ASAI'99 - Preliminary Call for Papers

Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence

Buenos Aires, Argentina

September 8-9, 1999

The Argentine Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (ASAI'99) will be
held in Buenos Aires, on September
8-9. The symposium aims to provide a forum for researchers and
practitioners to discuss and interchange ideas
and experiences on diverse topic in artificial intelligence. ASAI'99
seeks original works in the wide spectrum of
application of artificial intelligence, from academic research to
industrial and business applications with
significant impact and lessons learned from application development. The
symposium will feature invited talks,
paper and poster sessions, and panels presenting both mature work and
new ideas in research and applications.

 Submissions can be full papers addressing any topic on artificial
intelligence or short papers describing
ongoing research projects at academic or development environments. An
international program committee
using criteria appropriate to their category will review papers. Papers
may be accepted for presentation as talks,
as part of a panel, or as posters. Submissions are due on May 3, 1999.

    ASAI'99 is part of JAIIO'99, the 28th International Conference of
the Argentine Computer Science and
Operational Research Society (SADIO). The full JAIIO Conference will be
held on September 6-10, including
symposiums in other relevant areas.

Symposium Chair

    Anala Amandi (Universidad Nac. del Centro de la Pcia. de Bs. As.-

Program Committee:

    Gerardo Acosta (Universidad Nac. del Centro de la Pcia. de Bs. As -
    Luis Otavio Alvares (Universidad Federal do Rio Grande do Sul -
    Paolo Ciancarini (University of Bologna - Italy)
    Fernando Corbacho (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - Spain)
    Yves Demazeau (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - France)

    Francisco Garijo (Telefonica I+D - Spain)
    Gabriela Hennings (Universidad Nacional del Litoral - Argentine)
    Maria Carolina Monard (Universidade de So Paulo at So Carlos -
    Ana Price (Universidad Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil)
    Fabrizio Sebastiani (Istituto di Elaborazione dell'Informazione -
    Jaime Sichman (Universidade de So Paulo - Brazil)
    Guillermo Simari (Universidad Nacional del Sur - Argentine)

Organization of Academic Sessions:

    Danila Cordero (UNCPBA - Instituto ISISTAN - GOV)
    Ramiro Iturregui (UNCPBA - Instituto ISISTAN - GOV)
    Paula Roldn (UNCPBA - Instituto ISISTAN - GOV)
    Silvia Schiaffino (UNCPBA - Instituto ISISTAN - GOV)
    Alejandro Zunino (UNCPBA - Instituto ISISTAN - GOV)


    The submissions of technical papers and project descriptions must
follow the following format: up to 15 pages
(in english), double-spaced, A4 (210 x 297 millimeters) paper, including
name and address of the author/s,
figures and references. Papers should also include an abstract of no
more than 200 words. The format for the
camera-ready copy will be informed together with the acceptance letter.

    Submissions must arrive before May 3, late submissions will most
likely be rejected. Receipt of a submission
will be acknowledged immediately to the contact author.

    Electronic submission, in ghostview-readable Postscript, is the
preferred method.

    Send submissions by e-mail to:

    Otherwise, authors may submit 3 copies of the full paper to the
Symposium Chair:

                               Prof. Analia Amandi
                               UNCPBA - ISISTAN
                              Campus Universitario
                               Paraje Arroyo Seco,
                              (7000) Tandil, Bs. As.,
                              phone: (+ 54 293) 40363
                               fax: (+ 54 293) 40362

For further information send electronic mail to

    E-mail: or


General Information about 28 JAIIO:



Important dates

    Paper submission deadline: May 3, 1999

    Notification of acceptance: June 29, 1999

    Camera-ready papers due: July 16, 1999
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