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Articles from Vol. 27, No. 1, Spring

AAAI Executive Council Minutes
The Executive Council Meeting was held July 10, 2005, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Attending: Ron Brachman, Alan Mackworth, Tom M. Mitchell, Ted Senator, Tony Cohn, Tim Finin, Lise Getoor, Yolanda Gil, Carla Gomes, Jim Hendler, David Leake, Michael...
Components, Curriculum, and Community: Robots and Robotics in Undergraduate AI Education
Robot platforms have played a fundamental role in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) for more than 30 years. Yet it is only recently that physically embodied agents have become a viable tool in the undergraduate AI classroom. Examples of the...
Join Us for AAAI-06 and IAAI-06, Celebrating AI's Fiftieth Anniversary
The Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-06) and the Eighteenth Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-06) will be held in Boston, Massachusetts at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center,...
Report on Representations for Multimodal Generation Workshop
Human communicative behaviors span a broad set of skills, from natural language generation and production to eye gaze control and facial expression. People produce multimodal behavior with ease in real time in a broad range of circumstances. In April...
Report on the Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2005)
Although it is one of the youngest subfields of artificial intelligence, the area of autonomous agents and multiagent systems can with some justification claim to be one of the most active. The Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS) conference...
Report on the Second International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation, and Robotics
The Second International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation, and Robotics (ICINCO 2005) was held in Barcelona on September 14-17, 2005, organized by INSTICC in cooperation with the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. This conference...
Spring Calendar of AI Events
April 2005 APRIL 1-3 Midwest AI & Cognitive Science Conference (MAICS 2006). Valparaiso, IN USA * Sponsors: Valparaiso University, Roosevelt University, Illinois Institute of Technology * Contact: M. Glass Valparaiso...
The 2005 AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium
The tenth annual SIGART/AAAI Doctoral Consortium (DC) was held on July 9-10, 2005, in conjunction with the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAl05). It was organized and run by Kiri Wagstaff (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) and Rob St. Amant...
The 2005 International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference (FLAIRS-05): A Report
The Florida Artificial Intelligence Society (1) (FLAIRS) was founded in 1987 to promote and advance artificial intelligence research in the state of Florida and to foster the exchange of ideas and collaboration among the state's researchers in universities...
The First Competition on Knowledge Engineering for Planning and Scheduling
A major goal of AI competitions is to accelerate development in some specified area. Since its first run in 1998, the AI planning community has organized the biannual International Planning Competition (IPC), where various planning systems battle in...
The Sixth International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR-05)
The International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR) is the preeminent international meeting on case-based reasoning (CBR). ICCBR 2005 (1) is the sixth in this series of biennial international conferences highlighting the most significant contributions...
Unifying Undergraduate Artificial Intelligence Robotics: Layers of Abstraction over Two Channels
Modern artificial intelligence robotics education treats the field as a collection of overlapping subfields. An examination of the current robotics textbooks (McKerrow 1991; Arkin 1998; Dudek and Jenkin 2000; Murphy 2000; Niku 2001; Siegwart and Nourbakhsh...
Using Educational Robotics to Motivate Complete AI Solutions
Artificial intelligence has a number of wonderful domains that help motivate undergraduate students to enroll in AI courses and work hard to grasp advanced Al representations and algorithms. One particularly compelling domain is robotics. Robotics...
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