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COSIT AMI 2009 : Workshop on Spatial and Temporal Reasoning for Ambient Intelligence Systems

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Link: http://www.cosy.informatik.uni-bremen.de/events/cosit09-ami/
 
When Sep 21, 2009 - Sep 25, 2009
Where Aber Wrac'h (Centre de la Mer), France
Submission Deadline May 20, 2009
Notification Due Jun 30, 2009
Final Version Due Jul 15, 2009
Categories    spatial temporal reasoning   ambient intelligence   COSIT   artificial intelligence
 

Call For Papers

Description
A wide-range of application domains within the fields of ambient intelligence and ubiquitous computing environments require the ability to represent and reason about dynamic spatial phenomena. Real world ambient intelligence systems that monitor and interact with an environment populated by humans and other artefacts require a formal means for representing and reasoning with spatio-temporal, event and action based phenomena that are grounded to real aspects of the environment being modelled. A fundamental requirement within such application domains is the representation of dynamic knowledge pertaining to the spatial aspects of the environment within which an agent, system or robot is functional. At a very basic level, this translates to the need to explicitly represent and reason about dynamic spatial configurations or scenes and desirably, integrated reasoning about space, actions and change. With these modelling primitives, primarily the ability to perform predictive and explanatory analyzes on the basis of available sensory data is crucial toward serving a useful intelligent function within such environments.

Qualitative conceptualizations of space and tools/techniques for efficiently reasoning with them being well-established, there is now a clear felt need within the community to utilise the tools and formalisms that have been constructed in the recent years in novel application scenarios. The emerging fields of ambient intelligence and ubiquitous computing will benefit immensely from the vast body of representation and reasoning tools that have been developed in Artificial Intelligence in general, and the sub-field of Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in specific. There have already been proposals to explicitly utilise qualitative spatial calculi pertaining to different spatial domains for modelling the spatial aspect of an ambient environment (e.g., smart homes and offices) and also to utilize a formal basis for representing and reasoning about space, change and occurrences within such environments.


Workshop Co-Chairs

Mehul Bhatt (primary contact)
SFB/TR 8 Spatial Cognition
Universität Bremen
P.O. Box 330 440, 28334 Bremen, Germany
bhatt@informatik.uni-bremen.de

Hans W. Guesgen
School of Engineering and Advanced Technology
Massey University, Private Bag 11222
Palmerston North, New Zealand
h.w.guesgen@massey.ac.nz

Advisory and Program Committee

* Abdul Sattar (Griffith University, Australia)
* Andre Trudel (Acadia University, Canada)
* Antony Galton (University of Exeter, UK)
* Björn Gottfried (University of Bremen, Germany)
* Christian Freksa (University of Bremen, Germany)
* Diane Cook (Washington State University, USA)
* Frank Dylla (University of Bremen, Germany)
* Jochen Renz (Australian National University, Australia)
* Lina Khatib (PSGS/NASA Ames Research Center, USA)



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