The 11th International Workshop on Knowledge Management and Acquisition for Smart Systems and Services (PKAW 2010)
August 30 – September 3, 2010 Daegu, Korea

As part of The 11th Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
http://www.pricai2010.org/


 

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‘The 11th International Workshop on Knowledge Management and Acquisition for Smart Systems and Services (PKAW 2010)’ has provided a forum for the past two decades for researchers and practitioners working in the area of machine intelligence. PKAW covers a spectrum of techniques and approaches to implement smartness in IT applications. With the growing recognition of the pivotal role that smartness plays in the sustainability, competitiveness and growth of an organisation, together with the difficulties associated with effectively managing knowledge, finding solutions to address the knowledge acquisition bottleneck is even more important in today’s society than in the early beginnings of this field. This workshop will explore and disseminate the latest solutions.

Machine intelligence solutions incorporating other areas of AI such as ontological engineering, agent-based technology, robotics, image recognition and the Semantic Web are common, as are knowledge acquisition methods related to other fields of computing such as software engineering, security, databases, the Internet, information retrieval, language technology and game technology. Many solutions are application focussed addressing real world problems such as knowledge reuse, sharing, merging and reconciliation within a wide range of problem domains.

TOPICS

Papers are invited for consideration in all aspects of machine intelligence, including (but not restricted to):

  • Fundamental views on machine intelligence
    o Knowledge learning
    o Knowledge management
    o Knowledge representation
    o Ontology Engineering
  • Algorithmic approaches to machine intelligence
    o Automated and manual knowledge management and learning
  • Tools and techniques for machine intelligence
    o Business intelligence applications / Business rule systems
    o Biometrics and bioinformatics
    o Web intelligence / Web 2.0 & Web 3.0
    o Ubiquitous Environments
    o Intelligent agents and knowledge based systems
    o Information retrieval
    o Networking and information security
    o Geoinformatics
    o Multimedia information processing
    o Computational life science
    o Robotics
    o Games
    o Other machine intelligence applications
  • Evaluation methods for machine intelligence techniques, tools and methods

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Important Dates

• Paper Submission: April 23, 2010
• Notification of Acceptance: May 17, 2010
• Camera Ready: June 4, 2010

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Paper Submission

All papers must be submitted electronically as PDF and in Springer LNAI format, using the submission system. Please follow Springer’s manuscript format guidelines (http://www.springer.de/comp/Incs/authors.html). The paper should be up to 15 pages long.

Submission System: http://submission.sersc.org/PKAW2010/

Review

Each submission will be subjected to review by at least two members from the program committee. Acceptance will be determined on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness and clarity.

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Proceedings and Special Issues:

All accepted papers will be published by Springer, Lecture Notes. We plan to publish a selected number of accepted papers in special issues of prestigious international journals after the workshop.

  • Journal of Internet Technology (indexed by SCI(E))
  • Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers (indexed by SCI)
  • SENSORS (indexed by SCI(E))
  • Journal of Security Engineering (indexed by KCI, Korea Citation Index)
  • International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology
  • International Journal of Hybrid Information Technology
  • International Journal of Handheld Computing Research

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Organization

General Co-Chair
Paul Compton, University of New South Wales
Hiroshi Motoda, Osaka University

Program Co-Chair
Byeong Ho Kang, University of Tasmania
Debbie Richard, Macquarie University

Local Chair
Tai-Hoon Kim, Hannam University

Publicity Chair
Yangsok Kim, University of New South Wales

 

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Contact

Concerning suggestions for the conference and other inquiries, write to the Program Co-chairs: Prof. Byeong-ho Kang, Tasmania University (bhkang@utas.edu.au) or A/Prof. Debbie Richards (richards@science.mq.edu.au). For a complete listing of the Workshop Organizing Committee and Program Committee members, please see the committee section.

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