Call for Papers
Fielded applications of planning must interact with a world that can be inexplicably hostile in unexpected ways. Game theoretic means of handling adversarial environments are both computationally expensive and impose their own assumptions which can be violated or exploited. This makes understanding how planning techniques react to provocations and false information a critical requirement for planning system deployments. The workshop will look at both sides of the problem — from characterizing attacks and vulnerabilities to proposed methods for detecting and mitigating threats.
Topics of interest include:
Use cases and techniques for effective deception against planning systems
Techniques for identifying and reacting to adversarial conditions
Theoretical foundations and results for deception and robustness
Analysis of robustness and stability of planning frameworks, including planning engines and corresponding knowledge models
Validation and Verification of planning systems deployed in adversarial environment
Relationships between game theory, automated planning, and applications of theory to planning system deployment
Adversary modeling, both for evaluating the effect of deception on an actor and identifying adversarial inputs
Applications of planning in adversarial conditions, e.g., cybersecurity operations
Authors may submit technical papers of up to 8 pages (+1 for references). We also encourage the submission of short papers (4+1) focussing on preliminary results, and challenge papers (2 pages) to discuss open problems. All submissions should be anonymized and conform to the AAAI style template. The papers must be submitted in a PDF format via the EasyChair system. Submissions will be reviewed by at least two referees.
We welcome the presentation of relevant work published recently in archival conferences and journals. For these submissions, please submit a short note pointing to the work and justifying its relevance. If the work is still under review, attach an anonymized copy. Already published work will not be included in the proceedings.
Paper submission deadline: March 18, 2022 (AOE)
Notification: April 15, 2022
Camera-ready paper submission: June 10, 2022
Lukas Chrpa, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
Mauro Vallati, University of Huddersfield, UK
Andy Applebaum, Apple Inc., USA
Ron Alford, The MITRE Corporation, USA
DAPSPAC 2022 : 2022 Workshop on Deception Against Planning Systems and Planning in Adversarial Conditions will take place in Singapore. It’s a 6 days event starting on Jun 19, 2022 (Sunday) and will be winded up on Jun 24, 2022 (Friday).
DAPSPAC 2022 falls under the following areas: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, FORMAL METHODS, CYBER SECURITY, MODELING, etc. Submissions for this Workshop can be made by Mar 18, 2022. Authors can expect the result of submission by Apr 15, 2022. Upon acceptance, authors should submit the final version of the manuscript on or before Jun 10, 2022 to the official website of the Workshop.
Please check the official event website for possible changes before you make any travelling arrangements. Generally, events are strict with their deadlines. It is advisable to check the official website for all the deadlines.
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