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8 - 11 April 2019, Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management (CogSIMA 2019), Las Vegas NV, U.S.A.

Date: 8 - 11 April 2019
Location: Las Vegas NV, U.S.A.
Deadline: Sunday 23 December 2018

The CogSIMA conference series provides an annual venue for presenting multi-disciplinary research on complex heterogeneous dynamical systems - of interacting humans, machines, computer agents and/or networks - whose individual and/or collective behavior depends on their Situation Awareness.

Examples of systems include a variety of command and control systems, disaster monitoring and recovery systems, human-robot teams, physical and cyber security situation awareness systems, intelligent transportation systems, health care medical situation control systems, and many other systems.

The CogSIMA conferences are aimed at researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and government, with a wide variety of backgrounds and experience including computer science, artificial intelligence, human factors, cognitive science, modeling & simulation, robotics, and systems engineering.

Two types of paper submissions will be accepted: Regular Papers (papers that describe new results that advance the state-of-the-art, 5-7 pages) and Poster Presentations (Papers that describe work in progress, 3-5 pages). All papers must present original and unpublished work that is not currently under review elsewhere.

Quantitative and/or qualitative methods and results are welcome, as well as hypotheses-driven or more open-ended exploratory work. Submissions must clearly outline the methodology (manipulations, measurements, environment and context, etc.) and technologies used, for both replicability and enabling in-depth review. In addition, research providing novel system designs, algorithms, interface technologies, and computational methods supporting elements of situation management are encouraged.

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