" Agents for E-Business on the Internet "
At the 2001 International Conferences on Internet Computing (IC-2001) & Artificial Intelligence

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( part of a Multi-Conference event: PDPTA+IC+CISST+IC-AI+METMBS+ERSA
its URL:
Monte Carlo Resort, Las-Vegas, USA
June 25-28, 2001

"Paris" in Las-Vegas



Agent technology is one of the most promising tools to conduct business via the Internet and Intranets in an autonomous, intelligent, and efficient way. The goals of this session are to gather academic as well as industrial researchers to exchange new ideas and experiences, to initialize new connections toward future cooperation or to strengthen existing collaborations.

We welcome papers on architectures, protocols, algorithms, design, evaluation (performance, QoS, security), and implementation techniques for agent-based systems. Technical issues to be addressed include, but are not limited to:

Large-Scale E-Business Agent-Based Systems
Networking Supports for Internet Agents
Web Intelligent Interface with Agents
Agents for Database in E-Business
Wireless Agent-Based Systems

AI Techniques (Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Genetic Algorithms,..) for Internet Agents
Agent Communication
Agent Cooperation/Competition
Agent Negotiation And Learning

E-Management and E-Control with Agents
E-Trade and E-Marketplace with Agents
E-Payment and E-Banking with Agents
Financial & Investment Agent-Based Applications
Agent-based Supply Chains

Information Retrieval and Processing with Web Agents
Personal Agents
Agents for Games on the Internet
Security and Authentication



You are invited to submit papers to session chair (contact address is given below) by March 5. E-mail submission is preferred and PLEASE zip your file before submitting. The length of the Camera-Ready papers (if accepted) will be limited to 7 pages. Please include: paper title, your names, affiliation, address, E-mail, telephone and fax number and a maximum of 5 keywords in the first page of your paper.



Accepted papers will be published in the (IC-2001) INTERNET COMPUTING Conference Proceeding by CSREA Press (ISBN) in hard copy. The proceedings will be available at the conference site. In addition to the hard copy, it is also planned to publish the papers on a CD. Selected accepted papers will be considered for journal publication.



It is anticipated that this international event will attract about 1500 participants. This Multi-Conference event is composed of six (planned and more will likely be added) international conferences that will be held simultaneously (same dates and location). The six conferences are:

( a link to each conference's URL is available from http://www.ashland.edu/~iajwa/conferences/pdpta )



March 5, 2001 (Monday): Papers due

April 2, 2001 (Monday):    Notification of acceptance
May 1, 2001 (Tuesday):    Camera-Ready papers due
June 25 - 28, 2001:            IC-IC'2001



Dr. Hanh Pham
Department of Computer Science
State University of New York at New Paltz
75 S. Manheim Blvd. Suite 6, JFT 1008
New Paltz, NY 12561, USA
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.newpaltz.edu/~phamh/IC/
Tel: 1-845-257-3574
Fax: 1-845-257-3996