We invite original and unpublished contributions on AI applications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.
We welcome 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.
Accepted papers will be presented
at the conference and included in the FLAIRS 2006 conference
proceedings, published by AAAI Press.