Call for Papers

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The Internet Age and the many changes it has brought into our world has made it necessary to develop new approaches to decision making and decision support. This idea emerges from a series of working conferences organised every two years by IFIP WG 8.3 on Decision Support Systems (DSS) since 1981. The large spread of decision problems, the constant evolution of the use of DSSs, and of collective/distributed tools in the Internet Age requires a widely open conference. The emergence of various streams, all relevant to our discipline, calls for the organization of a conference not limited to traditional DSS views.

Thus, the goal of this conference is to encourage the exchange of new ideas about decision support systems in the Internet Age and to promote their use in the decision making processes of organisations. The emphasis will also be put on emerging needs related to distributed and remote decision which could be supported through the web. New thoughts and new ideas for enhancing decision through the use of web technologies and the World Wide Web are especially welcome.

Topics >>  

The topics of interest for the conference are as follows:  

Building on the main focus of the conference, papers related to decision and internet are especially welcome, including (but not restricted to):

Submission  >>   

Authors are requested to submit full papers not exceeding 10 A4-pages in length with 2cm margins all around containing: the title, authors' names and affiliation, surface and electronic addresses, a 200 words abstract, up to 5 keywords, the text, figures, tables, etc., acknowledgments, and references. Papers should be in MSword format.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Authors must registered in the web site of the conference (http://afis.ucc.ie/DSIAge2002) and upload their paper in their password-protected accounts. The review process will also be handled within the web site. Authors who experience difficulties in either registering or submitting their papers should contact the administrators of the site at DSIAGE2002@UCC.IE. Authors may also send their papers as an attachment to an Email message addressed to Patrick Brezillon at: Patrick.Brezillon@lip6.fr.

Each Paper will be reviewed by two referees at least. Accepted papers will be published only if, at least, one of the authors is registered in due time. Accepted papers with at least one registered author will appear in the Proceedings of the Conference. After the conference a selection among the best papers of the Proceedings will be published as a book and/or a special issue in a high level journal in the IS area.

Time schedule>>   

Paper submission due:   

November 30th, 2001  

Notification to authors:  

January 25th, 2002  

Final version of accepted papers: 

February 22nd, 2002  

Conference: 

July 4th-7th, 2002  

                    

Language: >>  The official language of the conference is English.

Conference location: >>  Business Information Systems (B.I.S), University College Cork, Ireland.

Important: Last minute information on practical details will be posted on the web site of the conference at http://afis.ucc.ie/DSIAge2002

Conference chair: >>  

Jean-Charles Pomerol (University Paris 6, France)

Conference co-chair:  

Patrick Humphreys (London School of Economics, UK)

Chief Organizing officers:  

Frédéric Adam (University College of Cork, Ireland) &  Patrick Brézillon (University Paris 6, France)

Steering committee:  

Tung Bui (Hawaii University, USA), Frada Burstein (Monash University, Australia), Andrew McCosh (Edimburgh U., UK), Daniel Power (DSSResources.COM, USA), Ralph Sprague (Hawaii University, USA).

Local organizing committee >>  (University College of Cork):  

Frédéric Adam (Chair)

Karen Neville (Web site coordinator)

Dave Sammon (Co-chair)

Gaye Kiely 

Maria Jefferies (Administration)

Nora Ryan

Joe Cunnigham (Logistics)

Philip O'Reilly

 

Scientific Program Committee: >>   

F. Adam (U. College Cork, Ireland)  

D. Arnott (Monash U., Australie)  
A. Artiba (FUCAM, Mons, Belgium)   C. Loebbecke (Koeln U., Germany)
L. Bannon (U. Limerick, Ireland)   M. Mora (U. Autonoma de Aguascalientes, Mexico)  
H. Bhargava (Pennsylvania State U., U. Park, USA) E. Miresco (U. du Quebec /UTS, Canada)  
F. Bodendorf (U. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)   C. Murphy (U. College Cork, Ireland)  
M. Bohanec (Inst. Jozef Stefan, Slovenia)   B. O’Keefe (Brunel U., UK)  
M. Brännback (Turku School of Economics, Finland)   D. O’Leary (U. Southern California, USA)  
P. Brézillon (U. Paris 6, France)   D. Olson (Texas A&M U., USA)  
C. Carlsson  (Abo Akademi U., Finland)   D. Paradice (Florida State U., USA)  
S. Carlsson (Jönköping Business School, Sweden)   P. Perny (U. Paris 6, France)  
D. Cecez-Kecmanovic (U. of Western Sydney, Australia) S. Petrovic (Nottingham U., UK)  
P. Chau (U. of Hong Kong, China)   V. Rajkovic (U. of Maribor, Slovenia)
J. Climaco (U. de Coimbra, Portugal)   B. Ramesh (Georgia State U., Atlanta, USA)  
J.C. Courbon (INT, Evry, France)   C. Rosenthal-Sabroux (U. de Paris-Dauphine, France)
J. Courtney (Central Florida U., USA)   C. Rosenthal-Sabroux (U. de Paris-Dauphine, France)  
D. Dolk (Naval Postgraduate School, USA)   F. Rowe (U. of Nantes, France)  
G. Doukidis (Athens U. of Economics, Greece)   M. Shakun (NYU, USA)  
S. Eom (Southeast Missouri State U., USA)   G. Shanks (U. of Melbourne, Australia)  
M. Fahy (U. College Galway, Ireland)   J.P. Shim (Mississipi State U., USA)  
B. Fitzgerald (U. College Cork, Ireland)   E. Turban (City U., Hong Kong, China)  
G. Forgionne (U. of  Maryland, USA)   A. Vari (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
 C. Holsapple (U. of  Kentucky, USA)   P. Walden (Abo Akademi U., Finland)  
T. Jelassi (ENPC, Paris, France) G. Widmeyer (U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)  
O. Larichev (ISA, Moscow, Russia) S. T-X. Wu (Shih Hsin U., Taipei, Taiwan)  
P. Zarate (U. Toulouse, France)
C. Zopounnidis (Technical U. of Crete, Greece)

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