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Call for Papers

Special Issue of the
ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems
on HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DECADE IN INTERACTIVE INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

Main submission deadline: May 31st, 2011

http://tiis.acm.org/special-issues.html

AIMS AND SCOPE

The closing of the first decade of the 21st century saw the
launch of a top-tier journal devoted to research on all types of
interactive intelligent systems: the ACM Transactions on
Interactive Intelligent Systems (tiis.acm.org).

It is fitting that ACM TiiS should publish a special issue
comprising papers that showcase some of the most important work
of the past decade in this area.

The submissions to this special issue can concern any of the
research areas that fall within the scope of the journal.  Their
difference from articles in other issues of the journal will lie
in their unusual importance and impact as representatives of
research from the first decade of this century: They will
describe the sort of work that someone might refer to when
explaining to a person from another field why intelligent
interactive systems are an important area to pay attention to.

The research will probably have given rise to a number of
publications during the past decade. The "Highlights ..."
submission should add value to any such previous publications,
for example ...
   ...  by providing a comprehensive publication on the research,
   whereas previous publications have focused on particular
   aspects of the work;
   ... by reporting on results and insights that were not covered
   in previous publications;
   ... by including a discussion of the impact that the research
   has had since the original publications appeared.

EDITING OF THE SPECIAL ISSUE

Since this special issue is not restricted to a particular topic
area, it will be edited by the editors-in-chief of ACM TiiS
(tiis-eic[at]acm.org). Each submission will be managed by one of the
associate editors of TiiS and reviewed by three experienced
reviewers. Final decisions about inclusion of accepted papers in
the "Highlights ..." special issue will be made by a jury
comprising several TiiS associate editors who are not associated
with any of the submissions.

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Elisabeth Andre
Abraham Bernstein
Eric Horvitz
Henry Kautz
Judy Kay
Alfred Kobsa
Henry Lieberman
Gary Marchionini
Joe Marks
Riichiro Mizoguchi
Dan Olsen
Sharon Oviatt
Fabio Paterno
Candace Sidner
Barry Smyth
Matthew Turk
Jean Vanderdonckt
Wolfgang Wahlster
John Zimmerman

EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

Anthony Jameson
John Riedl

IMPORTANT DATES

- By May 31st, 2011: Submission of manuscripts
- By August 23rd, 2011: Notification about decisions on initial
   submissions
- By October 4th, 2011: Submission of revised manuscripts
- By November 15th, 2011: Notification about decisions on revised
   manuscripts
- By December 6th, 2011: Submission of manuscripts with final
   minor changes
- Starting January, 2012: Publication of the special issue on the TiiS
   website, in the ACM Digital Library, and (shortly afterward) as a
   printed issue

HOW TO SUBMIT

Please see the instructions for authors on the TiiS website
(tiis.acm.org).

ABOUT ACM TiiS

TiiS (pronounced "T double-eye S") is a new ACM journal for
research about intelligent systems that people interact with.
The journal's procedures and infrastructure have been designed to
combine the traditional quality and depth of ACM journals with
the efficiency and predictability of the best-run conferences.

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