[ecoop-info] Special Issue on Event Recognition - Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI) Journal

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Mon Sep 6 10:49:31 CEST 2010

Call for Papers

Special Issue on Event Recognition
Applied Artificial Intelligence Journal

Users and organisations collect data in various structured and unstructured digital formats, but they cannot fully utilise  these  data  to  support content and  resource  management.  It is evident that the analysis  and  interpretation  of  the  available  data  needs  to  be  automated,  in  order  for  large  data volumes to be  transformed into operational  knowledge. Events are particularly important pieces of 
knowledge,  as  they represent activities  of  special  significance  both  for  users  and  organisations. Therefore, the recognition of events is of utmost importance. Consider, for example, the recognition of trends given user contributions in social Web 2.0 applications, the recognition of attacks on nodes of a computer network given the exchanged TCP/IP messages, the recognition of suspicious trader 
behaviour  given  the  transactions  in  a  financial  market,  and  the  recognition  of  various  types  of cardiac arrhythmia given electrocardiograms. 
We  invite quality submissions focusing  on various aspects of event recognition, including  analysis of video, audio, text and other sensor data, as well as recognition on fused data sources. While we place  emphasis  on  theoretical  contributions,  we  also  welcome  papers  describing  interesting applications. 

Broad topics include:
- Representation languages for event recognition
- Algorithms for real-time event recognition
- Probabilistic reasoning for event recognition 
- Machine learning for event recognition 
- Event recognition architectures 
- Benchmarks, performance evaluations, and testbeds
- Domain-specific deployments of event recognition systems 
- Multimedia and social media analysis for event recognition 
- Clustering, concept recognition and multi-modal/fusion techniques 
- User interaction and interfaces for event navigation, browsing and management

Key Dates
December 1, 2010 - Submissions
July 10, 2011 - Final Decisions
Publication - November 2011

Email: events2010 at iti.gr
Journal web site: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/08839514.asp

Guest Editors
Thomas Winkler, Fraunhofer IAIS, Germany
Alexander Artikis, NCSR Demokritos
Yiannis Kompatsiaris, CERTH-ITI, Greece
Phivos Mylonas, NTUA, Greece

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