Artificial Intelligence in Music and Art
Special Track of the 18th
International FLAIRS Conference
The application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques in the fields of Art and Music is a significant and captivating research area. There is a growing interest on AI applications in visual arts, music, graphics, video, sound, architecture, design of artifacts, and other creative endeavors.
This special track will provide an international forum for researchers, scientists, and practitioners to present results from on-going AI work in the fields of Music and Art. The objective of this track is to foster the creation, refinement and transfer of such ideas, and to promote their cross-fertilization over all AI paradigms and relevant application domains.
The track will be held in Clearwater Beach, Florida, May 15-17, 2005, as part of the FLAIRS 2005 conference. The conference is organized in cooperation with The American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
We invite original and unpublished contributions on AI applications in the analysis, composition, generation, interpretation, performance, evaluation, classification, and data mining of artifacts from various creative endeavors and fields, such as visual art, graphics, video, music, sounds, architecture, design of physical artifacts, sculpture, literature, poetry, etc.
Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and included in the FLAIRS 2005 conference proceedings, published by AAAI Press. Authors of the best papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a special issue on “AI Tools in Music and Art” to appear in the International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools (IJAIT) published by World Scientific.
Scope and Topics
We invite research from all AI paradigms including symbolic, statistical, connectionist, genetic, distributed, and hybrid approaches. The track covers a wide range of AI techniques including (but not limited to) cognitive modeling, data mining and classification, expert systems, generative systems (A-life, chaos, fractals, L-systems), grammars, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, hidden Markov models, intelligent agents, knowledge representation, knowledge-based systems, machine learning, natural language processing, neural networks, constraint satisfaction, perception, planning, reasoning and inferencing, and swarm intelligence.
Papers must be submitted on-line, following the FLAIRS submission guidelines, and no later than October 22, 2004. They must be written in proper English, no longer than 6 pages, including references, and formatted in AAAI two-column, camera-ready style. Papers must be formatted for US Letter (8-1/2" x 11") paper. For details, see conference website.
Reviewing will be doubly blind. Authors should remove their names and affiliations from submitted papers, and should take reasonable care that their identity is disguised. References to own work should be referred to in the third person, e.g., “Smith (Smith 2003) has shown...,”.
Timetable for Authors
Paper submissions are due electronically by October 22, 2004. Notification letters will be sent via email by January 7, 2005. Final camera-ready copies are due electronically by February 4, 2005.
Mohd M. Anwar
Hans E. Dehlinger
Christopher La Pilla
Eduardo R. Miranda
Gary Lee Nelson
Francisco C. Pereira
James B. Wilkinson
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