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missions in reality additionally deal with an envisaged mutual impression between them. As for the 2002 version in Irvine, the organizers desired to stimulate this cross-pollination with a software of shared well-known keynote audio system (this yr we acquired Sycara, - ble, Soley and Mylopoulos!), and inspired a number of attendance by way of delivering authors with unfastened entry to a different convention or workshop in their selection. We got a good better variety of submissions than final 12 months for the 3 meetings (360 in overall) and the workshops (170 in total). not just do we as a result back declare a measurable luck in attracting a consultant quantity of scienti?c papers, yet this type of harvest allowed this system committees after all to compose an excellent cross-section of globally study within the parts lined. despite the elevated variety of submissions, this system Chairs of the 3 major meetings determined to just accept purely nearly an identical variety of papers for presentation and booklet as in 2002 (i. e. , round 1 paper out of each 4–5 submitted). For the workshops, the attractiveness cost used to be approximately 1 in 2. additionally as a result, we determined to split the complaints into volumes with their very own titles, and we're thankful to Springer-Verlag for his or her collaboration in generating those books. The reviewing approach by way of the respective software committees used to be very specialist and every paper by and large meetings was once reviewed by means of not less than 3 referees.
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