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Paul P. Wang (ppw@ee.duke.edu)
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Subject: JCIS'98 Tutorials Program and Schedule
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1998 Joint Conference on Information Sciences (JCIS'98)

TUTORIALS PROGRAM AND SCHEDULE

http://www.ee.duke.edu/~mbg/JCIS98/tutorials_program.html

As part of JCIS'98, we are offering twelve tutorials on a variety
of useful and interesting topics. The tutorial presenters are technical
leaders and experienced lecturers. All tutorials will take place
on Friday October 23, 1998 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention
Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, U.S.A.

The tutorial program and schedule at a glance:

T1: Fuzzy Logic Techniques for Autonomous Robotics
(10/23 08:30-11:30)

T2: Expert Systems for Decision Support in Business and Management
(10/23 08:30-11:30)

T3: A Practical Guide to Java
(10/23 08:30-11:30)

T4: Advanced System Support for Electronic Business on Internet, with
Emphasis on Industrial Case Studies
(10/23 08:30-11:30)

T5: Applying the Combs Method to Multi-Criteria Decision Making
and Data Mining
(10/23 12:30-15:30)

T6: Star Schema Design and Optimization for Data Warehousing
(10/23 12:30-15:30)

T7: Concurrent Programming with Threads
(10/23 12:30-15:30)

T8: Advances in Computer Architecture for Future Internet Servers
and Bottlenecks in System Support for Electronic Business on Internet
(10/23 12:30-15:30)

T9: Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition & Image Processing: Theories
and Applications
(10/23 16:30-19:30)

T10: Comparison of Digital Images: From Theory to Applications
(10/23 16:30-19:30)

T11: Cluster Programming: HPC on Networks of Computers
(10/23 16:30-19:30)

T12: Stochastic Optimization Via The Simultaneous Perturbation Algorithm
(10/23 16:30-19:30)

For a description of the tutorials and registration information
please visit:

http://www.ee.duke.edu/~mbg/JCIS98/tutorials_program.html

which can also be accessed from JCIS'98 Web-site at:

http://www.ee.duke.edu/JCIS98/

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, both to guarantee space in the
tutorials program and to prevent tutorial cancellation. Substantial
discount is offered for tutorial pre-registration up to August 23, 1998.

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