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Bulletin #1, January 2010

 

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Norwegian AI Society restructured

NAIS, the Norwegian AI Society, has been reformed, and is again an active member of ECCAI.

ECCAI Fellows Nominations Sought

At the beginning of each year, the ECCAI member societies nominate individuals whom they consider to have achieved unusual distinction in the field. In addition, two ECCAI Fellows from different countries may nominate a person for fellowship. All these nominations are then considered by the ECCAI Fellows Selection Committee, comprising 6 ECCAI Fellows and the ECCAI Chair. The committee generally selects 5-10 new Fellows each year. The policies governing the operation of the Fellows Committee are under the review of the ECCAI Board.

Nominations for 2010 should be sent in electronic form to Marie-Odile Cordier. Deadline for nominations is March 15, 2010. For more information see the ECCAI Fellows Program.


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Contents of latest issue (Volume 22, no.4 / 2009)

  1. Massimo Narizzano, Claudia Peschiera, Luca Pulina and Armando Tacchella, Evaluating and certifying QBFs: A comparison of state-of-the-art tools
  2. Nada Abdallah and François Goasdoué, Non-conservative extension of a peer in a P2P inference system
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  4. Martijn Kagie, Matthijs van der Loos and Michiel van Wezel, Including item characteristics in the probabilistic latent semantic analysis model for collaborative filtering

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Contents of latest issue (Volume 24, no.6, November/December 2009)

  1. Fei-Yue Wang, Intelligent Systems Now
  2. Robert R. Hoffman, John D. Lee , David D. Woods, Nigel Shadbolt, Janet Miller, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, The Dynamics of Trust in Cyberdomains
  3. Steve Chien, Dorothy Silverman, Ashley Gerard Davies, Daniel Mandl, Onboard Science Processing Concepts for the HyspIRI Mission
  4. James Hendler, Wendy Hall, Society Online
  5. Barbie Clarke, Friends Forever: How Young Adolescents Use Social-Networking Sites
  6. Harry Halpin, Henry S. Thompson, Social Meaning on the Web: From Wittgenstein to Search Engines
  7. Sadie Creese, Koen Lamberts, Can Cognitive Science Help Us Make Online Risk More Tangible?
  8. Kieron O'Hara, David Stevens, The Devil's Long Tail: Religious Moderation and Extremism on the Web
  9. Alexandre Passant, Matthias Samwald, John G. Breslin, Stefan Decker, Federating Distributed Social Data to Build an Interlinked Online Information Society
  10. Thanassis Tiropanis, Hugh Davis, Dave Millard, Mark Weal, Semantic Technologies for Learning and Teaching in the Web 2.0 Era
  11. David B. Skillicorn, Adversarial Knowledge Discovery
  12. Zhiheng Li, Li Li, Yi Zhang, IVS 09: Future Research in Vehicle Vision Systems
  13. Hsinchun Chen, Daniel Zeng, David L. Buckeridge, Masoumeh Izadi, Aman Verma, Anya Okhmatovskaia, Xiaohua Hu, Xiajiong Shen, Zhidong Cao, Fei-Yue Wang, Xiaolong Zheng, Quanyi Wang, AI for Global Disease Surveillance
  14. Emanuele Della Valle, Stefano Ceri, Frank van Harmelen, Dieter Fensel, It's a Streaming World! Reasoning upon Rapidly Changing Information
  15. Mark Ingebretsen, Where's My Personal Robot?
  16. Annual Index
 
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