Special Track on Case-Based Reasoning

30th International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference (FLAIRS 30)
May 22-24, 2017
Marco Island, Florida, USA

News


  • August 11, 2016 The CFP and PC have been added to the site.
  • July 25, 2016 The CBR track has been accepted for FLAIRS-30. We are currently putting together our Program Committee and Call For Papers. Please check back in early August for these details!
  • July 2, 2016 The track is being proposed for FLAIRS-30. Check back in late July 2016.

Important Dates (midnight HST)


November 21, 2016 -    Deadline for paper submission
January 23, 2017 -        Notification of acceptance for papers
February 6, 2017 -        Poster submission (Abstract only)
February 13, 2017 -      Poster Notification of acceptance
February 27, 2017 -      Paper Camera-ready copy due
May 22-24, 2017-         FLAIRS conference


Goal for the Track


This track is intended to gather AI researchers and practitioners with an interest in CBR and related fields to present and discuss developments in CBR theory and application as well as possibilities for collaboration, integration, and sharing of ideas, experience, and best practices between the CBR community and other AI research communities.

Who Might be Interested?


AI researchers and practitioners with an interest in CBR and related research areas. We are actively seeking submissions that can help create or (re)strengthen connections with research communities whose interests overlap with those of the CBR community, including Computational Analogy, Computational Creativity, Goal Reasoning, Cognitive Systems, and Game AI.

Topics of Interest


  • Foundations of CBR
  • Methods for CBR (e.g., representation, indexing, retrieval, adaptation)
  • Evaluation Methods for CBR
  • Practical Applications of CBR
  • Textual CBR
  • CBR and Creativity
  • CBR and Design
  • Distributed CBR
  • Case Base Maintenance
  • CBR in the Health Sciences
  • CBR Integrations
  • Case-Based Planning
  • CBR and Games
  • CBR and Recommender Systems
  • CBR Tools and Methodologies
  • Case-Based Agents
  • Reasoning about Time in CBR
  • Process-Oriented CBR
  • CBR and Knowledge Discovery
  • CBR and Cognitive SYstems
  • Computational Analogy

Call for Papers

Program Committee


Further Information


Questions regarding the Case-Based Reasoning Special Track should be addressed to the track co-chairs:
  • Alexandra Coman, NRC/NRL, USA
  • Joseph Kendall-Morwick, University of Central Missouri, USA
For information about the FLAIRS 30 conference:
  • Conference Chair: Ingrid Russell, University of Hartford, USA
  • Program Co-Chairs:
    • Vasile Rus, University of Memphis, USA
    • Zdravko Markov, Central Connecticut State University, USA
  • Special Tracks Coordinator: Keith Brawner, Army Research Laboratory, USA
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