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SATCSP-ICTAI 2014 : Special Track on SAT and CSP at IEEE-ICTAI'14


When Nov 10, 2014 - Nov 11, 2014
Where Limassol, Chyprus
Submission Deadline Jul 14, 2014
Notification Due Sep 3, 2014
Final Version Due Sep 24, 2014
Categories    artificial intelligence

Call For Papers

Call for Papers *** Submission deadline June 30 2014 ***

Special Track on SAT and CSP

at the

26th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (IEEE ICTAI’14)
November 10-12 2014, Limassol, Chyprus

Constraint Solving Programming (CSP) and SAT-related technologies are
major related topics of research and application in A.I., opening up
new perspectives
about effective A.I. application domains.

Over the years, the ICTAI conference has become a major forum for the
research communities for presenting new high-quality results (see the
special track program in 2013: )
The second edition of the special track is intended to further develop
the role of ICTAI in this respect.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

CSP methodologies and tools
Constraint networks
Global constraints
CSP and SAT Solvers
Applications of CSP and SAT-based technologies
Heuristic, complete and hybrid search techniques
Heuristics for SAT and CSP
SAT modulo theories
AI techniques based on SAT and CSP
Core, MUC and MUS extraction
Soft/Hard Constraints
Weighted CSP and SAT
Constraint optimization

Program Committee (to be completed)

Armin Biere
Manuel Bodirsky
Assef Chmeiss
Jean-François Condotta
Pierre Flener
Eric Gregoire (Co-Chair)
Katsumi Inoue
Jean-Marie Lagniez
Arnaud Lallouet
Daniel Le Berre
Christophe Lecoutre
Chu-Min Li
Mark Liffiton
Felip Manya
Joao Marques-Silva
Bertrand Mazure (Co-Chair)
Eric Monfroy
Barry O'Sullivan
Thierry Petit
Olivier Roussel
Michel Rueher
Lakhdar Saïs
Yakoub Salhi
Frédéric Saubion
Pierre Schaus
Naoyuki Tamura
Peter van Beek


Papers must be full papers up to 8 pages and obey the standard IEEE
formatting instructions
for conference papers (single-spaced, double-column, 10-point font size).

Papers must be submitted in pdf only through the Easychair special
track submission
page (NOT through the general ICTAI Easychair conference page). See submission
instructions in

All papers will be reviewed by at least two members of the program committee.
Papers must report high-quality original work, be unpublished and not submitted
elsewhere during the whole ICTAI review process.

Each accepted paper must be presented by one of the authors and
accompanied by at
least one full ICTAI 2014 registration fee payment, to guarantee
publication in the

Proceedings and Special Journal Issue

All papers accepted in the CSP and SAT technologies special track will
be included in
the ICTAI 2014 main proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society.
Extended versions of the best papers will be invited for publication in a
special issue of an International Journal after an additional round of reviews.

Important Dates

Paper submission 30 June 2014
Notification 3 September 2014
Camera-ready copy papers 24 September 2014


For reaching the PC Chairs (E. Gregoire and B. Mazure), please send email to

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