R: Methods for identifying significant input variable


Subject: R: Methods for identifying significant input variable
From: Ernesto Damiani (edamiani@telnetwork.it)
Date: Tue Jul 04 2000 - 09:23:35 MET DST


Call for Papers
Neuro-Fuzzy Applications Track
16th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2001)
March 11-14, 2001
Las Vegas, USA

SAC 2001
For the past fifteen years, the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing has been
a primary forum for applied computer scientists, computer engineers,
software engineers, and application developers from around the world to
interact and present their work. SAC 2001 is sponsored by the ACM Special
Interest Group on Applied Computing (SIGAPP). SAC 2001 is presented in
cooperation with other special interest groups.
Neuro-Fuzzy Application Track
 Recently, however, a tide of new applications is being fostered by the
necessity of dealing with imprecision and vagueness in the context of a new
generation of complex systems, such as telecommunication networks, software
systems, data processing systems and the like. A common feature of these new
systems is the fact that traditional fuzzy techniques (e.g. rule-based
systems) are becoming fully integrated with neural network processing in the
general framework of a soft computing approach to give approximate solutions
to complex problems that proved too difficult to attack with other
techniques.
The Neuro-Fuzzy Applications Track, without neglecting traditional fuzzy
applications, will focus on this new generation of neuro-fuzzy systems, both
from the point of view of the computer scientist and (perhaps more
importantly) from the point of view of the expert of the involved
application field.
Topics we intend to cover include (but are not limited to):

§ Active Networks
§ Neuro-Fuzzy Processing of Multimedia Data
§ Soft-Computing Techniques for Systems Design
§ Flexible Query and Information Retrieval Systems
§ Data Mining
§ Computer Vision
§ Fuzzy Hardware Systems
§ Fuzzy Control
Paper submission
Authors are invited to contribute original papers in all areas of soft
computing and fuzzy applications development for the technical sessions. and
demos of new innovative systems. Papers must be submitted to one of the Trac
k Chairs in 3 copies. In order to facilitate blind review, submitted papers
should carry the authors' names and affiliations on a separate sheet.
Authors must follow the Symposium's general Submission Guidelines. For
electronic submissions, please contact the Track Chair in advance. All
papers will be blindly reviewed for originality and accuracy.
Conference Proceedings and Journal Publication
Accepted papers in all categories will be published in SAC 2000 Proceedings.
Expanded versions of selected papers will be considered for publication in
the ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review (SIGAPP ACR). A special section
with the best papers from SAC 2000 Fuzzy Track is planned to appear on
Springer's Soft Computing international journal.
Neuro-Fuzzy Applications Track Chairs
Ernesto Damiani
 Universitā di Milano - Polo di Crema
Via Bramante 65
26013 Crema, Italy
e-mail: edamiani@crema.unimi.it
Phone:+ 39-0373-898240
FAX:+39-0373-898253

Athanasios Vasilakos
Institute of Computer Science(ICS)
Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas(FORTH)
P.O Box 1385
Heraklion,Crete,Greece
e-mail: vasilako@ath.forthnet.gr
Phone:+ 3-081-394400
FAX:+3-081-394408
IMPORTANT DATES

 Paper Submission September 10th, 2000
 Notification of Acceptance/Rejection November 1st, 2000
 Camera-Ready Copy December 1st, 2000

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