The International Workshop on Decision Making and Optimization in Intelligent Information Systems (DMO-IIS)
Decision making is a cognitive process that involves selecting a course of action or choice from among multiple alternatives. It's a fundamental aspect of human life and is present in various contexts, ranging from everyday situations to complex professional, personal, and strategic scenarios, such as resource allocations, risk management, strategic planning, cybersecurity, supply chain management, Web information systems (e.g., information retrieval and recommender systems), and so forth. Factors influencing decision making may include cognitive biases (mental shortcuts that can lead to errors in judgment), emotions, cultural and social influences, personal experiences, time constraints, and the availability of information.
Optimization, on the other hand, is a systematic process that aims to find the best possible solution based on specific criteria. It involves mathematical and computational techniques to minimize or maximize an objective function while adhering to a set of constraints. Optimization seeks to identify the globally optimal solution, which is the best solution achievable according to the defined criteria. Multiple optimization techniques have been proposed and applied in machine learning and AI, such as convex optimization, non-linear optimization, evolutionary algorithms, multi-objective optimization, game theroies, etc.
This workshop aims to enable information systems embrace the community of decision making and optimization. Particularly, we encourage submissions which take advantage of decision making and/or optimization methods to help build better intelligence information systems. The topics of interests in this work include but are not limited to the followings.
Topics of Interest (but not limited to)
Decision Making and Optimization Methods
Group Decision Making
Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Multi-Objective Decision Making and Optimization
Applied Game Theory
Applied Optimization Technologies
Decision Making and Negotiation Analysis
Human factor-based Decision Making, e.g., personality, trust, emotional analysis
Information Systems or Applications (with the methods above)
Multimedia Systems and Applications
Web intelligence (e.g., information retrieval, recommender systems, social Web)
Web-based and E-Learning Systems
Proceedings of Workshops will be published by Springer in the same proceedings with AINA-2024 main conference. AINA proceedings in the previous years can be found at here. In terms of the submission system and instructions, please refer to the conference website.