science
National University of Singapore
  Heng Mui Keng Terrace
Singapore 119597

URL: http://www.ntu.ac.sg/sas/paces97.html
Email: paces97@uranus.sas.ntu.ac.sg

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