Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

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Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Abbreviation MICAI
Discipline Artificial Intelligence
Publication details
Publisher Springer LNAI, IEEE CPS, journals.
History 2000–
Frequency annual

The Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (MICAI) is the name of an annual conference covering all areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI), held in Mexico. The first MICAI conference was held in 2000. The conference is attended every year by about two hundred of AI researchers and PhD students and 500−1000 local graduate students.

Overview[edit]

MICAI is a high-level peer-reviewed international conference covering all areas of Artificial Intelligence. All editions of MICAI have been published in Springer Springer LNAI (N 1793, 2313, 2972, 3789, 4293, 4827, 5317, 5845, 6437–6438). Recent MICAI events (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010) received over 300 submissions from over 40 countries each. The conference's scientific program includes keynote lectures, paper presentations, tutorials, panels, posters, and workshops. MICAI is organized by the Mexican Society for Artificial Intelligence (SMIA) in cooperation with various national institutions.

Their topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Applications of artificial intelligence, Automated theorem proving, Belief revision, Bioinformatics and Medical applications of artificial intelligence, Case-based reasoning, Common-sense reasoning, Computer vision and image processing, Constraint programming, Data mining, Expert systems and knowledge-based systems, Fuzzy logic, Genetic algorithms, Hybrid intelligent systems, Intelligent interfaces: multimedia, virtual reality, Intelligent organizations, Intelligent tutoring systems, Knowledge acquisition, Knowledge representation and knowledge management, Logic programming, Machine learning, Model-based reasoning, Multiagent systems and distributed artificial intelligence, Natural Language Processing, Neural Networks, Non-monotonic Reasoning, Ontologies, Pattern Recognition, Philosophical and methodological issues of artificial intelligence, Planning and scheduling, Qualitative reasoning, Robotics, Spatial and remporal reasoning, Uncertainty reasoning and probabilistic reasoning.

Specific MICAI conferences[edit]

In the table below, the figures for the number of accepted papers and acceptance rate refer to the main proceedings volume and do not include supplemental proceedings volumes. The number of countries corresponds to submissions, not to accepted papers.

Year City Website Proceedings Submissions Countries Accepted Acceptance rate
2000 Acapulco [1][permanent dead link] [1] 163 17 60 37%
2002 Mérida [2][permanent dead link] [2] 85 17 56 66%
2004 Mexico [3][permanent dead link] [3] 254 19 94 38.2%
2005 Monterrey [4] [4] 423 43 120 28%
2006 Apizaco [5] [5][6] 447 42 123 26%
2007 Aguascalientes [6] [7][8] 485 31 115 23.9%
2008 Atizapán de Zaragoza [7] [9][10] 363 43 94 25.9%
2009 Guanajuato [8] [11][12] 215 21 63 29.3%
2010 Pachuca [9] [13][14][15] 301 34 126 42%
2011 Puebla [10] [16][17][18] 348 40 96 27.7%
2012 San Luis Potosí [11] [19][20][21] 224 28 77 34.3%
2013 Mexico City [12] [22][23][24] 284 45 85 29.9%
2014 Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas [13] 350 46 87 24.8%

Keynote speakers and program chairs[edit]

The following persons were honored by being selected by the organizers as keynote speakers or program chairs:

Year Keynote speakers Program Chairs
2000 Wolfgang Wahlster (DFKI and Saarland University),
Hector Levesque (University of Toronto),
Jay Liebowitz (George Washington University),
Adolfo Guzmán Arenas (CIC),
Jose Luis Marroquín (PEMEX),
Bruce Buchanan (University of Pittsburgh)
Osvaldo Cairó,
Luis Enrique Sucar,
Francisco J. Cantú
2002 Pedro Larrañaga (University of the Basque Country),
Stuart Russell (University of California),
Francisco Cantú (ITESM),
Edgar Sánchez (CINVESTAV),
Jean-Claude Latombe (Stanford University)
Carlos Artemio Coello Coello,
Álvaro de Albornoz Bueno,
Luis Enrique Sucar,
Osvaldo Cairó Battistutti
2004 Toby Walsh (University College Cork),
Dispankar Dasgupta (University of Memphis),
René Bañares (Oxford University),
José Negrete Martínez (Universidad Veracruzana),
Carlos Zozaya (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México),
Jorge X. Velasco (Instituto Mexicano del Petróleo)
Raúl Monroy Borja,
Gustavo Arroyo-Figueroa,
Luis Enrique Sucar,
Humberto Sossa Azuela
2005 John McCarthy (Stanford University),
Tom Mitchell (Carnegie Mellon University),
Katsushi Ikeuchi (University of Tokyo),
Erick Cantú-Paz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory),
Jaime Simão Sichman (University of São Paulo),
Piero P. Bonissone (General Electric Global Research)
Alexander Gelbukh,
Álvaro de Albornoz Bueno
2006 Enrique Sucar (INAOE),
Seth Hutchinson (University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign),
Carlos Artemio Coello Coello (CINVESTAV),
Pedro Domingos (University of Washington),
Ronald R. Yager (Iona College)
Alexander Gelbukh,
Carlos Alberto Reyes García
2007 Fernando de Arriaga-Gómez (Polytechnic University of Madrid),
Francisco Escolano (University of Alicante),
Simon Haykin (McMaster University),
Pablo Noriega (Institute for AI Research),
Paolo Petta (University of Vienna),
Boris Stilman (University of Colorado)
Alexander Gelbukh,
Ángel Fernando Kuri Morales
2008 Gerardo Jiménez Sánchez (Johns Hopkins University),
Stephanie Forrest (University of New Mexico),
Francisco Cervántes-Pérez (UNAM),
Simon Haykin (McMaster University),
Steven M. La Valle (University of Illinois),
Georg Gottlob (Oxford University)
Alexander Gelbukh,
Eduardo F. Morales
2009 Patricia Melin (Institute of Technology, Tijuana),
Ramón López Mántaras (CSIC),
Josef Kittler (University of Surrey),
José Luis Marroquín (PEMEX),
Dieter Hutter (DFKI)
Arturo Hernández Aguirre,
Raúl Monroy Borja,
Carlos Alberto Reyes García
2010 Hector García-Molina (Stanford University),
Witold Pedrycz (University of Alberta),
De-Shuang Huang (Academy of Sciences),
Raúl Monroy Borja (ITESM),
Boris Stilman (University of Colorado at Denver),
Claudia Manfredi (University di Firenze)
Grigori Sidorov,
Arturo Hernández Aguirre
2011 Weiru Liu (Queen's University Belfast),
Rada Mihalcea (University of North Texas),
Jesús Favela (CICESE Research Center),
Raúl Rojas (Freie Universität Berlin),
Janusz Kacprzyk (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Ildar Batyrshin,
Grigori Sidorov
2012 Ulises Cortés (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya),
Joydeep Ghosh (University of Texas),
Jixin Ma (Greenwich College),
Roy A. Maxion (Carnegie Mellon University),
Grigori Sidorov (Instituto Politécnico Nacional),
Ian Witten (University of Waikato)
Ildar Batyrshin,
Miguel González Mendoza
2013 Ildar Batyrshin (Instituto Mexicano del Petróleo),
Erik Cambria (National University of Singapore),
Newton Howard (Massachusetts Institute of Technology),
Maria Vargas-Vera (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez),
Andrei Voronkov (University of Manchester)
Félix Castro,
Alexander Gelbukh,
Miguel González Mendoza
2014 Oscar Castillo (Tijuana IT),
Bonnie E. John (Thomas J. Watson Research Center),
Bing Liu (University of Illinois),
John Sowa (VivoMind Research),
Vladimir Vapnik (NEC Laboratories)
Alexander Gelbukh,
Félix Castro,
Sofía Galicia Haro

Awards[edit]

The authors of the following papers received the Best Paper Award:

Year Place Authors Country Paper
2000 - Joby Varghese and Snehasis Mukhopadhyay India Multi-agent Adaptive Dynamic Programming
- Mauricio Osorio Mexico
- G. E. A. P. A. Batista, A. Carvalho, and M. C. Monard Applying One-sided Selection to Unbalanced Datasets
- Alexander Gelbukh, Grigori Sidorov, and Igor A. Bolshakov Mexico Coherence Maintenance in Man-Machine Dialogue with Ellipsis (in the section of local papers)
- Alexander Gelbukh Mexico A Data Structure for Prefix Search under Access Locality Requirements and Its Application to Spelling Correction (in the section of local papers)
- Homero V. Rios, Emilio Aguirre et al. Facial Expression Recognition and Modeling for Virtual Intelligent Tutoring Systems
- Armando García-Rodríguez, Ramón Martín Rodríguez-Dagnino, and Christos Douligeris Extending the prediction horizon in dynamic bandwidth allocation for VBR video transport
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2002 1
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3
2004 1
2
3
2005[4] 1 Rafael Murrieta Cid, Alejandro Sarmiento, Teja Muppirala, Seth Hutchinson, Raul Monroy, Moises Alencastre Miranda, Lourdes Muñoz Gómez, and Ricardo Swain A framework for Reactive Motion and Sensing Planning: a Crititcal Events-Based Approach
2 Patrice Delmas, Georgy Gimel'farb, Jiang Liu, and John Morris A Noise-Driven Paradigm for Solving the Stereo Correspondence Problem
3 Jinghui Xiao, Bingquan Liu, Xiaolong Wang, and Bing Li A Similarity-Based Approach to Data Sparseness Problem of the Chinese Language Modeling
2006[5] 1 Luz Abril Torres-Méndez and Gregory Dudek Statistics of Visual and Partial Depth Data for Mobile Robot Environment Modeling
2 Antonio Camarena-Ibarrola and Edgar Chávez On Musical Performances Identification, Entropy and String Matching
3 Eduardo Rodriguez-Tello, Jin-Kao Hao, and Jose Torres-Jimenez A Refined Evaluation Function for the MinLA Problem
2007[7] 1 Mu Xiangyang, Zhang Taiyi and Zhou Yaatong China Scaling Kernels: A New Least Squares Support Vector Machine Kernel for Approximation
2 Jean Bernard Hayet and Justus Piater Mexico / Belgium On-line Rectification of Sport Sequences with Moving Cameras
3 Marcin Radlak and Ryszard Klempous UK / Poland SELDI-TOF-MS Pattern Analysis for Cancer Detection as a Base for Diagnostic Software
2008[9] 1 Philippe Fournier-Viger, Roger Nkambou, and Engelbert Mephu Nguifo Canada / France A Knowledge Discovery Framework for Learning Task Models from User Interactions in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
2 Yulia Ledeneva Mexico Effect of Preprocessing on Extractive Summarization with Maximal Frequent Sequences
3 Giovanni Lizárraga, Arturo Hernández and Salvador Botello Mexico A Set of Test Cases for Performance Measures in Multiobjective Optimization
2009 1
2
3
2010 1 Olga Kolesnikova and Alexander Gelbukh Mexico Supervised Machine Learning for Predicting the Meaning of Verb-Noun Combinations in Spanish
2 Omar Montano-Rivas, Roy McCasland, Lucas Dixon and Alan Bundy UK Scheme-based Synthesis of Inductive Theories
3
2011[16] 1 Sergio Jimenez Vargas and Alexander Gelbukh Colombia / Mexico SC Spectra: A New Soft Cardinality Approximation for Text Comparison
2 Dmitrijs Rutko Latvia Fuzzified Tree Search in Teal Domain Games
3 Francisco Madrigal, Jean-Bernard Hayet, and Mariano Rivera Mexico Multiple Target Tracking with Motion Priors
2012[19] 1 Nestor Velasco Bermeo, Miguel González Mendoza, Alexander García Castro, Irais Heras Dueñas Mexico / USA Toward the Creation of Semantic Models Based on Computer-Aided Designs
2 Hillel Romero-Monsivais, Eduardo Rodriguez-Tello, Gabriel Ramírez Mexico A New Branch and Bound Algorithm for the Cyclic Bandwidth Problem
3 Gonzalo Nápoles, Isel Grau, Maikel León, Ricardo Grau Cuba Modelling, Aggregation, and Simulation of a Dynamic Biological System Through Fuzzy Cognitive Maps
2013[22] 1 Sergio Rogelio Tinoco-Martínez, Felix Calderon, Carlos Lara-Alvarez, Jaime Carranza-Madrigal Mexico A Bayesian and Minimum Variance Technique for Arterial Lumen Segmentation in Ultrasound Imaging
2 Angel Kuri-Morales, Edwin Aldana-Bobadilla Mexico The Best Genetic Algorithm I. A Comparative Study of Structurally Different Genetic Algorithms
Angel Kuri-Morales, Edwin Aldana Bobadilla, Ignacio López-Peña Mexico The Best Genetic Algorithm II. A Comparative Study of Structurally Different Genetic Algorithms
3 Melanie Neunerdt, Michael Reyer, Rudolf Mathar Germany A POS Tagger for Social Media Texts Trained on Web Comments

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Coello Coello, Carlos Artemio; de Albornoz, Alvaro; Sucar, Luis Enrique; Cairó Battistutti, Osvaldo, eds. (2002). "MICAI 2002: Advances in Artificial Intelligence". Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2313. doi:10.1007/3-540-46016-0. ISBN 978-3-540-43475-7. 
  3. ^ Monroy, Raúl; Arroyo-Figueroa, Gustavo; Sucar, Luis Enrique; Sossa, Humberto, eds. (2004). "MICAI 2004: Advances in Artificial Intelligence". Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2972. doi:10.1007/b96521. ISBN 978-3-540-21459-5. 
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