ARCOE-11 will accept submissions of long abstracts, for both long presentations and poster presentations. The distinction during the selection-phase will be based on:
1) Relevance, significance and quality of the submission;
2) Degree of interdisciplinarity of the contribution with respect to Tracks 1-3 above, i.e., the contribution's potential to foster cross-pollination and discussions on ARCOE main themes during the event.
In an effort to integrate this relatively new research area, submissions should be able to explicitly and uniformly introduce their work relative to the call for papers and to other approaches. For instance, given specific approaches such as DL-based belief revision, or Context Logic integrated by Natural Language Processing (NLP), or Higher-Order Logic (HOL) or Machine Learning (ML), the authors are expected to introduce their proposals by clearly positioning themselves relative to:
1) Specific canonical problems in their respective area;
2) Paradigms, tools and applications within their own approach;
3) ARCOE's list of canonical problems in Tracks 1-3, i.e., the contribution should be able to make clear how it is positioned relative to ontology and context, ontology engineering and/or general problem solving and communication for agents.All selected abstracts will be included in the Working Notes. Authors are kindly requested to provide keywords upon submission. The format for submissions is the same as that of IJCAI-11. Please check the IJCAI author instructions for the style files. Submissions should be no longer than 5 pages and in PDF format. Note that ARCOE submissions are not double blind. That means the authors' names and institutions should appear in the submitted version.
Please submit electronically to our easychair submission website.
|Abstract submission:||April 6, 2011|
|Notification:||May 10, 2011|
|Camera ready:||May 25, 2011|
|Early registration:||May 17, 2011 (11:59PM, UTC-12)|
|Late registration:||June 21, 2011 (11:59PM, UTC-12)|
|Workshop:||July 18, 2011|