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Conferences are composed of presentations, usually followed by a discussion. The work may be bundled in written form as academic papers, published as the conference proceedings.

Advances

Advances in Computer Chess, in 1999 renamed in Advances in Computer Games are conferences organized by the ICCA, in 2002 renamed to the ICGA.

Advances in Computer Chess

Advances in Computer Games

Computer and Games

Workshops

Computer Chess Workshops

Heuristic Programming in AI

Computer Games Workshops

ECAI Workshops

Computer Game Workshops at the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Game Programming Workshops

Hakone Seminar House, Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan

AAAI Conferences

IFIP Congress

IFIP World Computer Congress [3]

Edition Year Location Related
1. 1959 Paris, France
2. 1962 Munich, West Germany
3. 1965 New York City, New York, USA
4. 1968 Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Lancaster, Mac Hack VI
5. 1971 Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
6. 1974 Stockholm, Sweden WCCC 1974
7. 1977 Toronto, Canada WCCC 1977
8. 1980 Tokyo, Japan & Melbourne, Australia
9. 1983 Paris, France
10. 1986 Dublin, Ireland
11. 1989 San Francisco, USA
12. 1992 Madrid, Spain
13. 1994 Hamburg, Germany
14. 1996 Canberra, Australia
15. WCC 1998 Vienna, Austria and Budapest, Hungary
16. WCC 2000 Beijing, China
17. WCC 2002 Montréal, Québec, Canada
18. WCC 2004 Toulouse, France
19. WCC 2006 Santiago, Chile
20. WCC 2008 Milan, Italy
21. WCC 2010 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
22. WCC 2012 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
23. WCC 2015 Daejeon, South Korea
24. WCC 2018 Poznań, Poland

IJCAI

International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence [4] :

12. IJCAI 1991
12. IJCAI 1991
13. IJCAI 1993
13. IJCAI 1993
14. IJCAI 1995
14. IJCAI 1995
14. IJCAI 1995
15. IJCAI 1997
16. IJCAI 1999
16. IJCAI 1999
17. IJCAI 2001
18. IJCAI 2003
18. IJCAI 2003
20. IJCAI 2007
20. IJCAI 2007
21. IJCAI 2009
21. IJCAI 2009

Miscellaneous

See also

External Links

Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Robin Eubanks, Steve Nelson

References

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