CFP: ICIM'2002 Inductive Modelling Conference

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     CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT and CALL FOR PAPERS

     I International Conference on INDUCTIVE MODELLING

     ICIM'2002
     May 20-25, 2002
     Lviv, Ukraine

     http://www.niss.gov.ua/Center/ICIM/
     Submission deadline: February 20, 2002
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    The I International Conference on Inductive Modelling (ICIM-2002)
    will present the latest high-quality results in the growing field of
    inductive methods in data mining and forecasting, pattern recognition
    and parallel computing. Inductive modelling is an important area,
    based on sorting methods of artificial intelligence problems solution.
    The aim of the Conference is to bring together leading scientists,
    researchers and experts from different areas, who can make significant
    contribution to development and better understanding of inductive
    modelling methods.

    Conference topics include, but are not limited to:
     - Principles and theoretical foundations of inductive modelling.
     - Data mining, laws extracting and knowledge discovery.
     - Parallel computing
     - Time series analysis and forecasting.
     - Information and hybrid systems.
     - Neural networks and genetic algorithms.
     - Pattern recognition and clustering.
     - Parametric methods of modelling, machine learning, and
       evolutionary computation.
     - Non-parametric methods: search of analogues, fuzzy logic and
       probabilistic modelling
     - Selection and construction of criteria for model structure
       optimization.
     - Comparison of different approaches for artificial intelligence
       problems solution.
     - Estimation of inductive methods efficiency in modelling and
       prediction.
     - Application of inductive approach to solution of AI problems.

    OBJECTIVE
    The aim of Conference is to analyse the current progress in
    development of inductive approach to artificial intelligence
    problems solution.

    Methods of inductive modelling allow to find automatically models of
    optimal complexity for real data and therefore can improve the
    accuracy of AI problems solution. Inductive modelling has objective
    character and therefore can help to avoid invalid decisions of
    experts. Inductive approach also considerably enriches existing
    methods of data mining and knowledge discovery by new possibilities
    to increase accuracy and lead-time of predictions. Methods of parallel
    computing are adequate for self-organizing algorithms, allowing to
    increase considerably the dimensionality of processed data.

    Among the highlights of the Conference there will be issues of theory
    development, algorithms and applications of the Group Method of Data
    Handling (GMDH) as first realization of inductive idea in modelling.
    Conference participants will have the opportunity to discuss
    fundamentals and state of art in inductive modelling, plans for
    software and hardware development, organization of cooperation, and
    discuss ways for enhancing of effectiveness of complex systems
    modelling.

    IMPORTANT DATES
          Submission deadline 20.02.2002
          Acceptance notification 15.03.2002
          Sending of invitations 10.04.2002
          Conference 20.05.2002

    HOW TO SUBMIT A PAPER TO THE ICIM CONFERENCE
    The deadline for arrival at the physical address below of the two
    camera-ready hard copies of paper is February 20, 2002.
    Please send paper by post to address :
    "ICIM-2002", P.O. Box 5446, Lviv-31, Ukraine, 79031.
    and it electronic version in MS Word format by email:
    dndiii@dndiii.lviv.ua

    Papers should be formatted for an A4 size page with left, right and
    top margins 20mm and bottom - 30mm and are a maximum of seven pages.
    Each report must include title (13 pt), initials and last names of
    the authors (12 pt), title of institution, address and e-mail of the
    first participant (11pt), abstract (up to 10 strings; 9 pt),
    text (11pt), list of references. Before each part, pointed above,
    empty string should be inserted. It is preferred (but not required)
    that the format of submitted papers roughly follow the required
    format for final camera-ready papers, which will be posted at
    http://www.niss.gov.ua/Center/ICIM/index.htm

    CONFERENCE OFFICE
     State Institute of Information Infrastructure
     P.O. Box 5446, Lviv-31, 79031 Ukraine
     Tel./Fax (+380 0322) 630311
     E-mail: dndiii@dndiii.lviv.ua

    For the latest information, please visit the web site,
     http://www.niss.gov.ua/Center/ICIM/

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