CALL FOR PAPERS: FNS '98 in Munich, Germany

Till Brychcy (
Sun, 19 Oct 1997 13:06:45 +0200 (MET DST)


5. International GI-Workshop Fuzzy-Neuro Systems '98 - Computational
Intelligence - 18 - 20 March 1998, Munich

Fuzzy-Neuro Systems '98 is the fifth event of a well established
series of workshops with international participation. Its aim is to
give an overview of the state of art in research and development of
fuzzy systems and artificial neural networks. Another aim is to
highlight applications of these methods and to forge innovative links
between theory and application by means of creative discussions.

Fuzzy-Neuro Systems '98 is being organized by the Research Committee
1.2 "Inference Systems" (Fachausschuss 1.2 "Inferenzsysteme") of the
German Society of Computer Science GI (Gesellschaft fuer Informatik
e. V.) and Technische Universitaet Muenchen with support by Siemens
AG. The workshop takes place at the European Patent Office in Munich
from March 18 to 20, 1998

Scientific Topics:
- theory and principles of multivalued logic and fuzzy logic
- representation of fuzzy knowledge
- approximate reasoning
- fuzzy control in theory and practice
- fuzzy logic in data analysis, signal processing and pattern recognition
- fuzzy classification systems
- fuzzy decision support systems
- fuzzy logic in non-technical areas like business administration,
management etc.
- fuzzy databases
- theory and principles of artificial neural networks
- hybrid learning algorithms
- neural networks in pattern recognition, classification, process
monitoring and production control
- theory and principles of evolutionary algorithms: genetic algorithms
and evolution strategies
- discrete parameter and structure optimization
- hybrid systems like neuro-fuzzy systems, connectionistic expert
systems etc.
- special hardware and software

Please send four copies of your scientific contribution (4 to 6 pages)
by 30 Nov. 1997 to:

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. W. Brauer
- FNS '98 -
Institut fuer Informatik
Technische Universitaet Muenchen
D-80290 Muenchen

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