Final CFP(IWSCI'98)

Takeshi FURUHASHI (furuhashi@nuee.nagoya-u.ac.jp)
Mon, 16 Nov 1998 05:52:13 +0100 (MET)

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Dear sir/madam,

Please find the attached final call for papers on the International Workshop
on Soft Computing in Industry'99 (IWSCI'99) to be held on 16-18 June, 1999.
The deadline of paper submission is now approaching. The program committee
of IWSCI'99 encourages you to prepare your manuscripts now. Organized
session proposals will also be welcome.

Please 'NOTICE' that a post conference:

4th Online World Conference on Soft Computing in Industrial
Applications(WSC4)

will be held on the Internet (World-Wide Web) three month after IWSCI'99.
Selected papers from IWSCI'99 will be strongly recommended to be revised and
submitted to WSC4.

We are looking forward to seeing you 'twice' at Muroran and on the Internet.

Best wishes,

Takeshi FURUHASHI
Junji MAEDA
General Co-chairs of IWSCI'99

---------------------------Final Call for Papers -------------------------

International Workshop on Soft Computing in Industry'99(IWSCI'99)

Muroran, Hokkaido Japan, June 16-18, 1999

Sponsored by: IEEE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SOCIETY
INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS OF JAPAN
MURORAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

IWSCI'99 (International Workshop on Soft Computing in Industry'99) is an
international workshop on soft computing (SC) and industrial applications.
SC has been broadly studied to realize intelligent systems which are useful
for real-world problems. The objectives of the workshop are to promote high
quality research and professional interaction for the advancement of
science, technology and fellowship. The program will consist of high
quality contributed papers on all aspects of SC and applications. Original
(previously unpublished) manuscripts on topics in the following categories
are solicited:

-Fuzzy Computing -Pattern Recognition
-Neuro Computing -Signal and Image Processing
-Probabilistic Reasoning -Human Interface
-Evolutionary Computing -Time Series Prediction
-Chaos -Robotics
-Immune Networks -Motion Control and Power Electronic Systems
-Hybrid Methods -Biomedical Engineering
-Complex Systems -Virtual Reality
-Reactive Distributed AI -Industrial Applications
-Others

The workshop is not limited to these topics. Authors may specify additional
categories. Review will be double-blinded.

Paper Submission
Full paper submissions are solicited. Manuscripts are limited to a maximum
of 10 pages, A4 format, 12 points. Manuscripts must be received by the
Program Chairs by the submission due date: December 15, 1998. Manuscripts
received after this date will not be reviewed. Submissions should be
formatted: First page: title, authors, mailing address, phone number, and
fax numbers, and electronic mail address of each author (please designate
one author for correspondence), preferred technical categories. Second
page: title, author's name and affiliations, 100-words abstract. Third and
succeeding pages: the paper plus references, tables, and figures. Submit
three copies of the paper to the following Program Chair:

Yukinori Suzuki
Department of Computer Science & Systems Engineering
Muroran Institute of Technology
27-1, Mizumoto-cho, Muroran 050-8585 Japan
TEL:+81-143-47-3368
FAX:+81-143-47-3374
yuki@csse.muroran-it.ac.jp

Important Dates
Submission deadline: December 15, 1998
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 1999
Camera-ready paper: March 15, 1999

General Co- chairs
Takeshi Furuhashi(Nagoya University)
furuhashi@nuee.nagoya-u.ac.jp

Junji Maeda(Muroran Institute of Technology)
junji@csse.muroran-it.ac.jp

Honorary International Advisory Board
David E. Goldberg(University of Illinois)
Stephen Grossberg(Boston University)
James C. Hung(University of Tennessee)
Ren C. Luo(North Carolina State University)
Elie Sanchez(University of Marseilles)
Lotfi A. Zadeh(University of California, Berkeley)

Advisory Board
Kazuyuki Aihara(University of Tokyo)
Yoshinao Aoki(Hokkaido University)
Yasuhiko Dote(Muroran Institute of Technology)
Fumio Harashima(Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology)
Yoshikazu Sawaragi(Japan Institute of Systems Research)
Yoshiki Uchikawa(Nagoya University)

International Advisory Board
Vo Van Anh(Queensland University of Technology)
Toshio Fukuda(Nagoya University)
Tsuyoshi Horiguchi(Tohoku University)
Okyay Kaynak(Bogazici University)
Heikki N. Koivo(Helsinki University of Technology)
Reiner Lenz(Linkoeping University)
Ennio Mingolla(Boston University)
Hidetoshi Nishimori(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Shigeru Okuma(Nagoya University)

Program Chair
Yukinori Suzuki(Muroran Institute of Technology)

Local Arrangement Chair
Yuji Sakamoto (Muroran Institute of Technology)

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_________________________________________________
Takeshi Furuhashi, Assoc. Professor
Dept. of Information Electronics, Nagoya University
Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8603, Japan
Tel.+81-52-789-2792, Fax.+81-52-789-3166
http://www.bioele.nuee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/member/furuhashi/
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