KES2014 18th International Conference on Knowledge
Based Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems
15，16&17 September 2014
Call for papers
Skill Acquisition and Ubiquitous Human
This session will focus on the intelligence in skills and novel human computer
interactions in the coming ubiquitous era. Knowledge and/or intelligence can be found
not only in the form of language but also they appear in behaviors and skills of living
creatures. With a motion capture system, ubiquitous sensors, and other electronics
devices, we can electronically observe and record people motions.
The knowledge and skills elicited from these should be useful especially when you
learn skills of playing sports, musical instruments and crafting things.
The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
1. Method of observing behaviors and motions of human being and other
living creatures. This includes sensor devices/systems and algorithms.
2. Intelligence model in behaviors and motions.
3. Ubiquitous system that can provide novel human computer interaction,
e.g. Q & A system.
Papers are invited for KES2014 on topics lying within the scope of the conference.
All contributions must be of high quality, original, and must not have been previously
published elsewhere or intended for publication elsewhere.
All papers will be reviewed by members of the International Program Committee and depending
on their level and attributes, may be selected for oral or poster presentation, and publication in
the conference proceedings. Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended
versions of their papers for publication as full journal papers, for example in the KES Journal
or other journals.
Submissions for the conference must be made as complete papers (there is no abstract
submission stage) submitted as PDF documents through the PROSE online submission and review system.
Full papers will be reviewed by the IPC and if accepted and presented, they may be published
after the conference in Elsevier's Procedia Computer Science open access journal, available
in ScienceDirect and indexed/abstracted in CPCi (ISI conferences), Engineering Index, and
Full papers should be detailed academic articles in conventional format. The guide length for
full papers is 8 to 10 pages (maximum).
Guidance notes for the preparation of Full Papers is available .. here ..
An MS Word template is available .. here ..
A LaTeX template is available .. here ..
For a paper to be published in the Procedia proceedings
- no changes may be made to the Procedia template and the instructions must be followed exactly
- the maximum length of 10 pages must not be exceeded
- the paper must be presented at the conference
It is the author's responsibility to ensure that their paper does not contain any errors. Also, kindly
note that Elsevier will publish what they receive so it is important that the authors submit the
final version of their papers.
Proofs will not be sent to authors at any time during production.
If the above conditions are not adhered to, the paper will not be published in Procedia Energy,
but we may be able to publish the paper elsewhere - contact us for details.
Elsevier has now automated the exclusive license transfer process. A copy of the online form
will be directly sent to the Authors during production. All copyrights related queries can be sent
All oral and poster papers must be presented by one of the authors who must register for the
conference and pay the fee. Authors are not encouraged to submit multiple papers, and
depending on numbers of submissions, authors may be restricted to one paper per registration.By
submitting a paper for the conference authors undertake that, if the paper is accepted, they will
pay the fee, attend the conference, and present the paper.
By submitting a paper you also indicate that you accept the KES Terms and Conditions,
available .. here .. on the conference web site, and that you agree to abide by them
Deadline for receipt of papers by Session Chair : 15 March, 2014
<Skill Acquisition and Ubiquitous Human Computer Interaction>
Notification of acceptance: 1 May, 2014
Camera-ready papers to session chair by: 1 June, 2014
Name of Chair:
Masato Soga (WakayamaUniversity)
Professor Hirokazu TAKI
Address: Wakayama University, Faculty of Systems Engineering
930 Sakae-dani Wakayama-shi Wakayama, JAPAN 640-8510
Phone: +81-734-56-8001 Fax:+81-734-56-8002
Web site address:
Professor Masato Soga
Phone: +81-734-56-8457 Fax:+81-734-56-8457