The proceedings of the CIA workshop series are published as
volumes in the Springer series of Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence,
subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Former proceedings of the
CIA workshop series have been published by Springer in following LNAI volumes:
CIA-1997: LNAI 1202; CIA-1998: LNAI 1435; CIA-1999: LNAI 1652; CIA-2000:
LNAI 1860; CIA-2001: LNAI 2182; and CIA-2002: LNAI 2446. The proceedings
of the workshop will be available at the workshop.
The submission process has been closed with 59 submissions.
Notification of Authors: June 1, 2003
Camera-Ready Paper: June 15, 2003
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