Original papers are welcome in all areas of planning and scheduling research. Of particular interest will be papers that address real-world problems, bridge the gap between theory and practice, and those that effectively combine planning and scheduling with other areas of Computer Science. Contributions extending the state of the art and the rational foundations for critical issues such as Interactive or Mixed-Initiative Planning, Dynamic planning, and Uncertainty or Incompleteness in Planning will be particularly encouraged. Topics of interest include:
All accepted papers will appear in
full format (no short or "poster" papers) in the preprints and in
AIPS'02 proceedings, published after
the conference as a book. All papers must be formally presented at the conference, through oral presentations, and eventually through demonstrations or posters.
Papers must not exceed ten (10) pages based on the AAAI style template ; formatting templates can be obtained here.
Submitters should use the electronic submission system below in order to send a file containing their full paper in pdf format (preferred) or in postscript format. When electronic submission is not possible, authors are asked to contact one of the co-chairs for special instruction at email@example.com.