The DX-2022 program committee invites submissions of technical papers for DX-2022, to be held in Toulouse, France on September 14-16, 2022.
We are looking forward to submissions on any diagnosis-related topic, including papers focusing on the following issues:
- Formal theories and computational methods for diagnosis, that include monitoring, detection and isolation, as weel as testing, repair and therapy, reconfiguration, fault tolerance, diagnosability and predictability analysis, and other related topics.
- Modeling for diagnosis that includes discrete, discrete-event, timed, qualitative, continuous, hybrid/heterogeneous, probabilistic, behavioral and functional modeling together with abstraction, refinement, approximation and reformulation methods. Effective modeling approaches for large systems, uncertainty management, and techniques for improving incomplete models for diagnosis are especially welcome.
- Computational issues in diagnosis that address combinatorial explosion, use of structural and hierarchical knowledge, focusing strategies and heuristics, resource-bounded reasoning, real-time analysis, precompilation, and other related topics.
- Diagnosis processes that include strategies for measurement selection, sensor placement, active diagnosis/testing, embedded diagnosis, distributed or decentralized diagnosis, preventive diagnosis, fault-adaptive control, and human interaction with diagnostic systems.
- Connections and interplay between AI-based diagnosis methods and related areas: FDI, control theory, statistics, machine learning, knowledge representation, planning and optimization, autonomous and/or dependable systems, safety, verification, software engineering and debugging, and hardware instrumentation and testing.
- Real-world applications of diagnosis and integrated systems in a wide range of fields including transportation, space and aeronautics, robotics, manufacturing, energy, networks and services, and medical domains. Case studies of technology transfer that resulted in success or failure are especially welcome.
- Demonstration of software tools and presentation of benchmarks for diagnosis and monitoring.
DX22 accepts two types of papers. Regular research papers must not be longer than eight pages in the double column A4 format provided at the workshop's website. The second type of accepted papers are short papers (four pages max) dealing with the presentation of tools, benchmarks or preliminary works presenting original ideas for diagnosis or non standard diagnosis problems.
For tool papers, an interactive electronic presentation of the tool will be mandatory. For benchmark papers, the proposed benchmarks must be freely available to the research community. The main criteria for short papers about new ideas and diagnosis problems will be their originality. Authors are required to submit their papers electronically via the DX22 website.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed, and accepted papers will be scheduled for either an oral or a poster presentation.
By submitting a paper, the corresponding authors agree that for each accepted paper at least one of its authors has to register and attend the workshop in order to present her/their work. The program committee reserves the right to reject overlong submissions, submissions that violate the guidelines, and submissions in formats other than PDF without review.
By submitting a paper, the authors agree that the accepted papers will be transferred for communication into the open archive HAL.
We are looking forward to receiving your submissions and seeing you at DX'22!