April 15, 2011
PhD Student Papers Accepted to IJCAI
Congratulations to several NC State Computer Science PhD students on having their papers accepted to the premier artificial intelligence (AI) conference, the Twenty-Second International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). The conference, to be held this year in Barcelona, Spain, on July 16-22, is highly selective with only about 20% of papers submitted being accepted.
The students and the titles of their papers are:
“Classification of Emerging Extreme Event Tracks in Multivariate Spatio-Temporal Physical Systems Using Dynamic Network Structures: Application to Hurricane Track Prediction” (Huseyin Sencan, Zhengzhang Chen and Tatdow (Ann) Pansombut)
“Biclustering-Driven Ensemble of Bayesian Belief Network Classifiers for Underdetermined Problems” (Tatdow (Ann) Pansombut, William Hendrix (graduated December, 2010), and Brent Harrison)
IJCAI is the premier international gathering of AI researchers and practitioners. Held biennially in odd-numbered years since 1969, IJCAI is sponsored jointly by International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) and the national AI society(ies) of the host nation(s). For more information on IJCAI, click here.
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