IPMU Conference

Ronald R. Yager (Yager@panix.com)
Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:54:47 +0100


IPMU'98
>
> The Seventh Conference on
> Information Processing and Management of
> Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems
>
> July 6 - 10, 1998
> Paris, France
>
> ---------------------------------------------
> The IPMU Conference is organized every two years with the aim of
>bringing together scientists working on various methods for the management
>of uncertainty in intelligent systems. This conference provides a medium
>for the exchange of ideas between theoreticians and practitioners using
>different methods to address the important issue of uncertainty.
> This year, the conference is being held in Paris, a city that
>provides many attractions for the visitor, as well as being a city with a
>rich history in scientific and academic matters. For more information about
>Paris, contact the Paris homepage.
> ---------------------------------------------
>
>Chairpersons:
>-------------
> Bernadette BOUCHON-MEUNIER (LAFORIA, CNRS, Universite Paris VI, France)
> Ronald R. YAGER (Iona College, NY, USA)
>
>Honorary President:
>-------------------
> Lotfi A. ZADEH, University of California at Berkeley, USA)
>
> ---------------------------------------------
>Conference Secretariat Address:(Until August 1997)
>-------------------------------
> IPMU'98
> LAFORIA-IBP, case 169
> Universite Pierre et Marie Curie
> 4, place Jussieu
> 75252 PARIS cedex 05 - FRANCE
> Phone: (33) 1 44 27 47 21
> Fax : (33) 1 44 27 70 00 or (33) 1 45 75 08 90
> e-mail: ipmu@laforia.ibp.fr
> http://www-laforia.ibp.fr/~baslofti/ipmu.html
>
> ---------------------------------------------
>Topics of particular interest:
>------------------------------
>Bayesian and Probabilistic Methods, Fuzzy Methods, Mathematical Theory of
>Evidence, Belief Networks, Possibility theory, Chaos Theory, Measures of
>Information and Uncertainty, Rough Sets
>
>Non-standard Logics, Non-monotonic Logics, Approximate Reasoning,
>Multivalued Logics, Modal Logics, Temporal Reasoning, Default Reasoning
>
>Knowledge Acquisition and Representation, Machine Learning, Inductive
>Methods, Commonsense Knowledge, Intelligent Databases and Information
>Systems, Neural Networks, Database Mining, Uncertainty in Cognition
>
>Intelligent Systems, Fuzzy Control, Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary
>Computation, Uncertainty in Expert Systems, Decision Support Systems,
>Multicriteria and Group Decision Making, Pattern Recognition, Clustering,
>Classification, Data Analysis, Image Processing, Robotics, Belief Updating
>and Inconsistency Handling, Information Retrieval, Multi-media Management,
>Hybrid Systems, Financial Engineering, Intelligent agents
>
> ---------------------------------------------
>Time Schedule:
>--------------
> September 15, 1997: Submission of special sessions
> November 1, 1997: Submission of papers.
> February 15, 1998: Notification of acceptance.
> March 31, 1998: Submission of final papers.
> May 15, 1998: Deadline for early registration.
> July 6-10, 1998: CONFERENCE.
>
> ---------------------------------------------
>Instructions for Authors:
>-------------------------
>Three copies of full papers (6 - 8 pages) must be submitted at the
>following address
> B. Bouchon-Meunier
> IPMU'98
> 36, rue du Theatre
> 75015 PARIS - FRANCE
>
>Papers are in 2 columns with the overall line width of 17 cm. Each column
>is 8.25 cm wide. The space between the columns is .7cm wide. The left
>margin is 2.8cm and the right margin is 1 cm. For those using Latex, you
>can find a Latex sty file, and a Latex sample file on the home page.
>
>Communications may be either in English or in French.
>
>
>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>

__________________________________________________________________
Ronald R. Yager
Machine Intelligence Institute
Iona College
New Rochelle, NY 10801
TEL: (212)249-2047 FAX:(212)249-1689 E-Mail: RYager@Iona.edu
Yager@Panix.Com
Home Page: http://www.Iona.edu/hagan/mii/rry.htm