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CEC Special Session on Intelligent Interface and Interactive Agents
Through Evolutionary Computation (IIIATEC)
Vancouver, CANADA
July 16-21 2006

Call for papers

CEC is the main Evolutionary Computation Conference, and in its 2006 
edition it will host in the Special Session program the
first on Intelligent Interface and Interactive Agents Through 
Evolutionary Computation (IIIATEC). The goals of the session
are to:

• Promote the use of Evolutionary Computation Techniques in the 
development of Intelligent Interface Agents
• Introduce researchers in Evolutionary Computation to problems in 
Intelligent Interface and Interactive Agent systems
• Develop definitions for architecture and planning of agents with the 
help of Evolutionary Computation
• Utilize Evolutionary Computation characteristics to improve specific 
properties of the Intelligent Interface and
Interactive Agents, such as benevolence, veracity, rationality, 
mobility, learning/adaptation.
• Improve effectiveness of generative systems using approaches from 
Interactive of Evolutionary Computation and/or
Intelligent Interface Agents.
• Evolutionary Computation framework that helps to automate the design 
process in user modelling for adaptive
interfaces and to take advantage of user modelling with an evolutionary 
algorithm approach


Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to, the application 
of Evolutionary Computation techniques to:

• Design of agent architectures
• Design of social-psychological models
• Control of agent behaviour
• Distribution of the domain knowledge
• Interaction of agents
• Character production
• Development processes
• Intelligent Agents Interaction in generative systems
• Evolutionary Computation in adaptive interfaces

Contributions should address a problem in the Intelligent Interface and 
Interactive Agents domain and should approach the
problem using an Evolutionary Computation technique. Contributions may 
also describe methods and techniques for improving the
applicability and effectiveness of Evolutionary Computation techniques 
when applied to Intelligent Interface and Interactive
Agents. Contributions that present innovative approaches, concepts 
and/or theories will also be considered.

Submission of Papers
Contributions that will be accepted:
• Papers: The maximum length expected for papers will be six pages

Please follow the format and instructions provided in the main 
conference submission guidelines:

Accepted papers will appear in the regular CEC Proceedings.

Important Dates

Submission deadline:
January 1, 2006

Notification of acceptance:
March 15, 2006

Camera Ready Due:
April 15, 2006

Special Session
July 16, 2006


Oswaldo Velez-Langs
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Angelica de Antonio
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Oswaldo Velez-Langs                                TEL. +34 91 488 7084
Dept. de Informática, Estadística y Telemática     FAX. +34 91 488 7049
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Calle Tulipan s/n 
Mostoles 28933, MADRID 

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