Final CFP: ARA@FLAIRS-35

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Do not forget, on Monday, there is a deadline for abstract submission but you still have one more week to finish the paper for FLAIRS-35.

Looking forward for your contributions.

Roman Barták
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Call for Papers: Autonomous Robots and Agents @ FLAIRS 2022

CALL FOR PAPERS
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Autonomous Robots and Agents
A Special Track at the 35th International FLAIRS Conference (FLAIRS 2022)

Hutchinson Island, Jensen Beach, Florida, USA
May 15-18, 2022
http://ktiml.mff.cuni.cz/~bartak/FLAIRS2022/

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The Florida AI Research Society (FLAIRS) hosts the conference in cooperation with the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) since 1988, so FLAIRS is one of the oldest AI conferences. The 35th conference is organized at Hutchinson Island, Florida, USA, on May 15-18, 2022.

The special conference track on Autonomous Robots and Agents welcomes papers from all areas bridging AI techniques and robotics applications. The track's goal is to bring researchers from still diverted areas of robotics, intelligent agents, and artificial intelligence back together to work on novel integrated approaches for the development of autonomous systems, both physical and virtual.

The special track is aimed at AI researchers who apply their research results in real environments using real or virtual agents/robots and to robotics researchers who are enhancing their robots' capabilities by higher-level reasoning. Papers and contributions are encouraged for any work bridging the AI methods and robotics.

The track runs since 2014. Everyone is welcome to look at the papers from previous editions on the special track web page.

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Topics include:

* system architectures bridging sensory and action elements with reasoning capabilities
* perception, processing, and acting: sensors, vision, motion systems
* planning domain/world representation for real-life problems
* automated extraction/acquisition of planning domain/world models
* goal reasoning
* life-long autonomy
* motion, path, and action planning
* planning and execution
* robot control and behavior: localization, navigation, planning, simulation, visualization, virtual reality modeling
* evolutionary and cognitive robotics
* entertainment robotics
* applications of autonomous intelligent robots: robots for exploration, service, hazardous environments
* intelligent virtual agents, autonomous characters, and computer games

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Publication and Paper Submission:

Interested authors should format their papers according to the FLAIRS formatting guidelines. The papers should be original work (i.e., not accepted, in submission, or submitted to another conference while in review). Papers should not exceed six pages (four pages for a poster). For FLAIRS-35, the reviewing is a double-blind process. Author names and affiliations should be excluded from the paper (but include them in the EasyChair meta-data). Papers must be submitted as PDF through the EasyChair conference system, accessed through the conference website (http://www.flairs-35.info/). The authors should indicate the Autonomous Robots and Agents special track for submissions. The FloridaOJ will publish the proceedings of FLAIRS. FLAIRS requires that there is at least one full author registration per paper.

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Important dates:

* Abstract submission deadline: January 17, 2022
* Paper submission deadline:    January 24, 2022
* Notification of paper decisions: February 22, 2022
* Final version of papers due:   March 8, 2022

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Track Organizers:

Roman Bartak, David Obdrzalek (Charles University, The Czech Republic)
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