January 2-4, 2002

Fort Lauderdale, Florida


The International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Mathematics is the seventh of a biennial series. The objective of the symposium is to foster interactions between mathematics, theoretical CS, and artificial intelligence. Traditionally, the Symposium attracts around 100 participants from a variety of disciplines, thereby providing a unique forum for active scientific exchange. The AI & Math Symposia series were started in 1990 and are held every two years, alternating with the AI & Statistics meetings. The meeting includes paper presentation, invited speakers, and special topic sessions. Topic sessions in the past have covered computational learning theory, data mining, knowledge representation, nonmonotonic reasoning, category theory, and computational complexity issues in AI. (Cf., 1998 Symposium, and 2000 Symposium)

The editorial board of the Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence serves as the permanent Advisory Committee for the series.


General Chair
Martin Golumbic
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Conference Chair
Frederick Hoffman
Florida Atlantic University, USA
Program Chair
Boi Faltings
EPFL, Switzerland
Publicity Chair
Jurgen Dix
The University of Manchester, UK


The Symposium is partially supported by the Annals of Math and AI and Florida Atlantic University. Additional support is provided by the Caesarea Edmond Benjamin de Rothschild Institute at the University of Haifa and by the Florida Israel Institute.