[cmc-users] Fwd: CFP: FLAIRS'2006 Special Track on Artificial
Intelligence in Music and Art
douglas irving repetto
douglas at music.columbia.edu
Fri Aug 12 10:00:00 EDT 2005
>Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 23:17:39 +0100
>To: Penousal Machado <machado at dei.uc.pt>
>From: Penousal Machado <machado at eden.dei.uc.pt>
>Subject: CFP: FLAIRS'2006 Special Track on Artificial Intelligence in
> Music and Art
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>ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
>Artificial Intelligence in Music and Art
>Special Track of the19th International FLAIRS Conference
>Melbourne Beach, Florida, Florida, May 11-13, 2006
>The application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques in the fields
>of Art and Music is a significant and captivating research area. There
>is a growing interest in applications of AI in visual arts, music,
>graphics, video, sound, architecture, design of artifacts, and other
>This special track will provide an international forum for researchers,
>scientists, and practitioners to present results from on-going AI work
>in the fields of Music and Art. The objective of this track is to foster
>the creation, refinement and transfer of such ideas, and to promote
>their cross-fertilization over all AI paradigms and relevant application
>The track will be held in Melbourne Beach, Florida, on May 11-13, 2006,
>in conjunction with the FLAIRS 2006 conference
>CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
>We invite original and unpublished contributions on AI applications in
>the analysis, composition, generation, interpretation, performance,
>evaluation, classification, and data mining of artifacts from various
>creative endeavors and fields, such as visual art, graphics, video,
>music, sounds, architecture, design of physical artifacts, sculpture,
>literature, poetry, etc.
>Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and included in the
>FLAIRS 2006 conference proceedings, published by AAAI Press.
>SCOPE AND TOPICS
>We invite research from all AI paradigms including symbolic,
>statistical, connectionist, genetic, distributed, and hybrid approaches.
>The track covers a wide range of AI techniques including (but not
>limited to) cognitive modeling, data mining and classification, expert
>systems, generative systems (A-life, chaos, fractals, L-systems),
>grammars, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, hidden Markov models,
>intelligent agents, knowledge representation, knowledge-based systems,
>machine learning, natural language processing, neural networks,
>constraint satisfaction, perception, planning, reasoning and
>inferencing, and swarm intelligence.
>Papers must be submitted on-line, following the FLAIRS submission
>guidelines, and no later than November 21, 2005. They must be written in
>proper English, no longer than 6 pages, including references, and
>formatted in AAAI two-column, camera-ready style. Papers must be
>formatted for US Letter (8-1/2" x 11") paper. For additional details,
>see conference website (http://www.indiana.edu/~flairs06/).
>Reviewing will be doubly blind. Authors should remove their names and
>affiliations from submitted papers, and should take reasonable care that
>their identity is disguised. References to own work should be referred
>to in the third person, e.g., "Smith (Smith 2003) has shown...,".
>TIMETABLE FOR AUTHORS
>Paper submissions are due electronically by November 21, 2005.
>Notification letters will be sent via email by January 20, 2006. Final
>camera-ready copies are due electronically by February 13, 2006.
>College of Charleston, USA
>manaris at cs.cofc.edu
>University of Coimbra, Portugal
>machado at dei.uc.pt
>Submission: November 21, 2005
>Notification: January 20, 2006
>Camera ready: February 13, 2006
>Special Track: May 11-13, 2006
>PROGRAM COMMITTEE AND OTHER INFORMATION
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