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This year, the AICS Conference will include a NECTAR-track, featuring significant AI and cognitive science results published or disseminated no earlier than 2010 at a different conference or in a journal. One goal of this track is to offer conference attendees the opportunity to learn about recent advances in AI and/or cognitive science related results published in other communities such as (but not limited to): Machine Learning, business informatics, bioinformatics, chemoinformatics, computational intelligence in games, computational linguistics, computer vision, geoinformatics, health informatics, database theory, financial informatics, human computer interaction, information and knowledge management, robotics, pattern recognition, statistics, social network analysis, theoretical computer science.

Papers describing innovative applications of state-of-the-art artificial intelligence and/or cognitive science algorithms are also welcome, but should be different from demonstration papers. We also invite submissions presenting compactly well-founded results which appeared in a series of publications that advanced a single novel influential idea or vision.

Submissions are limited to four pages and should put the problem and the solution into the context of artificial intelligence and/or cognitive science. Although papers describe previously published results, submissions must be original. The summary of the actual, previously published, result(s) should take no more than two pages.

Submission guidelines and review process

Submissions should be made through EasyChair System. Authors will be given the option to submit to the NECTAR-track at thie point.

Submissions will be reviewed by two or more independent referees. Selection criteria include the relevance of the contribution, its interests and usefulness for attendees, its technical strength and originality for the AI and cognitive science community.

Accepted NECTAR contributions will be presented as talks or posters and included in the conference proceedings. The papers must be written in English and must be submitted using the template format provided. Authors' instructions along with LaTeX and Word macro files are available here.

With the submission, authors are required to send an electronic copy of the original publication(s) as well as a few sentences motivating why the paper is appropriate for the NECTAR track of AICS 2012. Furthermore, the original publications must be cited clearly in the introduction of the submission or as a footnote to the title.

The 23rd Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

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