CFP: Special Track on Sensor Networks at FLAIRS

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Special Track on SENSOR NETWORKS
FLAIRS-24 (In cooperation with AAAI)
May 18-20, 2011
West Palm Beach, Florida.

Sensor network applications have proliferated in the recent years due
to the dipping costs and increasing functionality of modern day
sensors. The only remaining bottleneck in large-scale deployments is
that of processing the information gathered by the sensor networks.
We propose a special track on intelligent information processing (IIP)
techniques to address this challenge. IIP techniques encompass:
knowledge abstraction and representation, to support unified
information storage; learning, to support autonomous sensor networks;
and reasoning and inference, to support decision support. Sensor
networks research is being carried out under a number of banners such
as signal processing, complex systems, artificial intelligence, agent-
technologies, robotics and within a large number of individual
application based research groups. The objective of this special
track is to bring together individuals from industry and academia who
are actively involved in research related to the design, synthesis and
deployment of sensor networks with particular emphasis of intelligent
techniques for information processing and sensor network applications.

Papers and contributions are encouraged for any work relating to
Intelligent Information Processing in Sensor Networks and Sensor
Network Applications. We invite original papers and the topics of
interest include (but not limited to):

* Distributed AI (representation, estimation, inference &
* Intelligent data fusion and aggregation in sensor networks
* Probabilistic and statistical techniques for sensor networks
* Formal grammars for knowledge modeling and plan recognition
* Collective and group decision making, collaborative technologies
* Autonomous agents and self-organization
* Knowledge abstraction, uncertainty and failure in sensor
* Sensor network design and simulations
* Bio-inspired & computational intelligence for sensor networks
* Experience with sensor networks for real-world applications

Interested authors should format their papers according to AAAI
formatting guidelines. The papers should be original work (i.e., not
submitted, in submission, or submitted to another conference while in
review). Papers should not exceed 6 pages (2 pages for a poster) and
are due by 22 Nov, 2010. The paper review process is double blind.
Detailed paper submission guidelines and submission link can be found

Accepted papers will be published by AAAI as a part of FLAIRS-24.

Important Dates:
* Paper submission deadline: 22 Nov, 2010
* Notification of acceptance: 21 Jan, 2011
* Camera version deadline: 21 Feb, 2011
* Conference dates: 18-20 May 2011

* Priyanka Aggarwal, University of Michigan, US
* Vera Goodacre, George Mason University, US
* Anand Kulkarni, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
* Chris Herschel, Boston University, US
* Suryakanth Gangashetty, IIIT-Hyderabad, India
* Sandeep Chandana, University of Calgary, Canada
* Kia Fallahi, University of Calgary, Canada
* Donglin Wang, University of Calgary, Canada
* Karun Verma, Thapar University, India
* Deepak Garg, Thapar University, India
* Sandeep Datla, University of Regina, Canada
* Gouri Patil, Osmania University, India
* Ahmed Abdul Moiz Qyser, Osmania University, India
* Ramachandram Sirandas, Osmania University, India
* Manish Cherian, Selfore Technologies, US
* Dhanish Roy, Selfore Technologies, US
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