International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (CSCI-ISAI) call for papers

Paper Submission Deadline: September 30, 2017
(11:59pm US Eastern Time Zone)


The International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence

December 14-16, 2017, Las Vegas, USA

Last Year’s IEEE Xplore entry:



Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the science and engineering of making
intelligent machines and systems. This is an important multi-disciplinary
field which is now an essential part of technology industry, providing
the heavy lifting for many of the most challenging problems in
computational science. Since Machine Learning has strong ties with AI,
this symposium also covers the field of Machine Learning. The list of
topics below is by no means meant to be exhaustive.

Artificial Intelligence:
Brain models, Brain mapping, Cognitive science; Natural language
processing; Fuzzy logic and soft computing; Software tools for AI; Expert
systems; Decision support systems; Automated problem solving; Knowledge
discovery; Knowledge representation; Knowledge acquisition; Knowledge-
intensive problem solving techniques; Knowledge networks and management;
Intelligent information systems; Intelligent data mining and farming;
Intelligent web-based business; Intelligent agents; Intelligent networks;
Intelligent databases; Intelligent user interface; AI and evolutionary
algorithms; Intelligent tutoring systems; Reasoning strategies;
Distributed AI algorithms and techniques; Distributed AI systems and
architectures; Neural networks and applications; Heuristic searching
methods; Languages and programming techniques for AI; Constraint-based
reasoning and constraint programming; Intelligent information fusion;
Learning and adaptive sensor fusion; Search and meta-heuristics; Multi-
sensor data fusion using neural and fuzzy techniques; Integration of
AI with other technologies; Evaluation of AI tools; Social intelligence
(markets and computational societies); Social impact of AI; Emerging
technologies; and Applications (including: computer vision, signal
processing, military, surveillance, robotics, medicine, pattern
recognition, face recognition, finger print recognition, finance and
marketing, stock market, education, emerging applications, …).

Machine Learning:
Statistical learning theory; Unsupervised and Supervised Learning;
Multivariate analysis; Hierarchical learning models; Relational
learning models; Bayesian methods; Meta learning; Stochastic
optimization; Simulated annealing; Heuristic optimization techniques;
Neural networks; Reinforcement learning; Multi-criteria reinforcement
learning; General Learning models; Multiple hypothesis testing;
Decision making; Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods; Non-
parametric methods; Graphical models; Gaussian graphical models;
Bayesian networks; Particle filter; Cross-Entropy method; Ant colony
optimization; Time series prediction; Fuzzy logic and learning;
Inductive learning and applications; Grammatical inference; Graph
kernel and graph distance methods; Graph-based semi-supervised
learning; Graph clustering; Graph learning based on graph
transformations; Graph learning based on graph grammars; Graph
learning based on graph matching; Information-theoretical approaches
to graphs; Motif search; Network inference; Aspects of knowledge
structures; Computational Intelligence; Knowledge acquisition and
discovery techniques; Induction of document grammars; General
Structure-based approaches in information retrieval, web authoring,
information extraction, and web content mining; Latent semantic
analysis; Aspects of natural language processing; Intelligent
linguistic; Aspects of text technology; Biostatistics; High-
throughput data analysis; Computational Neuroscience; and
Computational Statistics.



Past conference proceedings can be accessed via IEEE Xplore Digital
Library at:
Volume I (2014):
Volume II (2014):
Volume (2015):
Volume (2016):


All accepted papers will be published by IEEE CPS:
in the proceedings of The 2017 International Conference on
Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI’17).

Past CSCI proceedings are indexed into IEEE Xplore Digital Library
and can be accessed via:
Volume I (2014):
Volume II (2014):
Volume (2015):
Volume (2016):

Papers should be typeset by using the general typesetting
instructions available at:
(i.e., use of regular Times New Roman, font size of 10, single line
spacing, 2-column format). Authors of accepted papers will later
receive more specific typesetting instructions. All submissions must
be original (papers must not have been previously published or
currently being considered by others for publication).

Submissions must be in either MS doc or pdf formats (6 pages for
Regular Research Papers; 4 pages for Short Papers; 2 pages for
Poster Papers – the number of pages include all figures, tables, and
references). The first page should include:

– Title of the paper.
– Name, affiliation, city, country, and email address of each author
(identify the name of the Contact Author).
– Abstract (about 100 words).
– A maximum of 5 topical keywords that would best represent the work
described in the paper (see the list of topics).
– Write the type of the submission as “Full/Regular Research Papers”,
“Short Papers”, or “Poster Papers”.
– Write “CSCI-ISAI”

The actual paper can start from the first page (space permitting).
Submissions are to be uploaded to the submission/evaluation web site
portal at:


– Full/Regular Research Papers (maximum of 6 pages):
Regular Research Papers should provide detail original research
contributions. They must report new research results that represent
a contribution to the field; sufficient details and support for
the results and conclusions should also be provided. The work
presented in regular papers are expected to be at a stage of
maturity that with some additional work can be published as journal

– Short Papers (maximum of 4 pages):
Short papers report on ongoing research projects. They should provide
overall research methodologies with some results. The work presented
in short papers are expected to be at a stage of maturity that with
some additional work can be published as regular papers.

– Poster Papers (maximum of 2 pages):
Poster papers report on ongoing research projects that are still in
their infancy (i.e., at very early stages). Such papers tend to
provide research methodologies without yet concrete results.


Each paper will be peer-reviewed by 2 to 4 peers (except for papers that
are philosophical in nature – such papers would be considered for panel
discussions.) Confidentiality of submitted material will be maintained.
Papers will be evaluated on the basis of originality, impact, significance,
quality of research, quality of writing, and contribution to conference
program and diversity. Papers whose authors include one or more members
of the program committee will be evaluated using the double-blinded
review process. Authors whose papers are not selected for publication
can submit a rebuttal letter; rebuttals will be evaluated by 4 members
of the Program Committee. 161115


September 30, 2017:   (11:59pm US Eastern Time Zone) Submission of Papers
October 19, 2017:     Notification of acceptance (+/- 2 days)
November 01, 2017:    Final papers & Author Registrations
December 14-16, 2017: The International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence
CSCI-ISAI will be held in conjunction with other
affiliated research events; for more information, see


Questions and inquiries should be sent to:
Conference Secretariat:


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