[AISWorld] Call for Papers: HICSS 2014 - Minitrack "Decision Making in Production Processes"
Hanna.Theuer at wi.uni-potsdam.de
Hanna.Theuer at wi.uni-potsdam.de
Fri Mar 8 09:20:52 EST 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
Forty-Seventh Annual Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences
January 6 - 9, 2014 (Monday-Thursday)
Hilton Waikoloa, Big Island (http://www.hiltonwaikoloavillage.com)
Track: DECISION ANALYTICS, MOBILE SERVICES AND SERVICE SCIENCE
Minitrack: DECISION MAKING IN PRODUCTION PROCESSES
Today, manufacturing industries are facing massive challenges, e. g.
changing market conditions, individual customer preferences, international
competitions, etc. They depend on innovation in their internal production
processes, new strategies and technologies. This minitrack sets its focus
in typical problems of manufacturing industries. Researchers and
practitioners will explore and discuss potential approaches and effective
solutions. In order to successfully compete in markets, it is essential
that we conduct efficient analysis of production processes, select
appropriate technical solutions, develop new approaches to timely solve
special requirements. The objective of this minitrack is to explore
suitable solutions or paradigms to design, implement and deploy
intelligent systems, and/or adapt them to given contexts. We want to
discuss the transferability of general concepts to shop floor level in the
perspective of research and practice. Papers should illustrate the
application of decision-making approaches in manufacturing or service
The focus of the minitrack includes but is not limited to the following
Combination of central and decentral planning approaches
Shop floor optimization by decentralized production control
Use of autonomous production control
Realization of decentralized production control
Reduction of complexity by decentralized decision making
Standardization of factory object communication
Benefits of autonomous production systems
Escalation mechanisms in autonomous production planning and control •
Smart intelligent objects
Big data analysis and shop floor analytics
Life span decision making
Decision problems in batch production
Important 2013 Deadlines for Authors:
From now to June 1 [Optional]: Prepare Abstracts. Then, contact Minitrack
Chairs for guidance and indication of appropriate content.
June 15: Submit full manuscripts for review as instructed. The review is
double-blind; therefore, this initial submission must be without author
Aug 15: Review System emails Acceptance Notices to authors. It is very
important that at least one author of each accepted paper attend the
conference. Therefore, all travel guarantees – including visa or your
organization's fiscal funding procedures – should begin immediately. Make
sure your server accepts the review system address
Sept 15: SUBMIT FINAL PAPER. Add author names to your paper, and submit
your Final Paper for Publication to the site provided in your Acceptance
Notice. (This URL is not public knowledge.)
Oct 1: Early Registration fee deadline. At least one author of each paper
should register by this date in order secure publication in the
Proceedings. Fees will increase on Oct 2 and Dec 2.
Oct 15: Papers without at least one paid-in-full registered author may be
deleted from the Proceedings and not scheduled for presentation; authors
will be so notified by the Conference Office.
How to Submit a Paper:
Follow Author Instructions to be posted by February 1, 2013 on the
conference web site. http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/hicss_47/apahome47.htm
HICSS papers must contain original material. They may not have been
previously published, nor currently submitted elsewhere. All submissions
undergo a double-blind peer review process; so initial submission must be
without author names.
Abstracts are optional, but strongly recommended. You may contact the
Minitrack Chair(s) for guidance or verification of content.
Submit a paper to only one Minitrack. If a paper is submitted to more than
one minitrack, then either paper may be rejected by either minitrack
without consultation with author or other chairs. If you are not sure of
the appropriate Minitrack, submit an abstract to the Track Chair(s) – see
names and contact information below. for determination, and/or seek
informal opinion(s) of Minitrack Chair(s) before submitting.
Do not author or co-author more than 5 papers. This means that an
individual may be listed as author or co-author on no more than 5
submitted papers. Track Chairs must approve any names added after
submission or acceptance on August 15.
Additional details may be found on HICSS primary website
http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu or on http://lswi.de
A pdf-version can be found here.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Gronau (primary contact)
University of Potsdam
Chair for Business Information Systems and Electronic Government
Tel: +49 (0)331 - 977 3379
Fax: +49 (0)331 - 977 3406
Email: norbert.gronau at wi.uni-potsdam.de
Prof. Helen Zong, Ph.D., P.E.
Industrial Engineering Department
California State University, East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542-3085
E-mail: helen.zong at csueastbay.edu
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