We welcomed 6 papers of research for computational culture, arts, and interaction.
This year is the first edition of this section. The section incidentally consisted of papers by Japanese researchers. However, we welcomed many participants, which were 50-50 between researchers from Japan and other countries. We kindly had so many questions and comments from the participants! Thank you so much for your kind attention!
We will plan to organize another session on KES 2024 in Spain. We are welcoming your papers for computational culture, arts, and interaction: comics, animes, music, foods, travel experiences, games, etc. Whatever we love to see, love to listen to, love to have, and love to do!
See you then!
This session aims to discuss methods and findings for computational culture, arts, and the interaction for such domains. The main focus of the target contents are as follows but not limited to:
Any methods and findings with computational technologies and manners are welcomed to this session. We call for papers to discuss the future of culture, arts, and interaction for such domains with computational approaches.
Ryosuke Yamanishi, Assoc. Prof. at Kansai University, Japan
Mitsunori Matsushita, Prof. Kansai University, Japan
Satoshi Nakamura, Prof. Meiji University, Japan
Yoko Nishihara, Prof. Ritsumeikan University, Japan
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 should be detailed academic articles in conventional format. The guide length for full papers is 8 to 10 pages (maximum).
Our session ID is IS11. Please select our session name when you submit your paper through PROSE online submission and review system.
For a paper to be published in the Procedia proceedings
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.
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All oral and poster papers must be presented by one of the authors who must register for the conference and pay the fee.
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 website and that you agree to abide by them.
Submission of Papers: April 24, 2023
Notification of Acceptance: May 8, 2023
Final paper publication files to be received by: May 29, 2023
Early / Authors Registration Deadline: 29 May 2023
Every paper for the General Track or Invited Sessions must have at least one author who has registered for the conference with payment by the Early Registration Deadline for the paper to appear in the proceedings. Any paper General Track or Invited Sessions paper that does not have at least one author who has registered and paid by the Early / Authors Registration Deadline will be withdrawn from the proceedings.
Please tell the session chair
kes-ccai [ a t ] ccca-lab.net
with the information of title, authors, and abstract of your paper before submission by the official deadline of KES2023 to submit your paper to this invited session.