||[ E-CFP ] 1st CfP: IJCAI-Workshop on Cooking with Computers (Beijing, China)
||27 Feb 2013
||20 Apr 2013
||03 Aug 2013
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Call for papers CWC 2013: 2nd Workshop on Cooking with Computers
3 August 2013 - Beijing, China
Held during IJCAI 2013
Can computers help cooking?
Can "machine learning" help cooking? Can "knowledge representation" help
Can "reasoning" help cooking?
Can "planning" help cooking?
Can "natural language processing" help cooking?
Can any other field of AI help cooking?
The Cooking with Computers workshop aims at gathering researchers from as
many fields of AI as possible. The main objective of this workshop is to
show how some
existing AI approaches could be used to solve problems in the cooking
and eating domain.
= Submission topics
This workshop is widely open to all AI researchers, whatever their
of research is. It is an opportunity for AI researchers to examine
their approaches on a common application and a way to highlight some
possible interactions between AI fields.
Expected submissions include (but are not limited to):
* Machine learning (categorizing cooking elements, e.g. what is a soup?,
prediction of cooking times, ...).
* Classification (organizing recipes, organizing procedures, ...).
* Knowledge representation (representing recipes, cooking procedure,
domain knowledge, flavours and subjective information, ...). * Knowledge
extraction (extracting cooking knowledge, building ontologies, building
inference mechanisms, ...).
* Natural language processing (extracting cooking knowledge from
unstructured natural language texts, ...).
* Reasoning (using inference mechanisms for adapting recipes, creating
new recipes, dealing with nutritional aspects, ...). * Semantic Web
(sharing cooking resources, ...).
* Sentiment Analysis (detecting cooking preferences, ...).
* Video annotation (identifying in a cooking video what is cooked, or
the sequence related to a given preparation, ...).
* Planning / workflows (improving the presentation of preparation steps
to users, ...).
* Human-Machine Interfaces (designing next generation cooking
Application domains include (but are not limited to):
* Cooking assistants
* Recipes design * Cooking and food sustainability
* Cooking for well-being
* Cooking and pedagogy
* Cooking for special regimes
* Interactive recipes visualisation
* Sharing of cooking knowledge
* Cooking and shopping
* Cooking and health
* Cooking and recommendation systems
= Submission format
We invite the following kinds of contributions: * Full research or
application papers (10 pages) describing recent research outcomes,
mature work, prototypes, applications, or methodologies. * Short
position papers (up to 6 pages) describing early work and new ideas that
are not yet fully worked out.
* Demo outlines (2 pages) describing the demonstration of a software
prototype in the poster and demo session during the workshop.
Demonstrations are widely open to any kind of contribution: cooking
system, innovative website, personal assistant application, video,
cooking robots, etc.
* Poster descriptions (2 pages) outlining a poster to be presented in
the poster and demo session during the workshop.
All submissions must be written in English, following IJCAI 2013
= Submission website
Please submit your contributions electronically in PDF format via
= Review criteria
Each submission will
be reviewed by at least two members of the program committee. Review
criteria include: scientific significance, technical quality, clarity
and, above all, originality of the approach.
= Important dates
* April 20, 2013 - Submission of contributions to workshops
* May 20, 2013 - Workshop paper acceptance notification
* May 30, 2013 - Deadline for final camera ready copy to workshop organizer
* August 3, 2013 - Workshop being held
= Registration policy
All workshop participants are required to comply with IJCAI 2013
All papers will be published online, according to IJCAI 2013 publication
Authors of best papers will be invited to produce an extended version of
paper to publish it in a special issue of an AI journal.
* Amélie Cordier, LIRIS, University of Lyon, France
* Emmanuel Nauer, LORIA, University of Lorraine, France
* Michael Wiegand, Saarland University, Germany
* Kerstin Bach, Verdande Technology, Norway
* Olivier Corby, INRIA, France
* Sylvie Despres, University of Paris 13, France
* Antoine Durieux, Chef Jérôme, France
* Takuya Funatomi, Kyoto University, Japan
* Willem Robert van Hage, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
* Ichiro Ide, Nagoya University, Japan
* Marie Lefevre, LIRIS, University of Lyon, France
* Mirjam Minor, Institut für Informatik, Germany
* Thomas Roth-Berghofer, University of West London, UK
* Tomohide Shiabata, Kyoto University, Japan
* Jan Top, VU Amsterdam, Netherlands
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