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 CFP: The AI Pride Issue (IEEE intelligent systems special issue)

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IEEE Intelligent Systems

THE AI PRIDE ISSUE

Guest editor:
Tim Menzies, CSEE,
West {*filter*}ia University, USA

AI is no longer a fledging technology but a well established
discipline with many outstanding accomplishments. Most of the
space in current journals is taken up by research trying to
push the state-of-the-art into new areas. This special issue
does the opposite: instead of focusing on new and promising
research avenues, this special issue aims to gather together
in one place all the high water marks of practical AI.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

** Reports on the high water marks in the fields of
   -- planning
   -- scheduling
   -- information retrieval and text mining
   -- diagnosis
   -- learning
   -- robotics
   -- vision
   -- industrial applications of AI
   -- data mining
   -- natural language processing
   -- AI for software engineering
   -- etc

** Survey articles of recent large multi-research initiatives
   such as HPKB, RKF, or  the older programs such as Esprit
   and the Fifth generation project.

** Review articles on results of the numerous "challenge
   problem" initiatives.

Contributions may take two forms:

** Standard sized articles (up to 7500 words) describing in a
   comprehensive fashion the results and achievements of a
   research area

** Shorter articles (2000 words) summarizing previous
   publications that describe outstanding results.

Because IEEE Intelligent Systems is a magazine, not a
journal, we encourage active articles, accessible to a wide
range of readers. Submissions must therefore be approachable
to the broader audience and have a strong practical
application component.

Each contribution must have three parts:

** Firstly, there must be a description of the technique or
   application under discussion.

** Secondly, there must be a section describing the empirical
   results with this technique or application. This result
   section should clearly demonstrate the stand-out
   uniqueness and/or importance of the technique or
   application.

** Thirdly, there must be a (possibly short) methodological
   section explaining how best to assesses this kind of
   application of technique. This third section may be viewed
   as template for researchers seeking methods to assess
   their application.

IMPORTANT DATES

  December 13, 2002:  Submissions due
  Feb 25, 2003, notification of acceptance
  11 Mar, 2003: final version submitted
  30 Apr, 2003: issue ships

FORMAT OF SUBMISSION

Articles will range from three to ten magazine pages,
including all figures, tables, and sidebars. This is 2,000 to
7,500 words (counting a standard figure or table as 250
words). References should be limited to 10 citations. For
more details, see
http://www.*-*-*.com/

Note that short papers are STRONGLY encouraged since we seek
to document a wide range of AI's accomplishments.

QUESTIONS?


--
Tim Menzies (phd,ai,unsw), SE research chair (wvu)
NASA/WVU IV&V Facility,100 University Dr, Fairmont,WV,26554

ph:+1-304-367-8263; fax:+1-304-293-8602; office,WVU:ESB 949

"Imagination is intelligence having fun."



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