Space, Time and Ambient Intelligence 2013 (STAMI)
Spatio-Temporal Aspects of Human-Activity Interpretation
STAMI 2013 will be co-located with the Twenty-Seventh AAAI Conference (AAAI-13), Bellevue, Washington USA. July 14–18, 2013.
Submissions for STAMI 2013 are now OPEN!
Full paper submission deadline: April 7 2013 (see Dates)
Workshop date etc: tba
A wide-range of applications within the purview of Ambient Intelligence, Smart Environments, Cognitive Assistance Systems, and Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing require the ability to represent and reason about dynamic spatial phenomena. Systems concerned with observing, interpreting, and interacting in an environment populated by humans and artefacts require a formal means for representing and reasoning with spatio-temporal, event, and action driven phenomena that occur in the environment. The STAMI workshop addresses basic research questions concerned with operationalising ``commonsense situational awareness'' for assistive technologies within the purview of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments.
STAMI 2013 has a special focus on the topic of ``Spatio-Temporal Aspects of Human Activity Interpretation''; STAMI 2013 especially welcomes research concerned with monitoring and interpretation of people interactions, real-time commonsense situational awareness involving aspects such as scene perception and understanding, perceptual data analytics, and prediction & explanation-driven high-level control of autonomous systems. In this context, basic topics deemed important include activity and process models, behaviour and intention interpretation, spatial learning, modelling and reasoning about space, events, actions, interaction, spatio-temporal dynamics, and commonsense reasoning about spatio-temporal change. Research contributions are encouraged to address use-cases from specific application areas of interest as indicated on the STAMI website. Furthermore, we especially welcome prototypical demonstrations, and value initiatives and perspectives on benchmarking and promoting open-access of algorithms and systems.