CFP: International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technologies and Internet Commerce

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    International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web
    Technologies and Internet Commerce
    12-14 July 2004
    Gold Coast, Australia

    Jointly with
    International Conference on Computational Intelligence for
    Modelling, Control and Automation
    12-14 July 2004
    Gold Coast, Australia

    International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and
    Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2004 provides a medium for researchers and
    practitioners to exchange and explore the issues and opportunities in the
    area of intelligent
    agent, web technologies and Internet commerce. The conference will consist
    of both plenary
    sessions and contributory sessions, focusing on theory, implementation and
    applications of
    intelligent agents, web technologies and Internet commerce. Conference
    Topics Include (but not limited to):

    Intelligent Agents
    Knowledge Management
    Intelligent Business Agents
    Agent Architectures
    Environments and Languages
    Adaptation and learning for agents
    Human and agent interaction
    Interface agents
    Mobile agents
    Virtual agent-based marketplaces
    Agents and uncertainty
    The privacy issues for agents
    Automated shopping and trading agents
    Agent-oriented services
    Social implications for agent
    Conceptual modelling & Ontologies for agents
    Agents and e-commerce
    Legal aspects of agents in e-commerce
    Performance measurement of e-commerce agents
    Rational information agents and electronic commerce

    Web Technologies
    Web data mining and information retrieval
    Agent-based trade-and mediating services
    Teaching on Web
    Virtual trading institutions
    Knowledge Discovery
    Intelligent Information Systems
    Knowledge Clustering & Classification
    Internet Commerce
    E-commerce applications of Knowledge Representation
    Reasoning Techniques
    Electronic Payment Systems
    Internet Marketing
    Intranets and Extranets
    Electronic Payment Systems
    Electronic Data Interchange
    Supply Chain Management
    Electronic Payment Systems
    Internet-based Electronic Commerce
    Virtual Communities/Community Networks
    Logistics Issues for Electronic Commerce
    Business Reengineering Issues for Electronic Commerce
    Government Electronic Procurement & Service Delivery
    Legal & Security Issues for Electronic Commerce
    Requirements Engineering for Electronic Commerce

    Papers will be selected based on their originality, significance,
    correctness, and clarity of presentation. Papers (4 pages or more) should be
    to the following e-mail or postal address:

    E-mail submission of draft papers:

    Postal Submission of draft papers: IAWTIC'2004 Secretariat
    School of Computing,
    University of Canberra,
    ACT, Canberra, 2614, Australia

    Papers should present original work, which has not been published or
    being reviewed for other conferences. Papers should be written in English.
    The name and
    affiliation of authors should be omitted on the paper. A separate page must
    be included
    with each extended abstract paper, containing, the names, affiliations,
    postal address
    and e-mail addresses of authors as well as the address of contact author.

    E-mail submission of papers are encouraged.

    Important Dates
    14 March 2004 Submission of papers
    30 April 2004 Notification of acceptance
    21 May 2004 Deadline for camera-ready copies of accepted papers
    12-14 July 2004 Conference sessions

    Special Sessions and Tutorials
    Special sessions and tutorials will be organised at the conference.
    The conference is calling for special sessions and tutorial proposals.
    All proposals should be sent to the conference chair on or before
    27th February 2004. CIMCA'04 will also include a special poster session
    devoted to recent work and work-in-progress. Abstracts are solicited
    for this session. Abstracts (3 pages limit) may be submitted up to
    30 days before the conference date.

    Invited Sessions
    Keynote speakers from academia and industry will be addressing the main
    issues of the conference.
    Visits and social events Sightseeing visits will be arranged for the
    delegates and guests. A
    separate program will be arranged for companions during the conference.

    Further Information
    For further information either contact
    or see the conference homepage at:
    CIMCA, Feb 6, 2004
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