Fourteenth Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Important Dates

  • Deadline for track proposals: November 15, 2008
  • Notification of track acceptance: January 10, 2009
  • Extended deadline for paper submission: April 29, 2009
  • Notification of paper acceptance: June 15, 2009
  • Deadline for final versions: July 15, 2009
  • Conference dates: October 12-15, 2009





September 16, 2009, Provisional version of Detailed Schedule has been published.

September 15, 2009, General Schedule has been published.

September 8, 2009, list of accepted papers has been announced.

June 19, 2009, registration is open.

June 15, 2009, paper decision was sent.

April 9, 2009, paper submission deadline was extended.

February 10, 2009, announcement of accepted tracks.

February 10, 2009, call for papers was added.

October 7, 2008 call for thematic tracks announcement.

October 6, 2008 site announcement.

Nectar Track

  • A Data-Based Approach to Integrating Representations of Personality Traits, Values, Beliefs and Behavior Descriptions, by Boon-Kiat Quek, Kayo Sakamoto, and Andrew Ortony
  • Comparing Different Properties Involved in Word Similarity Extraction, by Pablo Gamallo Otero
  • Constraint-Based Strategy for Pairwise RNA Secondary Structure Prediction, by Olivier Perriquet and Pedro Barahona
  • Cost-Sensitive Learning Vector Quantization for Credit Scoring, by Ning Chen, Armando S. Vieira, João Duarte, Bernardete Ribeiro, and João C. Neves
  • Efficient Coverage of Case Space with Active Learning, by Nuno Filipe Escudeiro and Alípio Mário Jorge
  • How Much Should Agents Remember? The Role of Memory Size on Convention Emergence Efficiency, by Paulo Urbano, João Balsa, Paulo Ferreira Jr., and Luis Antunes
  • Roles, Positionings and Set Plays to Coordinate a RoboCup MSL Team, by Nuno Lau, Luís Seabra Lopes, Nelson Filipe, and Gustavo Corrente
  • Semantic Image Search and Subset Selection for Classifier Training in Object Recognition, by Rui Pereira, Luís Seabra Lopes, and Augusto Silva
  • Sensitivity Analysis of a Tax Evasion Model Applying Automated Design of Experiments, by Attila Szabó, László Gulyás, and István János Tóth
  • Type parametric compilation of algebraic constraints, by Marco Correia and Pedro Barahona
  • Using Operator Equalisation for Prediction of Drug Toxicity with Genetic Programming, by Leonardo Vanneschi and Sara Silva