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VRR 2011 : Workshop on Visual Representations and Reasoning @ IJCAI


When Jul 18, 2011 - Jul 18, 2011
Where Barcelona, Spain
Submission Deadline Mar 14, 2011
Notification Due Apr 25, 2011
Final Version Due May 16, 2011
Categories    artificial intelligence   knowledge representation   intelligent systems   cognitive science

Call For Papers

Visual Representations and Reasoning (VRR-11)
A workshop of the 22nd International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Barcelona, Spain --- July 18, 2011

Important Dates
March 14, 2011: Submissions due
April 25: Notification of acceptance
May 16: Camera-ready copy due
July 18: VRR workshop @ IJCAI in Barcelona, Spain

Organizing Committee
Maithilee Kunda, Georgia Tech
Keith McGreggor, Georgia Tech
Jim Davies, Carleton University
Paul Rosenbloom, USC

Program Committee
Thomas Barkowsky, University of Bremen
B. Chandrasekaran, Ohio State University
Ellen Do, Georgia Tech
Ron Ferguson, SAIC
Janice Glasgow, Queen’s University
Gabriela Goldschmidt, Technion
Mateja Jamnik, University of Cambridge
Benjamin Kuipers, University of Michigan
Hari Narayanan, Auburn University
Nancy Nersessian, Georgia Tech
Patrick Olivier, Newcastle University
Steve Tanimoto, University of Washington
Paul Thagard, University of Waterloo
Patrick Winston, MIT


The last few decades have witnessed a lively debate on whether visual mental representations are a real part of human cognition. Likewise, AI systems have varied in how heavily they rely on visual systems of knowledge representation, from purely proposition-based production systems that contain no explicit visual reasoning to systems that use overt models of visual knowledge. Advances in this area may enable more extensive autonomous reasoning in visual domains, foster deeper computational support for and understanding of human problem solving, modeling, and design, and improve human-machine interaction through more intense and effective use of visual representations. Drawing participants from diverse research communities such as AI, HCI, cognitive science, learning science, and design science, this interdisciplinary workshop aims to describe and discuss the latest scientific research that may inform and influence progress towards these goals.

Topics for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

* Cognitive architectures
* Visual and propositional comparisons
* Diagrammatic reasoning
* Educational theory, technology, and practice
* Formal theories of visual representation
* High-level perception
* Mental images in cognition
* Multi-modal representations and reasoning
* Sketch understanding
* Spatial representations and reasoning
* Visual media theory and applications
* Visual representations and mental models
* Visual representations in creativity and design
* Visual representations in human culture
* Visual similarity and analogy


We welcome two types of submissions: full papers (6-8 pages) and shorter extended abstracts or position papers (2-3 pages). Submissions must follow the standard IJCAI two-column format, and PDF submission instructions can be found on the workshop website:

The deadline for all types of submissions is March 14, 2011. Submission is now open.

Additional Info

For more information, please visit the workshop website:

A PDF version of this call for papers can be downloaded here:

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