CFP – Context Aware Intelligent Assistance (CAIA 2011)

CAIA 2011 investigates the interplay of context and assistance, as both are relative concepts. We invite researchers and practitioners in the fields of recommender systems, pervasive computing, mobile computing, urban sensing, social networking,

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context-aware systems, human computer interaction, or similar, working on Assistance Systems—either from an application centered or a theoretical point of view—to present their work at CAIA 2011.

 

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Context Aware Intelligent Assistance (CAIA 2011)

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located at KI-2011,

Technical University, Berlin

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

http://ursaminor.informatik.uni-augsburg.de/CAIA2011

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CAIA 2011 is the successor of last year’s workshop (CAIA 2010)

where a consensus was researched about defining assistance as a

concept relative to a main task or purpose of a system or user.

 

This year we want to gain a more in-depth understanding of this

definition of assistance in context by studying interesting

applications and investigating how far the definitions take us

and how they should be refined or revised. We are especially

interested in the interplay of context and assistance, as both

are relative concepts.

We invite researchers and practitioners in the fields of

recommender systems, pervasive computing, mobile computing,

urban sensing, social networking, context-aware systems,

human computer interaction, or similar, working on Assistance

Systems—either from an application centered or a theoretical

point of view—to present their work at CAIA 2011.

 

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Important Dates

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Deadline for Submission: July 1, 2011

Notification of Authors: July 15, 2011

Final Version of Papers: August

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1, 2011

Workshop Date: Tuesday, October 04, 2011

 

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Topics of Interest

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Topics include, but are not limited to:

• Formal models of preferences and contexts

– Reasoning about preferences in contexts

-Context modeling

-User preference oriented route planning

• User needs and applications

– location based services

– social networks

– navigation and planning of transportation

• Mobile recommendations

– collaborative filtering

– Interaction of social networks and mobile recommendation

– Mobile feedback and interpretation of user tags

– Semantic aggregation of web 2.0 information and services

– Group recommendations

• Reasoning

– Case based reasoning in mobile recommendation

– Mobile speech technology and NLP

– Dynamic environmental attributes (DEA)

– Multiple goal recommendation

– Event ontologies

 

Demos and applications are most welcome!

 

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Submission Details

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Papers should be formatted according to the Springer LNCS

guidelines. The length of each paper should be between 5 and 10

pages. All papers must be written in English and submitted in PDF

format via http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=caia2011.

Papers could (for instance) report on recent results, introduce

new ideas as position papers or discuss interesting future

research questions.

 

Publication options are currently evaluated.

We will probably offer a “cite-able” online publication format.

 

At least one author of an accepted paper has to attend the

workshop in order for the paper to be published in the workshop

proceedings.

 

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Workshop Organizers

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Stefan Mandl, Univ. Augsburg

Bernd Ludwig, Univ. Regensburg

Florian Michahelles, ETH Zurich

 

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Program Committee

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Florian Alt, Univ. Duisburg-Essen

Oliver Amft, TU Eindhoven

Gregor Broll, NTT Docomo

Tatsuya Inaba, Univ. Keio

Paul Holleis, NTT Docomo Europe Labs

Thomas Kirste, Univ. Rostock

Matthias Kranz, TU München

Kristof van Laerhoven, TU Darmstadt

Carsten Magerkurth, SAP Research

Marcus Meyerhöfer, HEITEC AG

Hans Jürgen Ohlbach, LMU München

Francesco Ricci, Univ. Bozen-Bolzano

Christoph Schlieder, Univ. Bamberg

Ute Schmid, Univ. Bamberg

Edmund W. Schuster, MIT

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