|Paper Submission Deadline|
|Paper Notification||June 1, 2023|
|Workshop||August 19, 2023|
|Camera Ready||September 3, 2023|
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
- multi-perspective process models (including data, time, resources)
- declarative processes
- explainable and trustworthy AI for process management and process mining
- conversational systems, natural language processing, and human-machine interaction for process management
- knowledge-representation for process management: reasoning about actions and processes, planning, and synthesis
- AI techniques for process discovery, conformance checking, prescriptive and predictive monitoring
- AI techniques for clustering and classification of process execution traces
- machine learning for event recognition on semi-structured and unstructured data
- association rule mining, specification mining, and decision mining from process execution traces
- novel metrics for the measurement of process conformance
- AI for process management over uncertain data and models
- multiagent systems, strategic reasoning, game theory, and mechanism design for multi-party processes
- multi-objective optimization, decision-making, and continuous improvement
- goal and key performance indicator alignment in process management
- autonomous Digital Twins generation for process management
- causal reasoning and process management
Submissions must be written in English, prepared using the new CEUR-ART 1-column style, formatted in PDF and submitted via EasyChair.
PMAI 2023 invites submissions of research, industry and application contributions as well as software demonstrations.
There are two submission formats:
- Regular papers (11-12 pages including an appropriate number of references): must contain enough substance that they can be cited in other publications and may not have appeared before.
- Extended Abstracts (2-4 pages including an appropriate number of references): results and ideas of interest to the PMAI audience, including position papers, system and application descriptions and presentations of preliminary results, overview of papers accepted at another conference or which you submitted or plan to submit to another conference. In the latter case, extended abstracts must clearly state the venue where the paper has been accepted or submitted alongside its status.
All accepted papers are expected to be presented at the conference and at least one author of each accepted paper must travel to the IJCAI venue in person. Multiple submissions of the same paper to other IJCAI workshops are forbidden.
Submissions should be single blind so the names of the authors will be visible to the reviewers and should be indicated on the submitted files. In justified cases, if you wish your submission to be handled anonymously (i.e., double-blind) please send us an e-mail explaining the reasons. You will receive instructions on how to proceed.
Camera Ready Preparation
The proceedings will be submitted to CEUR-WS.org for online publication. Papers will be published under a CC BY 4.0 license that will be included in an open-access proceedings volume of CEUR Workshop Proceedings, indexed by both Scopus and DBLP. Extended Abstracts are no longer indexed by dblp.org and the case of an abstract of a pre-published paper may require a permission by the copyright holder.