CFP: Applications and Science of Computational Intelligence IV


Subject: CFP: Applications and Science of Computational Intelligence IV
From: Keller, Paul E (Paul.Keller@pnl.gov)
Date: Tue Aug 08 2000 - 15:35:20 MET DST


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                Call for Papers and Announcement

Applications and Science of Computational Intelligence IV (or14)

       Part of SPIE's International Symposium on AeroSense

                        16-20 April 2001
  Mariott's Orlando World Center Resort and Convention Center
                      Orlando, Florida USA

Abstract Due Date: 4 September 2000
Manuscript Due Date: 22 January 2001
Proceedings of this conference will be published and available at the
meeting.

Conference Chairs: Kevin L. Priddy, Battelle Memorial Institute; Paul
E. Keller, Pacific Northwest National Lab.; Peter J. Angeline, Natural
Selection, Inc.
Program Committee: Stanley C. Ahalt, The Ohio State Univ.; David B.
Fogel, Natural Selection, Inc.; Gianfranco Basti, Pontifical Lateran
Univ. (Italy); Charles W. Glover, Oak Ridge National Lab.; Karl Mathia,
Equipe Technologies, Inc.; Mark E. Oxley, Air Force Institute of
Technology; Antonio L. Perrone, Pontifical Lateran Univ. (Italy);
Stephan Rudolph, Univ. Stuttgart (Germany); Eugene Santos, Jr., Univ. of
Connecticut

The focus of this conference is on real-world applications of
computational intelligence (neural networks, fuzzy logic, and/or
evolutionary computation) and on recent theoretical developments
(principal components analysis/independent components analysis, etc.)
applicable to currentproblem domains. The goal is to provide a forum for
interaction between researchers and industrial/ government agencies with
information processing requirements. Sessions containing papers from the
different disciplines in related applications will be the highlight of
this conference. Papers that investigate advantages/disadvantages of
computational intelligence solutions in specific real-world applications
will be presented as oral and posters. The poster session will contain
papers by the session chairs to allow interaction by attendees in small
groups. Papers that clearly state existing problems in information
processing that could potentially be solved by computational
intelligence techniques will also be considered.

Sessions will concentrate on:
 * comparative performance in applications of target recognition, object
recognition, speech processing, speaker identification, co-channel
processing, signal processing in realistic environments, robotics,
process control, and image processing
 * demonstrations of properties and limitations of existing or new
computational intelligence techniques as shown by or related to an
application
 * environments for development of computational intelligence solutions
 * hardware implementation technologies that are either general purpose
or application specific
 * knowledge acquisition and representation
 * physiologically motivated information processing and representation
 * innovative applications of computational intelligence to solve
real-world problems with Receiver Operation Characteristics (ROC).

Special Instructions to Authors:
In addition, authors who wish to create special sessions should contact
the chairman directly, Kevin L. Priddy, priddy@battelle.org.

Oral Presentations are scheduled from Monday afternoon through Thursday
morning with poster sessions scheduled Tuesday evening.

Due to the limited number of oral sessions, we cannot accommodate
requests for oral only presentations without prior approval of the
Conference Chair. It has been the goal of the conference to allow for as
many oral sessions as practical given time and space limitations. Any
program committee member can guarantee acceptance of brief oral
overviews followed by poster interactive presentations. There will be no
differentiation between poster and oral papers in the proceedings.

Please indicate your preference for oral or poster sessions.

Instructions for Submitting Abstracts
All authors are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to submit their abstracts by the due
date using the Web form located at URL: www.spie.org/info/or/

If World Wide Web access is not available, please choose only one of the
following options:
 * E-MAIL each abstract separately to: abstracts@spie.org in ASCII text
(not encoded) format. IMPORTANT: to ensure receipt and proper
processing of your abstract, the Subject line must include only the
following:
     SUBJECT: OR14, PRIDDY ET AL

 * or MAIL three copies of your abstract to:
     AEROSENSE
     SPIE, PO Box 10, Bellingham, WA 99227-0010, USA
     Shipping Address: 1000 20th St., Bellingham, WA 98225, USA

 * or FAX one copy to SPIE at 360/647-1445 (send each abstract
separately).

Your abstract must include all of the following:
1. SUBMIT TO: OR14 PRIDDY ET AL
2. SUBMIT EACH ABSTRACT TO ONE CONFERENCE ONLY Applications and Science
of Computational Intelligence IV (or14)
3. ABSTRACT TITLE
4. AUTHOR LISTING (principal author first)
For all authors: First (given) name (initials not acceptable), Last
(family) name, Affiliation, Mailing address, Telephone, Fax, and Email
address.
5. PRESENTATION
Indicate your preference for "Oral Presentation" or "Poster
Presentation." Final placement is subject to chairs' discretion.
6. ABSTRACT TEXT
Approximately 250 words.
7. KEYWORDS
List a maximum of five keywords.
8. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY ( principal/presenting author)
Approximately 50 words.

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CFP: Applications and Science of Computational Intelligence = IV

         &nb= sp;      Call for Papers and = Announcement

Applications and Science of = Computational Intelligence IV (or14)

       = Part of SPIE's International Symposium on AeroSense

         &nb= sp;           &nb= sp;  16-20 April 2001
  Mariott's Orlando World Center = Resort and Convention Center
         &nb= sp;            = Orlando, Florida USA


Abstract Due Date: 4 September = 2000
Manuscript Due Date: 22 January = 2001
Proceedings of this conference will = be published and available at the meeting.



Conference Chairs:    = Kevin L. Priddy, Battelle Memorial Institute; Paul E. Keller, Pacific = Northwest National Lab.; Peter J. Angeline, Natural Selection, = Inc.

Program Committee:    = Stanley C. Ahalt, The Ohio State Univ.; David B. Fogel, Natural = Selection, Inc.; Gianfranco Basti, Pontifical Lateran Univ. (Italy); = Charles W. Glover, Oak Ridge National Lab.; Karl Mathia, Equipe = Technologies, Inc.; Mark E. Oxley, Air Force Institute of Technology; = Antonio L. Perrone, Pontifical Lateran Univ. (Italy); Stephan Rudolph, = Univ. Stuttgart (Germany); Eugene Santos, Jr., Univ. of = Connecticut

The focus of this conference is on = real-world applications of computational intelligence (neural networks, = fuzzy logic, and/or evolutionary computation) and on recent theoretical = developments (principal components analysis/independent components = analysis, etc.) applicable to currentproblem domains. The goal is to = provide a forum for interaction between researchers and industrial/ = government agencies with information processing requirements. Sessions = containing papers from the different disciplines in related = applications will be the highlight of this conference. Papers that = investigate advantages/disadvantages of computational intelligence = solutions in specific real-world applications will be presented as oral = and posters. The poster session will contain papers by the session = chairs to allow interaction by attendees in small groups. Papers that = clearly state existing problems in information processing that could = potentially be solved by computational intelligence techniques will = also be considered.

Sessions will concentrate on:
 * comparative performance in = applications of target recognition, object recognition, speech = processing, speaker identification, co-channel processing, signal = processing in realistic environments, robotics, process control, and = image processing

 * demonstrations of properties = and limitations of existing or new computational intelligence = techniques as shown by or related to an application

 * environments for development = of computational intelligence solutions
 * hardware implementation = technologies that are either general purpose or application = specific
 * knowledge acquisition and = representation
 * physiologically motivated = information processing and representation
 * innovative applications of = computational intelligence to solve real-world problems with Receiver = Operation Characteristics (ROC).

Special Instructions to = Authors:
In addition, authors who wish to = create special sessions should contact the chairman directly, Kevin L. = Priddy, priddy@battelle.org.

Oral Presentations are scheduled from = Monday afternoon through Thursday morning with poster sessions = scheduled Tuesday evening. 

Due to the limited number of oral = sessions, we cannot accommodate requests for oral only presentations = without prior approval of the Conference Chair. It has been the goal of = the conference to allow for as many oral sessions as practical given = time and space limitations. Any program committee member can guarantee = acceptance of brief oral overviews followed by poster interactive = presentations. There will be no differentiation between poster and oral = papers in the proceedings.

Please indicate your preference for = oral or poster sessions.


Instructions for Submitting = Abstracts
All authors are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED = to submit their abstracts by the due date using the Web form located at = URL: www.spie.org/info/or/

If World Wide Web access is not = available, please choose only one of the following options:
 * E-MAIL each abstract = separately to: abstracts@spie.org in ASCII text (not encoded) = format.  IMPORTANT: to ensure receipt and proper processing of = your abstract, the Subject line must include only the = following:

     SUBJECT: = OR14, PRIDDY ET AL

 * or MAIL three copies of your = abstract to:
     = AEROSENSE
     SPIE, PO Box = 10, Bellingham, WA  99227-0010, USA
     Shipping = Address:  1000 20th St., Bellingham, WA  98225, USA

 * or FAX one copy to SPIE at = 360/647-1445 (send each abstract separately).

Your abstract must include all of the = following:
1. SUBMIT TO: OR14 PRIDDY ET = AL
2. SUBMIT EACH ABSTRACT TO ONE = CONFERENCE ONLY Applications and Science of Computational Intelligence = IV (or14)
3. ABSTRACT TITLE
4. AUTHOR LISTING (principal author = first)
For all authors: First (given) name = (initials not acceptable), Last (family) name, Affiliation, Mailing = address, Telephone, Fax, and Email address.

5. PRESENTATION
Indicate your preference for = "Oral Presentation" or "Poster Presentation." Final = placement is subject to chairs' discretion.

6. ABSTRACT TEXT
Approximately 250 words.
7. KEYWORDS
List a maximum of five = keywords.
8. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY ( = principal/presenting author)
Approximately 50 words.

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