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The 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IATí09) is a premiere event for the Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent community. The field continues to experience rapid growth both in academia and industry. The industry and demo track of the conference aims to bring together people from both academia and industry in a venue that highlights application and practical impact.

We invite both industry papers and demonstration papers in this program. The papers will be featured in the main conference proceedings. More importantly, the demonstrations will be highlighted in a specially arranged venue at the conference, where all attendees from the conference are able to participate.

Industry Paper Requirement

All areas of the WI/IAT conference are of interest to the industry papers. The paper should be about industrial or other real-world applications of WI/IAT. A description of how the application has been conceived, developed and deployed must be provided. Note that authors who submit papers to the Industry-Track are requested to supply a demo in the demo session. The authors are also required to show the demo in the demo session.

The industry papers will be 4 pages in length including the bibliography, and must be submitted online at the conference websites. The submission must satisfy the style requirement as specified in the call for papers in the main conference. At least one author of each Industry-Track paper should be from an industrial company or organization.

The papers must indicate which track (WI or IAT) the authors would like to include their papers. All papers submitted to the Industry/Demo-Track will also be reviewed by the Program Committee and included in the conference proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society Press.

Demonstration Paper Requirement

Participants who are interested in presenting a demo in the conference can submit a demonstration paper to the Demonstration-Track. The paper can be authored by people from either industry or academia.

The demonstration papers will be 2 pages in length including the bibliography, and must be submitted online at the conference websites: