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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   RIA - (Revue díntelligence Artificielle )
From:   Nathalie Colineau
Email:   Nathalie.Colineau_(on)_csiro.au
Date received:   14 Mar 2003
Deadline:   30 May 2003

Call for papers RIA - (Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle) "Artificial Intelligence Review" (Hermes Publisher) Special Issue on Tailored Information Delivery including both Tailored Virtual Documents and Tailored Displays ************************************************************************ ----------------------------- Special issue Editors: ----------------------------- Cécile Paris, CSIRO - Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia Nathalie Colineau, CSIRO - Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia -------------- Overview: -------------- As an increasing amount of information becomes available, the number of systems and services that deliver customised information on a variety of media have increased. To be able to answer the user's information needs, these systems must address a wide range of issues and deploy increasingly sophisticated techniques. This special issue is concerned with Tailored Information Delivery (including both Tailored Virtual Documents and Tailored Displays). The objective of this special issue is to present research on systems that deliver information relevant to users in the context of a task or an information need, using techniques to filter and extract information from heterogeneous sources, and mechanisms to organise and integrate the content to be presented. Research in this domain is typically based on a characterisation of the data (size, modality, media), the users, their tasks and information needs, and coherence or narrative principles. This special issue aims at encompassing work on current applications, methodologies, techniques and evaluations related to this research problem. We thus seek submissions related to the following - Application Domains and systems; - Models, Techniques and Tools; - Principles, Representation Issues, and Integration and Layout Techniques; - Evaluation; and, - Perspectives and Future Trends. --------------------------- Submission Details: --------------------------- We will be seeking full papers describing original and unpublished research that are not simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere. The papers may be written in either French and English. We expect papers to be about 20 pages long, in the format described in the instructions for authors (please refer to the Journal web site: http://ria.e-revues.com/auteu rs.jsp <http://ria.e-revues.com/auteu rs.jsp> http://ria.e-revues.com/acceu il.jsp <http://ria.e-revues.com/acceu il.jsp> >) Papers will be reviewed by at least two expert reviewers. The paper should be sent as an attached document (word, ps or pdf file, format A4) and emailed to nathalie.colineau_(on)_csiro.au < mailto:nathalie.colineau_(on)_csiro.au nathalie.colineau_(on)_csiro.au> >. ---------------------- Important Dates: ---------------------- May 30, 2003: Submission Deadline September 15, 2003: Author Notification October 31, 2003: Camera-ready Paper Submission The Special Issue is expected to be published in December 2003. RIA is a main AI journal in France. --------------------------------------------- International Program Committee: --------------------------------------------- Elisabeth André, Augsburg University, Germany Jean-Yves Antoine, VALORIA, France Michel Beaudoin-Lafon, LRI - Paris-Sud University, France Paul De Bra, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands Patrick Brézillon, LIP6 - Paris 6 University, France= Marie-France Bruandet, CLIPS - IMAG, France Peter Brusilovsky, University of Pittsburgh, USA Ga=EBlle Calvary, CLIPS - IMAG, France Kathy Mc Coy, University of Delaware, USA Robert Dale, Macquarie University, Australia Tony Hartley, University of Leeds, United Kingdom= Daniele Hérin, LIRMM - University of Montpellier II, France Richard Kittredge, CoGenTex, USA Guy Lapalme, Montreal University, Canada Philippe Lenca, ENST Bretagne, France Mark Maybury, MITRE Corporation, USA Alain Mille, LISI - Lyon 1 University, France Catherine Pelachaud, "La Sapienza" University, Italy Jean-Marie Pierrel, LORIA, France Fiorella de Rosis, University of Bari, Italy Ehud Reiter, University of Aberdeen, Scotland Gérard Sabah, LIMSI, France Oliviero Stock, ICT - IRST, Italy Peter Stockinger, ESCoM - MSH, France Jacques Siroux, IRISA - Rennes 1 University, France André Tricot, CERFI - University of Toulouse-le-Mirail, France Keith Vander Linden, Calvin College, USA ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Nathalie Colineau Research Scientist CSIRO - Mathematical and Information Sciences Intelligent Interactive Technology= Locked Bag 17, North Ryde NSW 1670, Australia Phone: +61 2 9325 3151 Fax: +61 2 9325 3200 -----------------------------------------------------------------------

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