FLAIRS 2008Artificial Intelligence Planning and Scheduling
A Special Track at the 21st International FLAIRS Conference (FLAIRS 2008)

Coconut Grove, Florida
May 15-17, 2008

Call for Papers
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Call for Papers

The Florida AI Research Society (FLAIRS) hosts the conference in cooperation with the Association for Advancements of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) since 1988 so FLAIRS is one of the oldest AI conferences. The 21st conference is organized at Coconut Grove, Florida, USA in May 15-17, 2008. The special conference track on AI Planning and Scheduling welcomes papers from all areas of planning and scheduling. Topics of the special track include all aspects of planning and scheduling from theoretical studies to practical applications. Papers bridging the areas of planning and scheduling and application papers are especially welcome.

Special journal issue: Selected papers from this track will be published in the special issue of the Journal of Scheduling. The second round of refereeing for this issue will take place shortly after the conference.

Topics of interest:

  • Applications and case studies from planning and scheduling
  • Methodologies and tools for specification, design, implementation, and validation of planning and scheduling systems
  • Constrained-based planning and scheduling
  • Search for planning and scheduling
  • Distributed and multi-agent planning and scheduling
  • Knowledge engineering techniques for planning and scheduling
  • Planning with resources and time constraints
  • Hierarchical task network planning
  • Dynamic scheduling
  • Mixed-initiative planning and scheduling
  • Plan and schedule execution, monitoring and repair
  • Planning and scheduling under uncertainty
  • Anytime and real-time planning and scheduling