BISC: FUZZY LOGIC AND THE INTERNET, F I R S T...C A L L...F O R...P A P E R

From: Masoud Nikravesh (nikravesh@eecs.berkeley.edu)
Date: Tue Jan 09 2001 - 10:00:12 MET

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    F I R S T...C A L L...F O R...P A P E R
     
    FUZZY LOGIC AND THE INTERNET; FI2001

    http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~nikraves/bisc/sig/internet/fi2001/

    The BISC group invites you to submit articles or extended abstracts to our first
    Internet conference on Fuzzy Logic and the Internet.

    The focus of this conference will be and are not limited to:

    1. Search Engines and Web Crawlers
    2. Agent Technology (i.e., Web-Based Collaborative and Distributed Agents)
    3. Adaptive and Evolutionary techniques for dynamic environment (i.e.
    Evolutionary searchengine and text retrieval, Dynamic learning and adaptation of
    the Web Databases, etc)
    4. Fuzzy Queries in Multimedia Database Systems
    5. Query Based on User Profile
    6. Information Retrievals
    7. Summary of Documents
    8. Information Fusion Such as Medical Records, Research Papers, News, etc
    9. File and Folder Organizer
    10. Data Management for Mobile Applications and eBusiness Mobile Solutions over
    the Web
    11. Matching People, Interests, Products, etc
    12. Association Rule Mining for Terms-Documents and Text Mining
    13. E-mail Notification
    14. Web-Based Calendar Manager
    15. Web-Based Telephony
     16. Web-Based Call Center
    17. Workgroup Messages
    18. E-Mail and Web-Mail
    19. Web-Based Personal Info
    20. Internet related issues such as Information overload and load balancing,
    Wireless Internet, E-coding and D-coding (Encryption), Security such as Web
    security and
    Wireless/Embedded Web Security, Web-based Fraud detection and prediction,
    Recognition, issues related to E-commerce and E-bussiness, etc.

    Sponsor: BISC Special Interest Group on Fuzzy Logic and the Internet

    Important Dates:

    May 1, 2001 Camera-ready Paper or Extended Abstract
    May 1, 2001 Camera-ready copy of the tutorial material
    June 1, 2001 Conference

    For regular sessions, submit a 4-8 pages extended summary (MS Word Document) and
    your presentation in the MS Power-Point format. We welcome you to organize
    sessions. For contributory sessions, submit your proposed topic and the number
    of anticipated participants you wish to invite. All accepted summaries will
    appear in the Internet Online-Proceedings. Long papers may also be submitted for
    review for special-edition books. Send submissions/proposals/inquiries to:

    1. Information: Send Email to: nikravesh@cs.berkeley.edu with Subject:
    Info-FI2001
    2. Paper Submission: Send Email to: nikravesh@cs.berkeley.edu with Subject:
    Paper-FI2001
    3. Abstract Submission: Send Email to: nikravesh@cs.berkeley.edu with Subject:
    Abstract-FI2001
    4. Presentation Submission: Send Email to: nikravesh@cs.berkeley.edu with
    Subject: Present-FI2001

    Articles should not exceed 8 pages of 10pt, double-column, single-spaced text,
    including tables/figures.

    Organizing Committee:

    1. Dr. Mori Anvari: Chair
    2. Masoud Nikravesh: Vice Chair
    3. Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh: Honorary Chair

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    Dr. Masoud NikRavesh
    Research Engineer - BT Senior Research Fellow
    Chair: BISC Special Interest Group on Fuzzy Logic and Internet
    

    Berkeley initiative in Soft Computing (BISC) Computer Science Division- Department of EECS University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720 Phone: (510) 643-4522 - Fax: (510) 642-5775 Email: nikravesh@cs.berkeley.edu URL: http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~nikraves/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- If you ever want to remove yourself from this mailing list, you can send mail to <Majordomo@EECS.Berkeley.EDU> with the following command in the body of your email message: unsubscribe bisc-group or from another account, unsubscribe bisc-group <your_email_adress>

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