EXTENDED DEADLINE at June 15th and FULL DAY WORKSHOP
Following many requests for an extension of the AICOL deadline, the Program committee has decided that 15th June 2011, will be the latest date on which full papers can be submitted: Note that this deadline cannot be further extended, since the PC needs to have the time for a good review process.
The aim of the workshop is to offer effective support for the exchange of knowledge and methodological approaches between scholars from different scientific fields, by highlighting their similarities and differences.
We are expecting to have contributions that are able to capture this interdisciplinary aspect and prepare the scientific community to a common ground beyond the state of the art of any individual discipline.
Some not exaustive topics are:
- Law and Science
- Law and Cognitive Science
- Law and Complexity Theory
- Complex Systems
- Legal Theory
- Legal Culture
- Computer Ethics
- Artificial Societies
- Argumentative Frameworks
- Legal Ontologies
- Legal Concepts
- Legal Thesauri
- Natural Language Processing (NLP)
- Legal Knowledge Acquisition
- Legal Knowledge Representation
- Knowledge Management
- Cognitive schemas
- Law and Robotics
- Law and Mathematics
- Legal Graphic Representation
- Game Theory
- Formalization of Legal Systems and Norms
- Rules and Standards
- Agreement technologies
- Electronic Institutions
- Legal Information Retrieval
- Online Dispute Resolution
- Trends in e-Discovery, e-Courts, e-Administration
- Users’ studies
See the call for papers in the web site for more details. HTTP://WWW.AICOL.EU/
Paper submission: FIRM ULTIMATE DEADLINE! June 12th 2011
Peer Review Communications: July 11th, 2011
Camera Ready: July 31th, 2011
AICOL Workshop: August 16th, 2011
Publication: November/December 2011 (LNAI volume)
Authors are invited to submit original contributions of practical relevance and technical rigor in the field, experience reports and show case/use case demonstrations of effective, practical, deployable rule-based technologies or applications in distributed environments. Papers must be in English and may be submitted at
Full Papers (15 pages in the proceedings) Short Papers (8 pages in the proceedings) Min.3000 words and max. 15000 words.
Please upload all submissions as PDF files in LNCS format (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). To ensure high quality, submitted papers will be carefully peer-reviewed by at least 3 PC members based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
The selected papers will be published in book form in the Springer LNAI Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) series. The publication will be released in December, following the Springer process.
Daniële Bourcier (CERSA-CNRS, Paris, France)
Pompeu Casanovas (UAB Institute of Law and Technology, Barcelona, Spain)
Monica Palmirani (CIRSFID – University of Bologna, Italy)
Ugo Pagallo (University of Turin, Italy)
Giovanni Sartor (European University Institute and University of Bologna, Italy)