Seven IIC Papers Accepted At IJCAI ‘07

October 2, 2006

(October 3, 2006)—The College of Computing Interactive & Intelligent Computing (IIC) division has a remarkable total of seven papers accepted by the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) to be held January, 2007 in Hyderabad, India. IJCAI is the premier AI conference and one of the most difficult to get into. Congratulations to IIC faculty and graduate students regarding the following papers:

  • "Fast Incremental Square Root Information Smoothing" by Michael Kaess, Ananth Ranganathan and Frank Dellaert.
  • "Improving Activity Discovery with Automatic Neighborhood Estimation" by David Minnen, Thad Starner, Irfan Essa and Charles Isbell.
  • "Loopy SAM" by Ananth Ranganathan, Michael Kaess and Frank Dellaert.
  • "Transfer Learning in Real-Time Strategy Games Using Hybrid CBR/RL" by Manu Sharma, Michael Holmes, Juan Carlos Santamaria, Arya Irani, Charles Isbell and Ashwin Ram.
  • "Interpretation of Design Drawings by Analogy" by Patrick Yaner and Ashok Goel.
  • "Managing Domain Knowledge & Multiple Models with Boosting" by P. Zeng and Charles Isbell.
  • "Towards Runtime Behavior Adaptation for Embodied Characters" by P. Zang, Manish Mehta, Michael Mateas and Ashwin Ram.

In addition, IIC Associate Professor Ashwin Ram will give an invited talk on AI and industry at the upcoming IJCAI ‘07.

For more information about the 2007 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, click here.