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ICAPS-06: Final Call For Participation (May 2nd - early registration)

==================================================================== FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION The 16th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling ICAPS-06 The English Lake District, Cumbria, U.K. June 6-10, 2006 http://icaps06.icaps-conference.org/

The technical program of the International Conference on Automated Planning & Scheduling (ICAPS-06) has been completed and we cordially invite everyone interested in this topic to participate.

The technical sessions are complemented by a program of seven
tutorials and six workshops, a doctoral consortium,
the International Planning Competition, and
demonstrations of planning and scheduling systems.

The program also includes the following invited

 - Enrico Giunchiglia (Universit? di Genova):  SAT,
 QSAT and Beyond: State-of-the-art and Their Relation
 with Planning

 - Claude LePape (ILOG SA): Integrated Production
 Planning, Batching, and Scheduling, to Compromise
 among Antagonistic Optimization Criteria

 - Brian C. Williams (Massachusetts Institute of
 Technology): Model-based Programming of Robust Agile Systems

and the following 1/2 or full day tutorial sessions:

- Challenges in Subsea Robotics
Jim Bellingham, Bill Kirkwood and Kanna Rajan

- Filtering Techniques in Planning and Scheduling
Roman Bartak

- Meta-heuristics for Solving Scheduling Problems
Angelo Oddi

- Planning and Complexity
Malte Helmert

- Planning activities for Earth watching and observation
satellites and constellations: from off-line ground
planning to on-line on-board planning
Gerard Verfaillie and Michel Lemaitre

- Planning Graph Based Reachability Heuristics
Daniel Bryce and Subbarao Kambhampati

- Multiagent Planning and Scheduling
Bradley J. Clement

Other program details, including the 33 paper presentations,
and registration information are available on the
conference Web site.

The early registration deadline is May 2nd. We very much look
forward to seeing you in Ambleside, The English Lake  District,
U.K. this coming June.


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