Kes 2001 Special Session on Intelligent Techniques and Software Engineering

From: Ernesto Damiani (edamiani@telnetwork.it)
Date: Wed Feb 28 2001 - 21:49:28 MET

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    Call for Papers

    KES'2001
    Fifth International Conference on
    Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information Engineering Systems
    & Allied Technologies
    6, 7 & 8 September 2001
    Osaka-Kyoiku University, Osaka, Japan (September 6 & 7)
    Nara-ken New Public Hall, Nara, Japan (September 8)
    http://www.bton.ac.uk/kes/kes2001/

    Special Session on
    Intelligent Techniques and Software Engineering

    Intelligent techniques, such as fuzzy logic and neural networks, have a
    rather long history of successful applications to software engineering
    activities, helping to deal with sources of approximation and uncertainty in
    the software design process. Recently, however, another line of research is
    being pursued, regarding design and implementation problems that are
    specific to a new generation of intelligent software products (such as
    agent-based Internet applications, data-fusion and data-mining environments,
    and others). As its title suggests, this session aims to covering both
    aspects: intelligent techniques to improve software engineering activity as
    well as specific design and implementation methodologies for intelligent
    applications. We believe that this session will give us greater insight in
    the application of fuzzy theory in software engineering and expect a lot of
    interests among researchers.

    The possible topics include (but are not limited to:)

    - Automatic software generation
    - Problem analysis and modeling in uncertainties
    - Agent-based software engineering
    - Collaborative work in software engineering
    - Software reuse with uncertainties
    - Approximation in quality measurement

    Submission Guidelines
    Authors are requested to send 3 copies of full papers, written in English
    and not exceeding 6 pages including figures, tables and reference. All
    papers will be refereed. Accepted papers will appear in the conference
    proceedings, published by a major publishing organization. Extended versions
    of selected papers will be considered for publication in the KES Journal
    (International Journal of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering Systems).
    For more guidelines, please refer to the KES 2001 Web site,
    http://www.bton.ac.uk/kes/kes2001/

    Please send papers to either Session Chair:

    Prof. Ernesto Damiani
    Dipartimento di Tecnologia dell'Informazione
    Universita' di Milano, Polo di Crema
    Via Bramante 65
    26013 Crema, Italy
    Tel +39-0373-898240
    Fax +39-0373-898253
    E-mail : edamiani@crema.unimi.it

    Prof. Sooyong Park
    Computer Science Department
    Sogang University
    1 Shinsoo-Dong Mapo-Gu
    Seoul 121-742, Korea
    Tel : +82-2-705-8928
    Fax : +82-2-704-8485
    E-mail : sypark@ccs.sognag.ac.kr

    Important Dates
    * Receipt of papers: 1 May 2001
    * Notification of acceptance/rejection: 1 June 2001
    * Final papers to reach KES secretariat by: 15 June 2001

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