NAFIPS'97 Conference Announcement

Larry Hall (hall@csee.usf.edu)
Thu, 18 Sep 1997 15:50:27 +0200 (MET DST)

NAFIPS'97
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
NORTH AMERICAN FUZZY INFORMATION PROCESSING SOCIETY

September 21-24, 1997
Sheraton University Hotel and Conference Center
Syracuse, New York

In Cooperation With
IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society
(IEEE Neural Networks Council pending)
New York State Center for Advanced Technology in
Computer Applications and Software Engineering (CASE)

NAFIPS'97 Meeting will emphasize the following topics, but other
contibutions relevant to fuzzy sets and systems are also invited.
Fundamentals of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic
Approximate reasoning
Possibility theory
Learning and nonmonotonic logic
Integration of fuzzy logic and neural networks
Integration of fuzzy logic and evolutionary computing
Fuzzy logic hardware
Object oriented and distributed approaches
Applications in
System modeling and control
Computer vision
Robotics and manufacturing
Signal processing
Decision systems
Finance
Databases
Information systems
Engineering
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Keynote Address: Lotfi Zadeh
Plenary Talks: George Klir, Witold Pedrycz
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On Sunday Sept. 21 two panels with public participation will be presented.
They will discuss current achievements using fuzzy logic and the future
with fuzzy sets and logic.

For more information please visit our web site at
http://www.cat.syr.edu/~cisik/nafips97.html or contact

Can Isik, General Chair
Syracuse University, College of Engineering and Computer
Science
Syracuse, NY 13244-1240
email cisik@syr.edu
Voice 315-443-1125
Fax 315-443-2583