European Conference on Artificial Intelligence
The biennial European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) is the leading conference in the field of Artificial Intelligence in Europe, and is commonly listed together with IJCAI and AAAI as one of the three major general AI conferences worldwide. The conference series has been held without interruption since 1974, originally under the name AISB.
The conferences are held under the auspices of the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence (ECCAI) and organized by one of the member societies. The journal AI Communications, sponsored by the same society, regularly publishes special issues in which conference attendees report on the conference.
Publication of a paper in ECAI is considered by some journals to be archival, meaning that the paper should be considered equivalent to a journal publication and that the contents of ECAI papers cannot be reformulated as separate journal submissions unless a significant amount of new material is added.
List of ECAI conferences
- ECAI-1992 took place in Vienna, Austria.
- ECAI-2000 took place in Berlin, Germany.
- ECAI-2004 took place in Valencia, Spain.
- ECAI-2006 took place in Riva del Garda, Italy.
- ECAI-2008 took place in Patras, Greece.
- ECAI-2010 took place in Lisbon, Portugal.
- ECAI-2012 took place in Montpellier, France.
- See, e.g., Bundy, Alan (1996), "Prospects for artificial intelligence", Computing tomorrow: future research directions in computer science, Cambridge University Press, pp. 33–48.
- A list of ECAI conferences and the contents of their proceedings is provided online by the DBLP computer science bibliography project at the University of Trier.
- E.g., AI Communications vol. 9, issue 3, September 1996, "Special issue on ECAI-96 Budapest", as listed in the ACM Guide to Computing Literature.
- Submitting an article to the Artificial Intelligence Journal, Artificial Intelligence Journal web site.
- ECAI 2010
- ECAI 2012
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