The International Workshop on Dependable Intelligent Systems (DeIS 2020) seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners to exchange and discuss the most recent dependability techniques and their applications on intelligence systems, such as driverless cars, unmanned aerial vehicle, mobile phone and so on. With the recent tremendous success of artificial intelligence in many software systems and hardware systems, increased research and efforts are incorporating artificial intelligence into the systems.
However, the quality assurance of intelligent systems is still at a very early stage. This year’s DeIS centers around three key scopes to bring researchers of diverse background (e.g., SRE, AI) with in-depth discussion and solutions for both dependability and intelligent systems: (1) how to define the dependability of intelligent systems; (2) how to increase the dependability of intelligent systems; and (3) how to better test and analyze the dependability of intelligent systems. Artificial intelligence has already significantly contributed to dependability communities. On the other hand, dependability for intelligent systems is still at a very early stage.
DeIS 2020 will be a workshop which seeks to develop a cross-domain community that systematically looks into both areas from the new perspective. The workshop will not only explore how we can apply the emerging dependability techniques to intelligent systems, but also the tools for assessing, predicting, and improving the dependability of intelligent systems. We hope DeIS can facilitate the process of creating intelligent systems with high quality, as well as accelerate the process of development and quality assurance with intelligence.
The list of topics includes, but is not limited to:
Authors are invited to submit original unpublished research papers as well as industrial practice papers. Simultaneous submissions to other conferences are not permitted.
Papers should be written in English and submitted in the PDF format. The length of a camera ready paper will be limited to ten pages, including the title of the paper, the name and affiliation of each author, a 150-word abstract, and up to 6 keywords. Shorter version papers (up to four pages) are also allowed.
Authors must follow the IEEE 8.5x11 2-column conference proceedings format (PDF | Word DOC | LaTeX) to prepare their papers. Each submission will be reviewed by at least three program committee members. Paper selection is based on the originality, technical contribution, presentation quality, and relevance to the workshop.
At least one of the authors of each accepted paper is required to pay full registration fee and present the paper at the workshop. Arrangements are being made to publish selected accepted papers in reputable journals.Submission
|Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
|Beijing Jiaotong University
|National Institute of Informatics