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24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI 2011)

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                               AI 2011
         24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence

                      May 25th to May 27th, 2011
             Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada


  Submission deadline:          January 10th, 2011
  Notification of acceptance:   February 21st, 2011
  Final papers due:             March 6th, 2011
  Conference:                   May 25th to May 27th, 2011

AI'2011, the twenty-fourth Canadian Conference on Artificial
Intelligence, invites papers that present original work in all areas
of Artificial Intelligence, either theoretical or applied such as:

  AI Applications               Knowledge Representation
  Agent Systems                 Machine Learning
  Automated Reasoning           Multi-media Processing
  Bioinformatics and BioNLP     Natural Language Processing
  Case-based Reasoning          Neural Nets 
  Cognitive Models              Planning
  Constraint Satisfaction       Robotics
  Data Mining                   Search
  E-Commerce                    Smart Graphics
  Evolutionary Computation      Uncertainty
  Games                         User Modeling
  Information Retrieval         Web Applications 

Papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee members according to
their originality, technical merit and clarity of presentation.
Each accepted paper will be allocated a maximum of 12 pages in the
proceedings. All accepted papers for which one of the authors will
have registered and present at the conference will be published in the
conference proceedings as Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence by
Springer.  The papers will have to be formatted accordingly.  An award
will be given for the best paper of the conference.  Another prize will
be given for the best paper of which the main author is a
student.  Papers submitted to AI'2011 must not have been accepted for
publication elsewhere or be under review for another conference. 


Authors are invited to submit electronically, by January 10th, 2011,
full papers in PDF, Postscript or MS-Word RTF. All papers must be
written in English. Papers of up to 12 pages in length must be
formatted according to Springer LNCS style. The use of the LaTeX2e
style file available from Springer is strongly encouraged.


AI'2011 is collocated with two cognate conferences: the Canadian
Graphical Interface Conference and the Canadian Conference on Computer
and Robot Vision.

 General Chair:     John Barron, University of Western Ontario, London
 Program co-chairs: Cory Butz, University of Regina
                    Pawan Lingras, Saint Mary's University, Halifax

 Publicity chair:    Dan Wu, University of Windsor
 Proceedings chair:  Jiye Li, York University, Toronto
 Workshop chair:     Sheela Ramanna, University of Winnipeg
 Website chair:      Wen Yan, University of Regina
 Graduate student
 symposium co-chairs:   
                     Maria Fernanda Caropreso, Department of National Defense
                     Svetlana Kiritchenko, NRC, Ottawa
                     Cristina Manfredotti, University of Regina
 Local arrangement chair:
                     Andrew Vardy, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Saint John's

Please mark the dates in your calendar. We hope to receive your
submissions and see you at the conference.