Quantitative Risk Analysis for Security Applications
|Start||July 11th 2009 (iCal)|
|End||July 11th 2009|
|Papers due:||April 3rd 2009|
|Submissions due:||April 3rd 2009|
|Notification:||April 17th 2009|
|Camera ready due:||May 08th 2009|
 Quantitative Risk Analysis for Security Applications (QRASA) Workshop
A IJCAI2009 workshop.
Security domains present a wide array of research challenges for the artificial intelligence community. These applications require methods for predicting, mitigating, and reacting to intentional threats by adversarial agents, often under significant uncertainty. Deploying agent and multi-agent technologies to meet these challenges is a high-impact area for growth in our community. Security challenges are increasingly important in today's world, and arise in diverse settings. Examples include security patrols for protecting critical infrastructure, random screenings and checkpoints of baggage and persons, and network administrators monitoring IT systems for vulnerabilities and breaches. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers in the field of risk analysis and security to discuss promising ways to leverage quantitative methods and algorithms in real-world security domains.