Call for Papers
contributions of full papers (of up to eight pages) and student papers (of up to
4 pages) in all areas of Computational Intelligence.
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
- Theoretical foundations
Mathematical and statistical models; learning strategies and systems; automated reasoning; uncertainty
management, transparency and interpretability; smart and adaptive mechanisms;
logical and philosophical issues.
- Problem-solving methods
Monitoring and control;
estimation and identification; prediction and simulation; clustering and
classification; interpretation and recognition; optimisation and planning; data
mining and knowledge discovery.
Industrial automation; adaptive control; autonomous robotics; time series analysis; signal processing; image
understanding; information retrieval; Web intelligence; e-commerce; biomedical
informatics; multimedia and telecommunications.
- Hybrid Systems
Symbolic and non-symbolic; fuzzy and neural; evolutionary and neural; fuzzy and
probabilistic; hierarchical and purpose-built.
- Survey and methodological Issues
Classifying and relating CI approaches; evaluating CI approaches; criteria for
selecting CI methods.
|Submission of papers
|2 June 2003 extended to 16 June 2003
||7 July 2003
||9 August 2003
||1-3 September 2003