Call for Papers
The IJCAI-09 Workshop on Grand Challenges for Reasoning from Experiences
11July 2009 — Pasadena, California, USA in conjunction with IJCAI 2009
A Year of Episodic Memory, John E. Laird & Nate Derbinsky, University of Michigan.
An experiment in Heuristic Multiagent Reinforcement Learning, Should I trust my teammates? Reinaldo A. C. Bianchi & Ramon Lopez de Mantaras Centro Universitario da FEI & IIIA-CSIC.
Extending Case-Based Reasoning with Traces, Amélie Cordier, Bruno Mascret & Alain Mille, Université de Lyon.
Rigorous Specification and Evaluation of Theories for Experienced-Based Reasoning, Randolph M. Jones, Jacob A. Crossman & Robert E. Wray, Soar Technology, Inc.
Predictive Empirical Abstract Knowledge, Richard S. Sutton, University of Alberta.
Reasoning from Experience in the Presence of Adversaries, Robin Burke, DePaul University.
Biologically Inspired Design: Human Reasoning Using Nature's Experiences, Ashok K. Goel, Swaroop S. Vattam & Michael E. Helms, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Experience-based Reasoning as the Basis of a General Artificial Intelligence Architecture, Jim Davies, Carleton University.
The Experience Web: A Case-Based Reasoning Perspective, Barry Smyth & Pierre-Antoine Champin, University College Dublin & Université de Lyon.
Agile Case-Based Reasoning: A Grand Challenge Towards Opportunistic Reasoning from Experiences, Susan Craw, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.