Plan of Publications

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Oct 15, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Plan of Publications

For each of the following conferences and journals,
you must get

sample papers from the web to see

the
emphasis on similar papers: depth of the theory, level of description of algorithms, depth of the
experiments.


Conferences
to
target


Premiums



AAAI



ICAPS



IJCAI (once each two years)


Second tier



AIIDE



AAMAS


Third



PAIR

Journals
to target


Premiums



Artificial Intelligence: A+



Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research: A+



IEEE

Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
: A+



Machine Learning: A+ (If we do something on machine learning)


Second tier



IEEE Intelligent Systems: A
-



AI Magazine: A
-



Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence: A
-



Artificial
Intelligence in Medicine: A
-



Journal of Expert Systems with Applications: A
-



Autonomous Robots: A
-



IEEE Transactions on Robotics: A
-



IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control: A
-

(the paper has to be very theoretic and control
-
oriented)

Third




IEEE
Transactions on

Computational Intelligence and AI in Games
: A
-

Plan of Publications

Any of the team members can take the initiative to aim at any of the conference or journal mentioned
on the first page.


What follows is a plan. It will all depend on how t
hings advance. The authors and/or the order of authors
will be revised to fit the actual level of contribution.
I expect the primary authors to lead all the others.

Conferences

in 2011

o

ICAPS 2011 : Planning paper (Simon, Francis, Kabanza)


In writing.

o

Heu
ristic and search control for tactical planning in real
-
time strategy games.

o

IJCAI 2011 : Architecture paper (Kabanza,
Simon,
Bellefeuille)

o

Use as inspiration for writing the paper: McCoy
-
Mateas AAAI
-
2008

o

AAAI 2011 : Plan Recognition Paper (Francis, Kabanz
a, Bellefeuille, Abder, Hengameh)

o

Extend the PAIR 2010 paper and mix with elements of the architecture and use a
reactive controlling executive.

o

Use as a model for writing the paper: McCoy
-
Mateas AAAI
-
2008.

o

AAAI 2011 :

Planning Paper (Simon, Kabanza)


Take another angle to the ICAPS paper. This
should be quite easy to do as we exploit most of the stuff from the ICAPS paper and m
ake just
one simple improvement. Suggestions:

o


A
ddress cyclic tactics (as cyclic temporally
extended goals


by improving Kabanza and
Thiebaux (ICAPS 2005) combined with ICAPS 20
11 and made more concrete.

o

Or, instead, handle hierarchical FSMs.

o

PAIR 2011 : Cooperative plan recognition (Gabriel, Kabanza, Abder, Hengameh)

o

PAIR 2011 : Recognizing tea
m plans (Julien, Kabanza, Abder, Hengameh)

o

AIIDE 2011
conference
:
AAAI
(planning) + ICAPS
+
using the plan recognition components
(
Simon,
Julien
,
Francis,
Gabriel,

Bellefeuille,
Kabanza
)

o

AIIDE
competition :
Julien, Gabriel,
Simon,
Francis,
Bellefeuille, K
abanza.

Journals in 2011

o

Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (Francis, Kabanza, Gabriel?, Hengameh, Abder): AAAI
2011 (plan recognition) extended. Around April 2011.

o

Artificial Intelligence

(Simon,
Francis, Kabanza
)
:

IJCAI 2011 + AAAI 2011 (planni
ng) + ICAPS 2011
.

Around
April 2011
.

o

IEEE Intelligent Systems (Francis,
Simon,
Kabanza,
Julien,
Abder, Hengameh
, Bellefeuille
)
:
JAIR,
AIJ,
AIIDE
, more

application oriented.

o

Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research: Kabanza,
Goldman,
[
Gabriel

and/or Julien]
,
Hengameh, Benaskeur
:

A Review of
Applicable
Plan Recognition Methods for
Tactical
Adversarial Games. Around September 2011.

o

What I expect from Julien and
/or

Gabriel: testing and comparing different methods.

C
onferences in 2012 (a rough gue
ss)

o

AAAI

2012
: Julien’s
work
.
+

Kabanza, Hengameh, Abder.

o

ICAPS: Gabriel’s
work

+ Kabanza, Hengameh, Abder
.

o

ICAPS 2012
: Simon on decentralized planning

for a single player + Kabanza
.

o

AAAI 2012: Simon on decentralized planning multiple players + Kabanza.

o

AIIDE 2012: Francis on his work + Kabanza, Hengameh, Abder

Journal
in 2012 (a rough guess)

o

AIJ: Simon on decentralized planning
for multiple players
+
Kabanza
.


o

IEEE TPMAI: Julien on his work +
Kabanza, Hengameh, Abder
.

o

Annals of Mathematics and Artificial

Intelligence
: Gabriel on his work +
Kabanza, Hengameh,
Abder
.

o

IEEE Transactions on

Computational Intelligence and AI in Games
: Francis on his work +
Kabanza, Hengameh, Abder
.