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Category:   E-Conf
Subject:   Call for participation - AISB
From:   Simon Colton
Email:   simonco_(on)_cs.york.ac.uk
Date received:   29 Jan 2001
Start date:   21 Mar 2001

*************************************************************************** * * * AISB'01 CONVENTION * * University of York * * United Kingdom * * March 21st-24th, 2001 * * * * http://www.aisb.org.uk/2001conventi on * * * * CALL FOR PARTICIPATION * * * *************************************************************************** (Apologies if you receive this more than once) Please consider attending the AISB'01 convention this year. The convention will consist of seven specialised symposia held over 3 days at the University of York, United Kingdom. The theme of the convention is 'Agents and Cognition' and there are some symposia on agents, as well as a variety of other topics. Over 100 technical papers will be presented as well as the following 6 invited talks with plenary sessions: Professor Nick Jennings (21st March) Department of electronics and computer science, Southampton University. "Automated Haggling: Building Artificial Negotiators" Dr. Lyndon Lee (22nd March) ISR Intelligent Agent Research, British Telecom. "Multi-Agent Research at BT" Professor Andrew Jones (23rd March) Department of Philosophy, University of Oslo. "On the Concept of Trust" Dr. Christoph Benzmueller (23rd March) University of Birmingham/Saarland University. "An Agent Based Approach to Reasoning" Thanks to the Automated Reasoning Workshop for their support in inviting Christoph. Professor Jim Doran (24th March) Department of Computer Science, University of Essex. "Agents and Ecosystem Management: from the Fraser River to Boolean Networks" Dr. Enric Plaza (keynote speaker in the Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems) Institut d'Investigaci en Intelligencia Artificial, Campus Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Title to be announced. Thanks to AgentLink for their support in inviting Enric. Attached to this email is some information about the city of York, a breakdown of the topics to be covered in the symposia and a registration form for the convention. If you wish to register, please fill in the form and send it to Dr. Eduardo Alonso (address given with form). Registration forms are also available at the convention web site: http://www.aisb.org.uk/2001conventi on If you have any questions, please contact the convention chair: Simon Colton Department of Computer Science University of York Heslington, York. YO10 5DD. UK. +44 1904 432707 simonco_(on)_cs.york.ac.uk http://www.dai.ed.ac.uk/%7Esim onco Yours sincerely, Simon Colton and Eduardo Alonso ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The City of York ================ York is a thriving modern city, but you'll find constant reminders of its Roman, Viking and Medieval past. An ideal base for visiting the nearby National Parks and heritage coastline, York is ideal for a short break at any time of the year. York is the best preserved medieval city in the United Kingdom, surrounded by ancient stone walls and four magnificent 'bars' which form the gateways to the city. York Minster is the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe and a must for all visitors to York. The Jorvik Viking Centre breathes fresh life into York's Viking past in a brand new interpretation of 10th century Yorvik. Accommodation is available at the university campus,a 200-acre landscaped park, well-known for its idyllic lake and wildfowl. The convention banquet will be held at King's Manor, one of York's most attractive and unusual sites. Originally the Abbot's House of St Mary's Abbey, the King's Manor served the Tudors and Stuarts as a seat of government, becoming a school and residences in the 18th century. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The AISB'01 Symposia ==================== -------------------------------------- Eighth Workshop on Automated Reasoning -------------------------------------- Keywords: theorem proving in classical and non-classical logics, equational reasoning, unification, induction, logic programming, functional programming, constraint solving, formal methods for specifying, transforming and verifying systems (in particular safety-critical systems), non-monotonic reasoning, abduction logic-based knowledge representation (in particular description logics). Workshop Chair: Andrei Voronkov, University of Manchester, UK. Further details are available here: http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/ %7Evoronkov/ARW2001/ ---------------------------------------------------- Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems ---------------------------------------------------- Keywords: learning and adaptation in multi-agent systems, evolutionary agents and emergent multi-agent structures, learning from interaction with humans, learning by observation, imitation and cooperation, practical applications of learning agents, agent learning and cognition, distributed learning. Symposium Chairs: Daniel Kudenko and Eduardo Alonso, University of York, UK. Further details are available here: http://www-users.cs .york.ac.uk/%7Ekudenko/aisb01/ -------------------------------------------------- Symposium on AI and Creativity in Arts and Science -------------------------------------------------- Keywords: cognitive musicology and intelligent music systems, computer-based visual art, creative language (especially humour and stories), scientific creativity, methodologies for study and/or simulation of creative behaviour, art works of all kinds whose creation involves computational creativity. Symposium Chair: Geraint Wiggins, City University, UK. Further details are available here: http://www.soi.city.ac.u k/%7Egeraint/aisb01/ ------------------------------------------------------- Symposium on Emotion, Cognition and Affective Computing ------------------------------------------------------- Keywords: the use of emotions in human-computer interaction, emotions in computer-mediated communication, emotional models in computing, studying human emotion though computers. Symposium Chair: Colin Johnson, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. Further details are available here: http://www.cs.ukc.ac.uk/people/staff/cgj/research/aisb2001/aisb2001.html ---------------------------------------------- Symposium on Information Agents for E-Commerce ---------------------------------------------- Keywords: adaptivity/personalisation, architectures, auctions, data mining, document management, economics, information integration, information trading, information dissemination, negotiation, supply chain, trust, privacy and security issues, user interface design issues, visualisation issues, practical applications. Symposium Chairs: Michael Schroeder and Kostas Stathis, City University, UK. Further details are available here: http://lima.soi.city.ac.uk/aisb/c fp.htm ------------------------------------------------------------------ Symposium on Nonconscious Intelligence: From Natural To Artificial ------------------------------------------------------------------ Keywords: implicit learning in humans and artificial agents, nonconscious information processing, implicit versus explicit learning, computational models of implicit learning, AI systems with nonconscious processing capabilities, social aspects of nonconscious information processing, nonconscious cognition in multi-agent societies, implicit negotiation, nonconscious facets of representation and inference, nonconscious facets of natural language understanding. Symposium Chairs: Axel Cleeremans, Free University of Bruxelles, Belgium. Pawel Lewicki, University of Tulsa, USA. Further details are available here: http://srsc.ulb.ac.be/AISB.html ----------------------------------------------------- Symposium on Software Mobility and Adaptive Behaviour ----------------------------------------------------- Keywords: software mobility in evolutionary and self-organising systems, ants, mobile agents and mobile code, active networks. Symposium Chair: Luc Moreau, University of Southampton, UK. Further details are available here: http://www.ecs.soton .ac.uk/%7Elavm/aisb/cfp.html ----- 8< ----------------------- 8< ---------------------- 8< --------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- AISB'01 REGISTRATION FORM ========================= The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (SSAISB) 21st-24th March 2001, University of York, United Kingdom. For each person registering, please print out a copy of this form and post it to: Eduardo Alonso Department of Computer Science University of York Heslington York YO10 5DD United Kingdom Please also email Eduardo Alonso (ea_(on)_cs.york.ac.uk) to let us know you have registered. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Convention Registration ======================= If you're not already a member, please consider joining SSAISB, as there are many benefits including cheaper registration fees for AISB'01. In particular, if UK students join SSAISB, they will actually save 5 pounds on the registration fee for AISB'01. If you would like to join SSAISB, please tick one as appropriate: [ ] I would like to join SSAISB at 15/19/25 pounds (I am currently a student in the UK/Europe/World) [ ] I would like to join SSAISB at 25 pounds (I live in the UK) [ ] I would like to join SSAISB at 28 pounds (I live in Europe) [ ] I would like to join SSAISB at 45 pounds (I live outside Europe) Students - please include a photocopy of your student card. If joining SSAISB, please fill the form at this site: http://www.aisb.org.uk/membership and mark the form: "First year membership paid as part of AISB'01 registration" Please tick one as appropriate: [ ] I would like to register for AISB'01 as an SSAISB member at 90 pounds [ ] I would like to register for AISB'01 as a non-member at 110 pounds [ ] I would like to register for AISB'01 as a student SSAISB member at 50 pounds [ ] I would like to register for AISB'01 as a student non-member at 70 pounds Convention registration entitles delegates to attend all invited talks, any of the technical sessions in any symposia, proceedings from up to 3 symposia, a reception on Weds 21st March and teas, coffees, etc. throughout. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Symposia and Proceedings ======================== Convention registration entitles you to up to three proceedings. Additional proceedings can be purchased for 7 pounds each. Please sign up for up to three symposia for which you will receive the corresponding proceedings. Please note that convention registration entitles you to attend all symposia but you will only be guaranteed a place at the symposia you sign up for below. Number of Extra Proceedings Attend Symposium at 7 pounds each ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ [ ] AI and Creativity in Arts and Sciences, 23rd-24th) [ ] [ ] 8th Workshop on Automated Reasoning (22nd-23rd) [ ] [ ] Software Mobility & Adaptive Behaviour (23rd-24th) [ ] [ ] Nonconscious Intelligence (22nd-23rd) [ ] [ ] Emotion, Cognition & Affective Computing (23rd-24th) [ ] [ ] Adaptive Agents & Multi-Agent Systems (22nd-23rd) [ ] [ ] Information Agents for E-Commerce (22nd-23rd) [ ] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ On-Campus Accommodation ======================= On-campus accommodation will be in James college, which is very near to the conference centre. Accommodation includes breakfasts. I would like EN-SUITE accommodation for these nights (at 40 pounds per night): [ ] Wednesday 21st March [ ] Thursday 22nd March [ ] Friday 23rd March [ ] Saturday 24th March [ ] Sunday 25th March [ ] Other days: I would like STANDARD accommodation for these nights (at 27 pounds per night): [ ] Wednesday 21st March [ ] Thursday 22nd March [ ] Friday 23rd March [ ] Saturday 24th March [ ] Sunday 25th March [ ] Other days: Please accept our apologies for previously advertising standard accommodation as 25 pounds per night, which was incorrect (a typing error). If you are driving to the convention, please indicate which days you will need a parking space. Car parking costs 1 pound per day if you tell us in advance, 3 pounds per day otherwise. I would like parking on: [ ] 21st [ ] 22nd [ ] 23rd [ ] 24th [ ] 25th ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Meals ===== The convention banquet is on Friday 23rd March at 7:30pm at the Kings Manor in York. This costs 35 pounds plus 2 pounds for a coach to the city centre and back (37 pounds in total). Drinks are included with the meal. Please come, it will be a very enjoyable event. There is also a reception and buffet starting at 7:30pm on Wednesday 21st March. [ ] I would like vegetarian meals. Please choose either to have all the meals or select the individual meals you require. [ ] I would like all meals (including the banquet), costing 73 pounds in total. [ ] I would like to choose the following meals: [ ] Buffet on Wednesday at 8:00pm at 12 pounds [ ] Lunch on Thursday 22nd March at 8 pounds [ ] Lunch on Friday 23rd March at 8 pounds [ ] Lunch on Saturday 24th March at 8 pounds [ ] I would like to attend the convention banquet at 37 pounds If you are attending the banquet, please also fill out the form here: Banquet indication form and send it to the above address. If you have special dietary requirements other than being vegetarian, please contact the local organiser, Eduardo Alonso at ea_(on)_cs.york.ac.uk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Payment ======= The total amount is ________________ pounds sterling. Please tick as appropriate: [ ] I enclose a cheque made payable to The University of York. [ ] I would like to pay by credit card: Card Type: Visa/Mastercard/American Express/Access (please delete as necessary) Card Number: Card Holder's Name: Expiry Date: Signature: __________________________________ Address at which the card is registered: Is this a corporate credit card? Yes/No [ ] I would like to pay by bank transfer to the following account: Midland Bank Parliament Street, York Account number: 2089 8201 Sort code: 40 47 31 Reference: AISB-2001 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Personal Details ================ First name: Last name: Affiliation: Full Postal Address: Email: Telephone: Fax: -----------------------------------------------------------------------
 

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