Paper and Program

Important Dates

Event Date
 Paper submission deadline  June 1, 2008
 Paper acceptance notifications  August 9, 2008
 Camera-ready papers & copyright  August 25, 2008
 Registration and payment of author  August 25, 2008
 Conference  December 15-19, 2008

Call for Papers

The Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (PRICAI-08)

 Hanoi, Vietnam
15-19 December 2008

The conference Poster in PDF format can be downloaded here.
The Call for Papers in PDF format can be downloaded


The Program Committee invites technical papers on substantial, original, and unpublished research in all aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI). PRICAI  aims  to bring together a large and diverse community, which includes practitioners, researchers, educators, and users. Topics of PRICAI-08 include, but are by no way limited to:

AI foundations
Applications of AI
Cognitive modeling and human interaction
Computer-aided education
Constraint satisfaction
Creativity support
Decision theory
Evolutionary computation
Game playing and interactive entertainment
Information integration and extraction
Information retrieval and extraction
Knowledge acquisition and ontology
Knowledge engineering
Knowledge representation
Machine learning and data mining
Model-based systems
Multimedia and AI
Natural language processing
Planning and scheduling
Text/Web data
Social intelligence
Speech processing
Vision and perception


For any further query, please contact the Program Committee Chairs at the following addresses:

Prof. Ho Tu Bao
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
1-1 Asahidai Tatsunokuchi Ishikawa 923-1292, Japan
Phone & Fax: +81-761-51-1730

Prof. Zhi-Hua Zhou
Nanjing University.
Phone & Fax: (86) 25-8368-6268

All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least three PC members on the basis of technical quality, relevance to PRICAI-08, originality, significance, and clarity. Accepted papers will appear in proceedings published by Springer-Verlag as part of their LNCS/LNAI Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series. Details about the LNCS/LNAI series can be found at


Paper Submission

Because of numerous requests for extensions, the deadline for submission of papers to PRICAI'08 was extended to June 1st, 2008.

Please submit your papers by using the online submission system:

Proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag as a volume of LNAI series. All papers (including camera-ready version) must be submitted electronically in PDF/DOC format and in Springer LNAI format, using the conference management tool. The Springer's manuscript submission guidelines (here). The length of each submitted paper should not longer than 12 pages. Detailed instructions are available at

The submitted papers must not be published or under consideration to be published elsewhere.

For each accepted paper to be presented at PRICAI'08 and included in the conference proceedings, a copyright is requested to submit when sending the camera-ready. The copyright form can be downloaded at,10735,5-164-2-72376-0,00.html.

Note:            Title of the Book/Volume/Conference: PRICAI 2008
                    Volume Editor(s): Tu Bao Ho and Zhi-Hua Zhou

The copyright form can be sent in pdf file to or by fax to +81-761-51-1732.



Proceedings and Special Issues

All accepted papers will be published by Springer Verlag as a volume of LNAI series.

PRICAI’08 will have a special issue in International Journal of Software and Informatics (IJSI, and is planning to have another special issue in Journal of Intelligent Data Analysis (IDA,





Conference program

PRICAI 2008 Program
(The conference program in pdf format can be downloaded here)

                  Tuesday, December 16, 2008






 (half hour   


Workshop 1

(Room 702)

Pacific Rim Knowledge Acquisition

Workshop 2

(Room 923)

Empirical Methods for Asian Language Processing

Workshop 3

(Room 902)

Soft Computing for  Knowledge Technology

Workshop 4

(Room 903)

Knowledge, Language, and Learning in Bioinformatics

Tutorial 1

(Room 816)

Empirical Methods for Artificial Intelligence

Tutorial 3

(Room 303)

Writing and Presenting Scientific Papers







(half hour break)

Workshop 1

(Room 702)

Pacific Rim Knowledge Acquisition

Workshop 2

(Room 923)

Empirical Methods for Asian Language Processing

Workshop 3

(Room 902)

Soft Computing for  Knowledge Technology

Workshop 4

(Room 903)

Knowledge, Language, and Learning in Bioinformatics

Tutorial 1

(Room 816)

Empirical Methods for Artificial Intelligence

 Tutorial 2

(Room 303)


Agent & Data Mining






Conference Reception

              Wednesday 17, 2008



Registration & Coffee



Opening Session

Conference Chair welcome speech, HUT President speech, PC Chair report, Best Paper Award Ceremony



Keynote Talk (Chair: Hiroshi Motoda)

What shall we do next? The challenges of AI midway through its first century (Paul Cohen, Arizona University)



Coffee Break



PS1: Knowledge Representation

(Room 902)

Chair: Peter Eklund

1.  An ATP of a Relational Proof System for Order of Magnitude Reasoning with Negligibility, Non-Closeness and Distance, J. Goliinska-Pilarek, A. Mora, E. Munoz Velasco (L)

2.  Some Results on the Completeness of Approximation Based Reasoning, Tran Cao Son, Enrico Pontelli (L)

3.  Representation = Grounded Information, Mary-Anne Williams (L)

4.  Semantic Filtering for DDL-based Service Composition, Wenjia Niu, Zhongzhi Shi, Peng Cao, Hui Peng, Liang Chang (R)

PS2: Constraint Satisfaction

(Room 903)

Chair: Duc Nghia Pham

1.       Non-Negative Sparse Principal Component Analysis for Multidimensional Constrained Optimization, Thanh D. X. Duong, Vu N. Duong (L)

2.       Finding Orthogonal Arrays Using Satisfiability Checkers and Symmetry Breaking Constraints, Feifei Ma, Jian Zhang (L)

3.       Using Cost Distributions to Guide Weight Decay in Local Search for SAT, John Thornton, Duc Nghia Pham (L)

4.       Probabilistic Nogood Store as a Heuristic, Andrei Missine, William Havens (R)


PS3: Machine Learning and Data Mining 1

(Room 923)

Chair: Kenji Satou

1.    The Density-based Agglomerative Information Bottleneck, Yongli Ren, Yangdong Ye, Gang Li (L)

2.    A Novel Heuristic Algorithm for Privacy Preserving of Associative Classification, Nattapon Harnsamut, Juggapong Natwichai (L)

3.    Feature Selection for Clustering on High Dimensional Data, Hong Zeng, Yiu-ming Cheung (R)

4.    Advancing Topic Ontology Learning through Term Extraction, Blaž Fortuna, Nada Lavrač, Paola Velardi (R)

PS4: Language and Speech 1

(Room 816)

Chair: Araki Shimazu

1.    A Probabilistic Approach to the Interpretation of Spoken Utterances, Ingrid Zukerman, Enes Makalic, Michael Niemann, Sarah George (L)

2.    A Probabilistic Model for Understanding Composite Spoken Descriptions, Enes Makalic, Ingrid Zukerman, Michael Niemann, Daniel Schmidt (R)

3.    Constrained Sequence Classification for Lexical Disambiguation, The Truyen Tran, Dinh Phung, Svetha Venkatesh (L)

4.    Natural Language Interface Construction using Semantic Grammars, Thanh Huong Le, Kim Anh Nguyen (R)



                                                                                                                            Buffet Lunch



Invited Talk 1 (Chair: Nada Lavrac;  Room: Meeting hall, 10th floor)

Exposing the causal structure of processes by learning CP-logic programs (Hendrik Blockeel, K.U.Leuven and Leiden University)



Coffee Break



PS5: AI Foundation 1 

(Room: 902)

Chair: Mary-Anne Williams

1.  KT and S4 Satisfiability in a Constraint Logic Environment, Lynn Stevenson, Katarina Britz, Tertia Horne (L)

2.  On the Attribute Reduction Model for Real-Valued Decision Tables Based on Grey-Rough Hybrid Model, Daisuke Yamaguchi, Chang Ting-Cheng (L)

3.  Learning From the Past with Experiment Databases, Joaquin Vanschoren, Bernhard Pfahringer, Geo Holmes (L)  

4.  Dual Properties of the Relative Belief of singletons, Fabio Cuzzolin (L)

5.  An imperative account of actions, Victor Jauregui, Son Bao Pham (R)


PS6: AI Applications 1

(Room 903)  

Chair: Vu Nguyen Duong

1.  Distributed Memory Bounded Path Search Algorithms for Pervasive Computing Environments, Anoj Ramasamy Sundar, Colin Keng-Yan Tan (L)

2.  Agent for Predicting Online Auction Closing Price in a Simulated Auction Environment (L), Deborah Lim, Patricia Anthony, Chong Mun Ho (L)

3.  Evolutionary Feature Selections for Face Detection System (L), Zalhan Mohd Zin, Marzuki Khalid, Rubiyah Yusof (L)

4.  Map Building by Sequential Estimation of Inter-Feature Distances, Atsushi Ueta, Takehisa Yairi, Hirofumi Kanazaki, Kazuo Machida (L)

5.  Domain-Driven Local Exceptional Pattern Mining for Detecting Stock Price Manipulation, Yuming Ou, Longbing Cao, Chao Luo, Chengqi Zhang (R)

PS7: Intelligent Agent 1

(Room 923)

Chair: Hendrik Blockeel

1.    An Argumentation Framework Based on Conditional Priorities, Bao Vo (L)

2.    State-Based Regression with Sensing and Knowledge, Richard  Scherl, Cao Son Tran, Chitta Baral (L)

3.    Optimal Multi-Issue Negotiation in Open and Dynamic Environments, Fenghui Ren, Minjie Zhang (L)

4.    Meta-level Control of Multiagent Learning in Dynamic Repeated Resource Sharing Problems, Itsuki Noda, Masayuki Ohta (L)

5.    Evolution of Migration Behavior with Multi-Agent Simulation, Hideki Hashizume, Atsuko Mutoh, Shohei Kato, Hidenori Itoh (R)


PS8: Computer-Aided Education, Knowledge Acquisition and Ontologies

(Room 816)

 Chair: Riichiro Mizoguchi

1.    Temporal Data Mining for Educational Applications, Paul Cohen, Carole Beal (L)

2.    Using Semantic Web Technologies for the Assessment of Open Questions, Dagoberto Castellanos, Jesualdo Tomás Fernández-Breis, Rafael Valencia-Garcia, Carlos Alberto Cruz Corona (L)

3.    On the Computability and Complexity Issues of Extended RDF, Anastasia Analyti, Grigoris Antoniou, Carlos Damasio, Gerd Wagner (L)

4.    Statistical Model for Japanese Abbreviations, Norifumi Murayama, Manabu Okumura (L)

5.    Instance Management Problems in the Role Model of Hozo, Satoshi Endo, Kouji Kozaki, Riichiro Mizoguchi (R)

           Thursday, December 18, 2008



Registration & Coffee



Invited Talk 2 (Chair: Manabu Okumura; Room: Meeting hall, 10th floor)

Large Scale Corpus Analysis and Recent Applications (Yuji Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Science and Technology)



Coffee Break



PS9: Information Integration and Extraction 1

(Room 902)

Chair: Debbie Richards

1.  Fault Resolution in Case-Based Reasoning, Ha Manh Tran, Juergen Schoenwaelder (L)

2.  Document-Based HITS Model for Multi-Document Summarization, Xiaojun Wan (L)

3.  A graph-based method for combining collaborative and content-based filtering, Nguyen Duy Phuong, Le Quang Thang, Tu Minh Phuong (R)


4.  Exploring Combinations of Ontological Features and Keywords for Text Retrieval, Tru H. Cao, Khanh C. Le, Vuong M. Ngo (R)

PS10: Evolutionary Computation

(Room 903)

Chair: Marcin Szczuka

1.       Evolutionary Computation Using Interaction among Genetic Evolution, Individual Learning and Social Learning, Takashi Hashimoto, Katsuhide Warashina (L)

2.       Mining Multidimensional Data through Element Oriented Analysis, Yihao Zhang, Mehmet A.Orgun, Weiqiang Lin, Rohan Baxter (L)

3.       Hierarchical Differential Evolution for Parameter Estimation in Chemical Kinetics, Yuan Shi, Xing Zhong (R)

4.       Differential Evolution Based on Improved Learning Strategy, Yuan Shi, Zhen-zhong Lan, Xiang-hu Feng (R)


PS11: Machine Learning and Data Mining 2

(Room 923)  

Chair: Hung Son Nguyen

1.    Knowledge Supervised Text Classification with no Labeled Documents, Congle Zhang, Gui-Rong Xue,YongYu (L)

2.    A Heuristic Data Reduction Approach for Associative Classification Rule Hiding, Juggapong Natwichai, Xingzhi Sun, Xue Li (L)

3.    Multi-class Support Vector Machine Simplification, Dung Duc Nguyen, Kazunori Matsumoto, Kazuo Hashimoto, Yasuhiro Takishima, Daichi Takatori, Masahiro Terabe (R)

4.    Handling Unknown and Imprecise Attribute Values in Propositional Rule Learning: A Feature-Based Approach, Dragan Gamberger, Nada Lavrač, Johannes Fürnkranz (R)

PS12: AI Application 2 & Vision and Perception

(Room 816)

Chair: Krzysztof Cios

1.  Efficient Exhaustive Generation of Functional Programs using Monte-Carlo Search with Iterative Deepening, Susumu Katayama (L)

2.  Bayesian Inference on Hidden Knowledge in High-Throughput Molecular Biology Data, Viet Anh Nguyen, Zdena Koukolikva -Nicola, Franco Bagnoli, Pietro Lio (L)

3.  Prediction of Protein Functions from Protein Interaction Networks: A Naïve Bayes Approach, Cao D. Nguyen, Katheleen J. Gardiner, Duong Nguyen, Krzysztof J. Cios (R)

4.  External force for active contours: gradient vector convolution, Yuanquan Wang, Yunde Jia (R)



Buffet Lunch




Poster Highlight Session (Chair: Zhi-Hua Zhou; Room: Meeting hall, 10th floor)


Posters + Coffee


1.  Mining Weighted Frequent Patterns in Incremental Databases, Chowdhury Farhan Ahmed, Syed Khairuzzaman Tanbeer, Byeong-Soo Jeong, Young-Koo Lee

2.  New Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm for Solving Constrained Minimum Spanning Tree Problem, Binh Huynh Thi Thanh, Nguyen Truong Binh

3.  An Improved Tabu Search Algorithm for 3D Protein Folding Problem, Xiaolong Zhang, Wen Cheng

4.  Revision of Spatial Information by Containment, Omar Doukari, Robert Jeansoulin, Eric Würbel

5.  Domain-Independent Error-Based Simulation for Error-Awareness and Its Preliminary Evaluation, Tomoya Horiguchi, Tsukasa Hirashima

6.  Recommendation Algorithm for Learning Materials that Maximizes Expected Test Scores, Tomoharu Iwata, Tomoko Kojiri, Takeshi Yamada, Toyohide Watanabe

7.  A Characterization of Sensitivity Communication Robots Based on the Mood Transition, Chika Itoh, Shohei Kato, Hidenori Itoh

8.  A Hybrid Kansei Design Expert System using Artificial Intelligence, Chen Jyun-Sing, Wang Kun-Chieh, Liang Jung-chin

9.        Solving the Contamination Minimization Problem on Networks for the Linear Threshold Model, Masahiro Kimura, Kazumi Saito, Hiroshi Motoda

10.     A data-driven Approach for Finding the Threshold Relevant to the Temporal Data Context of an Alarm of Interest, Savo Kordic, Peng Lam, Jitian Xiao, Huaizhong Li

11.     Joint Power Control and Subcarrier Allocation in MC-CDMA Systems - An Intelligent Search Approach, Le Xuan Dung

12.     Branch and Bound Algorithms to Solve Semiring Constraint Satisfaction Algorithms, Louise Leenen, Aditya Ghose

13.     Image Analysis of the Relationship between Changes of Cornea and Postmortem Interval, Fang Liu, Shaohua Zhu, Yuxiao Fu, Fan Fan, Tianjiang Wang, Songfeng Lu

14.     Context-based Term Frequency Assessment for Text Classification, Rey-Long Liu

15.     Outlier Mining on Multiple Time Series Data in Stock Market, Chao Luo, Yuming Ou, Longbing Cao, Yanchang Zhao, Li Liu

16.     Generating Interactive Facial Expression of Communication Robots Using Simple Recurrent Network, Yuki Matsui, Masa- yoshi Kanoh, Shohei Kato, Hidenori Itoh

17.     Effects of Repair Support Agent for Accurate Multilingual Communication, Mai Miyabe, Takashi Yoshino, Tomohiro Shigenobu

18.     Personalized Summarization Agent using Non-negative Matrix Factorization, Sun Park

19.     Interactive Knowledge Acquisition & Scenario Authoring, Debbie Richards

20.     Reconstructing Hard Problems in a Human-readable and Machine-processable Way, Rolf Schwitter

21.     Evolving Intrusion Detection Rules on Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Sevil Sen, John A. Clark

22.     On the Usefulness of Interactive Computer Game Logs for Agent Modelling, Matthew Sheehan, Ian Watson

23.     An Empirical Study on the Effect of Different Similarity Measures on User-Based Collaborative Filtering Algorithms, Ashish Sureka, Pranav Prabhakar Mirajkar

24.     Using Self-Organizing Maps with Learning Classifier System for Intrusion Detection, Kreangsak Tamee, Pornthep Rojanavasu, Sonchai Udomthanapong, Ouen Pinngern

25.     A Half-global Discretization Algorithm Based on Rough Sets Theory, Xu Tan


26. Towards Adapting XCS for Imbalance Problems, Thach Huy Nguyen, Sombut Foitong, Phaitoon Srinil, Ouen Pinngern

27. Continuous Pitch Contour as an Improvement Feature for Music Information Retrieval by Humming/Singing, Nguyen Truong Duc Tri, Le Nhat Minh, Nguyen Duc Hoang Ha, Vu Hai Quan

28. Classification Using Improved Hybrid Wavelet Neural Networks

Nhu Khue Vuong, Yi Zhi Zhao, Xiang Li

29. Online Classifier considering the Importance of Attributes, Hiroaki Ueda, Yo Nasu, Yuki Mikura, Kenichi Takahashi

30. Transferring Knowledge from another Domain for Learning Action Models, Hankui Zhuo, Qiang Yang, Derek Hao Hu, Lei Li

31. Texture and Target Orientation Estimation from Phase Congruency, Qingbo Yin, Liran Shen, Jong Nam Kim

32. Query Classification and Expansion for Translation Mining via Search Engines, Jian-Min Yao, Jun Sun, Lei Guo, Qiao-Ming Zhu



PS13: Information Integration and         Extraction 2

(Room 902)

Chair: Wai K. Yeap

1.  Clustering with Feature Order Preferences, Jun Sun, Wenbo Zhao, Jiangwei Xue, Zhiyong Shen, Yidong Shen (L)

2.  Ontology-based Natural Query Retrieval using Conceptual Graphs, Tho Thanh Quan, Siu Cheung Hui (L)

3.  An Improvement of PAA for Dimensionality Reduction in Large Time Series Databases, Nguyen Quoc Viet Hung, Duong Tuan Anh  (R)


PS14: Language and Speech 2

(Room 903) 

Chair: Luis Weruaga

1.  Sentence Compression by Removing Recursive Structure from Parse Tree, Seiji Egawa, Yoshihide Kato, Shigeki Matsubara (L)

2.  Learning to Identify Comparative Sentences in Chinese Text, Xiaojiang Huang, Xiaojun Wan, Jianwu Yang, Jianguo Xiao (L)

3.  A Syntactic-based Word Re-Ordering for English-Vietnamese Statistical Machine Translation System, Nguyen Hong Nhung, Dinh Dien (R)

4.  SalienceGraph: Visualizing Salience Dynamics of Written Discourse by Using Reference Probability and PLSA, Shun Shiramatsu, Kazunori Komatani, Tetsuya Ogata, Hiroshi G. Okuno (R)

PS15: Cognitive & Human Interaction

(Room 923)

Chair: Takashi Hashimoto

1.    Toward Formalizing Common-Sense Psychology: An Analysis of the False-Belief Task, Konstantine Arkoudas, Selmer Bringsjord (L)

2.    Low Resolution Gait Recognition With High Frequency Super Resolution, Junping Zhang, Yuan Chen, Changyou Chen (L)

3.    Availability of Web Knowledge for Intercultural Communication, Takashi Yoshino, Kunikazu Fujii, Tomohiro Shigenobu (L)

4.    Personalized Search using ODP-based User Profiles Created from User Bookmark, Tetsuya Oishi, Yoshiaki Kambara, Tsunenori Mine, Ryuzo Hasegawa, Hiroshi Fujita, Miyuki Koshimura (L)

PS16: Intelligent Agent 2 &                   Vision and Perception

(Room 816)

Chair: Chengqi Zhang

1.  Quantifying Commitment, Timothy William Cleaver, Abdul Sattar (L)

2.  Computing Stable Skeletons with Particle Filters, Xiang Bai, Xingwei Yang, Longin Latecki, Yanbo Xu, Wenyu Liu (L)

3.  Constraint Relaxation Approach for Over-Constrained Agent Interaction, Mohd Fadzil Hassan, Dave Robertson (R)

4.  Towards Autonomous Robot Operation: Path Map Generation of an Unknown Area by a New Trapezoidal Approximation Method Using a Self Guided Vehicle and Shortest Path Calculation by a Proposed SRS Algorithm, Kabir Ahmed, Md. Shirajum Munir, A.S.M. Shihavuddin, Md. ashraful Hoque (R)

              Friday, December 19, 2008



Registration & Coffee



Invited Talk 3 (Chair: Tu Bao Ho; Room: Meeting hall, 10th floor)

Building Structured Web Community Portals via Extraction, Integration, and Mass Collaboration (An-Hai Doan, Wisconsin Madison University)



Coffee Break



PS17: Information Integration and Extraction 3

(Room 902)

Chair: Hoang Tru Cao

1.    Feature Selection using Mutual Information: An Experimental Study, Huawen Liu, Lei Liu, Huijie Zhang (L)

2.    Developing Evaluation Model of Topical Term for Document-Level Sentiment Classification, Yi Hu, Li Wenjie, Qin Lu (L)

3.    Structure Extraction from Presentation Slide Information, Tessai Hayama, Hidetsugu Nanba, Susumu Kunifuji (R)

4.    Combining Local and Global Resources for Constructing an Error-Minimized Opinion Word Dictionary, Linh Hoang, Jung-Tae Lee, Young-In Song, Hae-Chang Rim (R)

PS 18: Language and Speech 3 &  Vision and Perception

(Room 903)

Chair: Seong-Bae Park

1.  Time-Frequency Analysis of Vietnamese Speech Inspired on Chirp Auditory Selectivity, Luis Weruaga, Ha Nguyen (L)

2.  Identification of Subject Shareness for Korean-English Machine Translation, Kye-Sung Kim, Seong-Bae Park, Sang-Jo Lee (L)

3.  Exploiting the Role of Named Entities in Query-Oriented Document Summarization, Li Wenjie, Wei Furu, Lu Qin, He Yanxiang (R)

4.  A Multi-modal Particle Filter based Motorcycle Tracking System, Phi-Vu Nguyen, Hoai-Bac Le (R)

PS19: : Machine Learning and Data Mining 3

(Room 923)

Chair: Geoff Holmes

1.    Constrained Local Regularized Transducer for Multi-Component Category Classification, Congle Zhang, Yong Yu

2.    Behavior Learning Based on a Policy Gradient Method: Separation of Environmental Dynamics and State Values in Policies, Seiji Ishihara, Harukazu Igarashi (L)

3.    Knowledge Discovery from Time Series Data for Events Prediction, Ehsanollah Gholami, Mohammadreza Matash Borujerdi (R)

4.    Learning Discriminative Sequence Models from Partially Labelled Data for Activity Recognition, Tran The Truyen, Hung Bui, Dinh Q. Phung and Svetha Venkatesh (R)

PS20: AI Foundation 2

(Room: 816)

Chair: Abdul Sattar

1.    Alternative formulations of the theory of evidence based on basic plausibility and commonality assignments, Fabio Cuzzolin (L)

2.    NIIA: Nonparametric Iterative Imputation Algorithm, Shichao Zhang, Zhi Jin, Xiaofeng Zhu (L)

3.    Fuzzy Communication Reaching Consensus under Acyclic Condition, Takashi Matsuhisa (L)

4.    Stability Margin for Linear Systems with Fuzzy Parametric Uncertainty, Petr Husek (L)



Buffet Lunch

14 :00







Dec 20, 21




  1. Time for Presentation
    1. The presentation time for Long paper is 25 minutes (20 min talk + 5 min Q&A)
    2. The presentation time for Regular paper is 20 minutes (16 min talk + 4 min Q&A)
    3. The presentation time for Short paper is 2 minutes at the plenary session plus the posters from 15:00-16:00 of 18th December.

2.       Guide for presenters

    1. For oral presentation of Long and Regular papers: Each room will be equipped with a computer and a projector. Please be at the session 10 minutes before its starting to contact the session chair and copy your slides on the computer.
    2. For short papers and poster presentation: (1) You are recommended to prepare 2-3 slides for presenting the problem and your main contribution; (2) Please name your file of slides by “Poster01”, …, “Poster32”, according to the order of your paper in the poster session (See “Poster Highlight Session) and send it to with the Subject: “PRICAI-08: Poster01”, etc. before 9am of 18th December; (3) To have your poster on the assigned board before 2pm of 18th December.




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