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DX 2024 : 35th International Conference on Principles of Diagnosis and Resilient Systems

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Link: https://conf.researchr.org/home/dx-2024
 
When Nov 4, 2024 - Nov 7, 2024
Where Vienna, Austria
Submission Deadline Sep 5, 2024
Notification Due Sep 23, 2024
Final Version Due Oct 4, 2024
Categories    diagnosis   resilient systems   AI   resilience
 

Call For Papers

The 35th International Conference on Principles of Diagnosis and Resilient Systems (DX’24) will take place in Vienna, Austria, from November 4th to November 7th 2024.

Formerly known as the International Workshop on Principles of Diagnosis, the DX conference is a forum to present and discuss the latest research, experience reports, and emerging ideas in the context of diagnosis and resilient systems. We value submissions considering any kind of system, from physical to computational, with abstract to detailed representations. In previous iterations of the DX workshop, the focus was on diagnosis, i.e., the identification of root causes for encountered issues and unexpected scenarios, and related techniques, such as prognostics, planning, and control. Moving forward, we would like to expand our focus on diagnosis to the topic of resilience, which is the intrinsic ability of a system to sustain its required operations when impacted by expected and unexpected contingencies. We are interested in papers that cover resilient design as well as approaches for operational resilience.

Topics covered by the DX conference include but are not limited to:

* Monitoring, detection, diagnosis, and mitigation of faults, unexpected issues, and change
* Formal theories and symbolic, sub-symbolic, as well as hybrid approaches for diagnosis
* Connections between diagnosis and other techniques like decision making, (re-)planning & (re-)configuration, control theory, formal verification, and testing
* Concept papers on the theory of design and operational resilience
* Designing, developing, and operationalizing resilient systems
* Hard- and software instrumentation, as well as dependable data acquisition and probing
* Development, learning, abstraction, transformation, analysis, optimization, and transfer of diagnosis models
* Diagnosis in resilient, intelligent, and autonomous systems
* Diagnosis in a distributed, hierarchical, system-of-systems, or multi-agent context

PhD students are encouraged to submit a description of their related research/thesis to be considered for presentation in a special session that focuses on mentoring for PhD research. Accepted entries will be included in our archival proceedings in a dedicated section.

Regular submissions are limited to 20 pages (including references and appendices) in the Dagstuhl Open Access Series in Informatics format as referenced on the conference website. PhD session submissions must be no longer than 16 pages. Authors must submit their papers and PhD session entries electronically via EasyChair as PDF files. By submitting a paper, all authors agree that for each accepted paper, at least one of the authors will register for the conference and attend in person. For PhD session entries, the PhD candidate must attend the conference and present their work.

This year we will have a special submission option where people with a recent (2023-2024) relevant journal or major conference (A or A*) paper, e.g., AAAI, IJCAI, ECAI, ISSRE, ICSE, KR …, can hand in their paper and present it in a special session after acceptance for additional exposure. We will add those submissions to the front matter of the proceedings. All such submissions must have the prefix ’Summary of’ followed by the original title of the publication as title and must explicitly include full bibliographic details (including a DOI) of the original publication. These submissions will not be reviewed in detail, but will be judged and selected by the conference chairs on the basis of the mentioned regular criteria and how well they would complement the conference’s technical program.

The program committee reserves the right to reject without review submissions that exceed page limits, violate the guidelines listed on the conference website, or are submitted in formats other than PDF. All submissions must be made through the conference EasyChair site. Resubmissions that have been accepted at venues without archival proceedings (workshops, ArXiv, …) are welcome when following the specific instructions provided in the submission guidelines.

We are looking forward to receiving your submissions and meeting you in Vienna!

Your DX'24 co-chairs Franz Wotawa, Ingo Pill, and Avraham Natan.

DX steering committee:
Ingo Pill, TU Graz, Austria (chair)
Johan de Kleer, C-infinity, USA
Gautam Biswas, Vanderbilt University, USA
Meir Kalech, Ben Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Israel
Oliver Niggemann, HSU-HH, Germany
Louise Travé-Massuyès, LAAS-CNRS, France
Franz Wotawa, TU Graz, Austria
Marina Zanella, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy


DX'24 Program Committee (a.o.):
Rui Abreu, INESC-ID & U.Porto, Portugal
Carlos Alonso-Gonzalez, U. de Valladolid, Spain
Gautam Biswas, Vanderbilt University, USA
Elodie Chanthery, LAAS-CNRS, France
Alessandro Cimatti, FBK, Italy
Johan DeKleer, C-infinity, USA
Alexander Diedrich, Helmut-Schmidt-University, Germany
Daniel Jung, Linköping University, Sweden
Gerhard Friedrich, AAU Klagenfurt, Austria
Meir Kalech, Ben Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Israel
Bruno Lima, University of Porto, Portugal
Angelo Montanari, University of Udine, Italy
Avraham Natan, Ben-Gurion University, Israel (Chair)
Oliver Niggemann, HSU-HH, Germany
Yannick Pencolé, LAAS-CNRS, France
Ingo Pill, TU Graz, Austria (Chair)
Gregory Provan, University College Cork, Ireland
Belarmino Pulido, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
Pauline Ribot, LAAS-CNRS, France
Patrick Rodler, AAU Klagenfurt, Austria
Indranil Roychoudhury, Schlumberger, USA
Martin Sachenbacher, Univ. Lübeck, Germany
Anika Schumann, IBM Research Zurich, Switzerland
Neal Snooke, Aberystwyth University, UK
Gerald Steinbauer-Wagner, TU Graz, Austria
Peter Struss, TU München, Germany
Markus Stumptner, Univ. of South Australia, Australia
Anna Sztyber, Warzaw Univ. o. Technology, Poland
Stefano Tonetta, FBK, Italy
Gianluca Torta, Università di Torino, Italy
Louise Travé-Massuyès, LAAS-CNRS, France
Franz Wotawa, TU Graz, Austria (Chair)
Marina Zanella, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy

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