CFP KES2002 invited session: Hybrid Intelligent Systems

From: Dan NEAGU (neagu@fusberta.elet.polimi.it)
Date: Thu Mar 28 2002 - 15:12:28 MET

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    Call for papers for:

    Invited session on
    HYBRID INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

    in the Conference: KES'2002
    Sixth International Conference on Knowledge-Based Intelligent
    Information & Engineering Systems
    16 - 18 September 2002, Podere d'Ombriano, Crema, Italy
    (hosted by the University of Milan, Italy)
    Conference Web page: http://www.bton.ac.uk/kes/kes2002/

    Organizers of the invited session:

    Dr. Daniel NEAGU
    Politecnico di Milano
    Laboratorio di Intelligenza Artificiale e Robotica
    E-mail address: Neagu@fusberta.elet.polimi.it
    Web address: http://airlab.elet.polimi.it/imagetox/dneagu

    and

    Dr. Vasile PALADE
    Oxford University
    Computing Laboratory
    E-mail address: Vasile.Palade@comlab.ox.ac.uk
    Web address: http://web.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/people/vasile.palade.html

    Objectives of the invited session:
    It became obvious, in the last decade, that there are at least four
    basic different intelligent techniques and approaches in the wide area
    of
    Artificial Intelligence: traditional knowledge-based systems, neural
    networks,
    fuzzy systems, genetic algorithms. Additionally, other recent
    methodologies,
    such as multi-agent systems and data mining, have emerged in the AI
    field. The
    limitations of each methodology have determined the researchers in the
    field to look for ways of hybridizing more intelligent techniques. There

    has
    been a tremendous amount of research work on the integration of two or
    more
    intelligent approaches of those given above. These kind of systems are
    usually termed Hybrid Intelligent Systems. More exactly, Hybrid
    Intelligent Systems try to combine two or more different intelligent
    methodologies,
    in order to overcome the difficulties of each individual approach and,
    on
    the other hand, to benefit of the advantages provided by one approach
    comparing with the others, with the final aim of building more
    performant
    intelligent systems for solving more complex problems.
    The invited session is intended to focus on the new ideas and paradigms
    in the area of Hybrid Intelligent Systems, regarding both the
    theoretical
    and methodological aspects, as well as regarding various applications of

    hybrid intelligent techniques to many real world problems.

    Topics of interest to the session include (but are not limited to) the
    followings:

         Integrations of Neural Networks with Expert Systems
         Knowledge-Based Neural Networks
         Knowledge Extraction from Neural Networks
         Fuzzy Rule-based Systems
         Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
         Neuro-Genetic Systems
         Neuro-Fuzzy-Genetic Systems
         Hybrid Multi-agent Systems
         Intelligent Techniques for Data Mining

    Dates:

         deadline for paper submission to the invited session: 10 April 2002

         notification of acceptance: 20 April 2002
         camera-ready papers due by: 1 May 2002
         register with payment by: 1 June 2002

    For instructions for authors, details about submition and publication,
    and any other information, please see the web site of the conference:
    http://www.bton.ac.uk/kes/kes2002/ or contact the organizers on the
    addresses given above.

    --
      Dr. Dan Neagu
    

    Politecnico di Milano Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione - DEI Laboratorio di Intelligenza Artificiale e Robotica IMAGETOX RTN: http://airlab.elet.polimi.it/imagetox Piazza L. da Vinci 32, 20133 MILANO

    mailto:neagu@fusberta.elet.polimi.it http://airlab.elet.polimi.it/imagetox/dneagu

    Tel: +39-02-2399.3626 Fax: +39-02-2399.3411

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